Does Anyone Have Any Ideas For A Passion Party?

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lea058 Posted 1 Mar 2006 , 10:11pm
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Hi, I'm hosting a Passion Party on Saturday at noon at my house and i was thinking of getting a fondue machine and having the girls just dip fruits and angel cake, but i would like to do something else for food, but i dont know what! Any ideas anyone?

PS: if you dont know what a passion party is visit the site, its pretty cool.

http://www.passionparties.com/

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redhare Posted 2 Mar 2006 , 6:23pm
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I just went to a slumber party which is similar to passion parties and the lady there had, carrot cake, brownies, queso and chips, fruit and veggie trays and then chicken nuggets from Chic Fila (YUMMMMY).. Then of course wine, sodas and water!
HAVE FUN!!! icon_lol.gif

lea058 Posted 3 Mar 2006 , 4:12am
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THANKS ALOT

redhare Posted 3 Mar 2006 , 10:12pm
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you're welcome! I hope you have lots of fun!

redhare Posted 14 Mar 2006 , 2:52am
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So how did it go?

lea058 Posted 14 Mar 2006 , 5:37am
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OMG the party came out great! We had soooo much fun, i still have people calling me to purchase more toys and stuff. I ended up just doing dips, and fruits dipped in chocolate fondue, oh yeah and of course WINE!!!

I was expecting more girls but it was fine, the party was still a success. I found a recipe of a dip on kraft foods, it was tomatoes, cilantro, jalapeno (SPICY icon_evil.gif ) red onions, corn, and zesty italian dressing. MMMM it was real good!! then i had one friend bring guacamole, and my sister in law brought a cheese dip. We had a lot of fun, most of us forgot to even eat! Well anyways, thanks for asking. If you are looking to have some fun with your girl friends this is definetly something i would recommend.

redhare Posted 16 Mar 2006 , 5:34pm
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Glad it went well!!!
My aunt and I are going to cohost one together (I don't have enough friends) but it will be a slumber party instead (same type thing)... I think it will be fun!

Rodneyck Posted 11 May 2006 , 6:55am
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Originally Posted by lea058

Hi, I'm hosting a Passion Party on Saturday at noon at my house and i was thinking of getting a fondue machine and having the girls just dip fruits and angel cake, but i would like to do something else for food, but i dont know what! Any ideas anyone?

PS: if you dont know what a passion party is visit the site, its pretty cool.

http://www.passionparties.com/




I am so glad I found this post because I noticed a bunch of you ladies were talking about "passion parties." I had no idea what they were and thought maybe you were all getting together to discuss the NBC soap opera Passions. ROFL!!!

Wow, I had no idea you were waving around your credit card, eating cake and putting batteries in things that made buzzing noises. LOL.

redhare Posted 16 May 2006 , 6:55pm
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LMAO - waving our credit cards and putting batteries in things that buzz made me laugh so hard!
When my aunt first invited me to a slumber party I was like aren't we a little old for that icon_razz.gif

lea058 Posted 16 May 2006 , 7:00pm
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Hey ladies well i had my party months ago and now everytime i see the girls we just laugh and bother each other about the toys since we now know what each one of us bought, lol. Well i dont think there is or should ever be an age limit, i met a few people who came with their moms, lol.

bodaisy Posted 16 May 2006 , 7:11pm
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I am a representative of another company, but with similar buzzing products.... :0) TONS of FUN!!!!
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4Gifts4Lisa Posted 17 May 2006 , 1:17am
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Heehee...I had one of these parties about two years ago...and BOY was it a HIT! Lots of fun! Lots of laughter...and LOTS of wine!

redhare Posted 17 May 2006 , 12:52pm
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No, I meant I didn't know what it was so when she asked me to come to a slumber party I thought she meant like a slumber party you do when your 15...

And I agree I don't think there is an age limit on in. It fact the party my aunt and I are co hosting next month my mom will be there. Great thing about this stuff is it is all confidental so I won't know what my mom bought (thank gawd) icon_surprised.gif ... I can't wait it's going to be SO much fun!

lea058 Posted 17 May 2006 , 4:49pm
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Well my party was supposed to be confidential also, but once the girls have to much wine in their system at the end they ust dont care who knows what, lol.

Cynda Posted 2 Aug 2007 , 1:33am
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They are a blast, just signed up as a rep for a similar company, i have been to many parties- should i say annual FAMILY gathering- LOL

BooBooKitty Posted 13 Sep 2007 , 11:30pm
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OH all ordering should be done in private, Trust me on that one. I have had a few ladies that were so shy during the demo, and then come into the ordering room and just open up with all kinds of questions and buy all kinds of items, to spice up their life with, and the other ladies at the party doesn't have a clue as to what they have bought. Thats the special part.. NO body knows what you bought, its a secret.. At least with Pure Romance it is. icon_smile.gif

BellaBabyCakes Posted 3 Jun 2008 , 5:18pm
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I used to be a Passion Parties consultant! All the parties were LOADS of fun!

michellesArt Posted 9 Jul 2008 , 12:01am
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we have fantasia parties in ontario and i'm making a naughty cake for a coworkers-her daughter is getting married and she's blushing just from the cake. i told her she'll have more to blush at than that. icon_smile.gif

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