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Chic 40th Birthday Party Theme Ideas


Stepping into the 40s is amazing and things are about to get really good at this age! If you are coming closer to this age, it’s high time to plan your 40th birthday. This is a great date and you should celebrate it the best way possible, so first of all, choose a theme for your party and the colors you want to use for the décor and food. You may even want to hire an event rentals Los Angeles specialist to help you make your big day a truly memorable one.



If you're a woman turning into the fantastic forty and want your 40th birthday party to be classy, glamorous, sexy, and cool, check out these fantastic party themes below:

1. Glamorous
Glam parties are the most popular ones for girls of any age, so many women choose Chanel, Diva and just sparkly glam décor for their 40th birthday parties. These are usually black and white with addition of hot pink or sparkly gold and silver.

2.  Boho Chic
You can also rock boho chic and casual rustic theme, they are also extremely popular and the décor is super easy to realize yourself. Hang some of your photos on the balloons, cover the tables with sequin tablecloths and enjoy your party with some champagne with your besties and loved ones! 

3.  Pink Party
If you're looking to celebrate your 40th birthday in a more demure way, how about throwing a feminine pink birthday party with everything pink from food to drinks, décor and door gifts! 

5. Superhero
Every woman is a Wonder Woman in her own right! Celebrate your 40th in true superhero style with a smashing superhero themed party.

6.  Denim Themed 40th Bash
From blue denim table cloths to denim print plates and cups, blue cup cakes and rugged denim jeans, a denim themed 40th bash definitely doesn't lack style and is sure to impress in a casual, chic way.

Happy birthday to you! Whatever the theme you choose for your 40th birthday party, you will need an awesome party venue to add to the fun factor. Check out party rentals Palm Springs at the link here to help you find the perfect location to host your big day.



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