The invitation, of course, should be a golden ticket. A suggested text is: “Greetings to you, the lucky winner of the Golden Ticket from Mr. Willy Wonka! Present this ticket at (address) on (date) at (time)! Do not be late! ”
Everything must be very colorful and look very appetizing. Make giant lollipops, candy canes, make circles of cardboard and paint them in colorful spirals. A really fun idea is to make “edible wallpaper”! Cole stickers on the walls and adesivinhos smaller formats berries, then melt caramels (like bullets Soft) and “paint” the berries with melted caramelho. Be sure to cover with plastic for hygienic issues, and put labels with the name of the children so that they do not share germs and berries.
You can hang lollipops candy on the table and in the corners of the hall. Use a towel purple (reminiscent of Willy Wonka coat) and sprinkle chocolate gold coins. Print labels from Wonka chocolate bars and chocolate wrap those labels. Spread jelly beans, m & m’s, candy, sweets and everything more colorful. Include in your table cupcakes, which can be covered with candy Nerds. Make Styrofoam cones, lined or painted purple shove and many colorful lollipops. Place one on each side of the table.
The cake can have upon the name of the birthday boy writing with a fountain Wonka, found on the internet. Print on rice paper and place on the cake.
Some games inspired by the movie can be played during the party. One is the “golden eggs”: use a Styrofoam egg, hollow, and paint it gold. Fill the egg with chocolates, candies and sweets. Children sit in a circle and the egg passes from hand to hand to the sound of music. When the music stops, the child holding the egg must leave the circle. The last child can stay with the egg.
Release of jellybeans: Reserve some circles of cardboard you painted spiral for decoration and make a competition launch, like frisbees. The two bullets that are further away win prizes.
Nail the golden ticket: Make wonka ticket with gold paper and put the name of the children in them. Each child receives their ticket and must preach it in the hand of Charlie – a doll made of cardboard that you preach on the wall. The three closest will receive gifts.
Racing Oompa-Loompas: you should have two sweat pants and two shirts, all with size larger than the children. Each pair of children should dress and put balloons inside the clothes, legs, belly, where applicable. They must then make a predetermined path without any burst balloon. Who do in less time, wins.