Classy Casino Night

Party Favors

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The Decor

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The Buffet

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Dessert Table

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Casino Party Decor

I plan to add some candy to the dessert table and wanted a simple sign to accompany it. Hopefully by now you’ve had the pleasure of owning Photoshop. You can do all sorts of amazing things with it. 
Log onto Google and do a simple search for casino or playing card suit banners. I created a 4×6 document in Photoshop and just added ‘Happy Birthday’ to the center. The font is Garioble. Print it out and add to a simple black frame.
I also made a sign for the ‘casino’.
The next few signs were for the game tables.
I also used these dice in the game room. Simple Google search, laminate, and cut out.
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Twizzler Party Favors

I wanted to have two favors for the guests; a keepsake and an edible one. Here is how to complete favor number two. All you need is a few pounds of red licorice, long treat bags, a deck of playing cards, black ribbon, your hot glue gun, and your stapler.

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Before you get started, take about 3 inches and make a simple knot. Create enough for each bag.

I placed three pieces of candy in each bag. Fold over and remove the air in the bag. Take a playing card, folded in half, and place it over the fold of the bag. 

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Staple just above the candy. Add a small drop of hot glue and attach the bow.

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Casino Silverware Wraps

The time has come to complete yet another super cute part of my Classy Casino themed party. Here is one of at least a top five list of the most fun projects I have done in planing this party. This project does not cost more than a couple of dollars – a deck of dollar store cards (in some cases, 2 packs for $1) or old Bicycle playing cards; your silverware, napkins, and some black ribbon.
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Supplies:

Deck of cards
Hole punch
Thin black ribbon
Silverware
Napkins
Create two holes in the center with the hole punch; one on the left and right side of the playing card.
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After rolling your silverware, wrap the ribbon around the back and through the holes in the cards.
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Tie a bow and your done!
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Casino Cupcake Toppers

I chose to have cupcakes instead of a sheet cake or layered cake. I had to order them because the store does not keep them in stock. I had 100 cupcakes and wanted a simple topper. All you need is 1 deck of playing cards.

Cut diagonally, including the number and suit.

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The good part about this method is that you get two toppers per card. Hang on to the extra. I’ll have a post soon on cute necklaces that can be made with these left over materials.

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