Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Red Flag Party

We recommend having your guests come dressed as a red flag or in red. I was "his only form of communication is Snapchat," Julia & Lauren were guys holding a dead fish and Steph was a bro.

My roommate and I like to sit on the couch, drink wine and read my dating app matches in dramatic fashion. Over the last 2.5+ years we've come up with a ton of red flags in people's profiles but never wrote them all down. So, we decided it was time to throw a party where all of our friends could collectively write down their red flags in partners and friends. It was a huge success — we all had a blast and I 10/10 recommend throwing this party regardless of if you are the singlest you've ever been, just broke up, are in a healthy relationship, doesn't matter. To see the party in film glory, check out the TikTok

D E C O R A T I O N S

Liz purchased these red flags and we put them all over the apartment and up the staircase to our place. We also put up a roll of butcher paper and taped a cup of red markers to the wall for people to add their red flags. It started empty but by the end of the night it was completely full. 

F O O D

Liz and I pride ourselves on putting on a good spread so we made quite a few charcuterie boards, got some adorable mini red velvet cupcakes and made a sweet Florida (red flag, tbh) with red candies. We also had toothpicks with little red flags for people to use on the cheeses. Julia always brings an ice cream cake to a party but this one might take the cake! 

A C T I V I T Y

After we all caught up, ate and put our red flags down we decided to group swipe on Tinder and Bumble. Truly, no better way to end a night! It felt like we were in Princess Diaries 2. We laughed, made some matches and found even more things to add to our red flag wall. 

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