Setting the Stage
Decorate with red, black and silver (for Raw) or blue, black and silver (for Smackdown) colored party goods.
Play classic heavy metal music as guests arrive - as loudly as you can bear it.
When guests arrive, give them a Rey Mysterio mask to wear.
Purchase professional wrestling fan magazines and use the photos as part of your party room decorations.
There are a variety of activities you can organize at a wrestling theme party, some requiring more and others less work from you.
Invite your older birthday child's friends over to watch a pay-per-view WWE.
For a younger kids' party, get a dvd collection of old wrestling matches and show them at a more suitable party time than a pay per view match would be available.
Hire a professional local wrestling group or school to give a private wrestling show.
Gather the group for a wrestling trivia contest and give prizes to the guests that get the most answers.
What to Serve
Kid party favorites are especially appropriate at this type of party that is attempting to recreate the mood of a wrestling event. Food items might include: pizza; hot dogs; french fries; popcorn; chips; soft drinks.
Take a large square cake and turn it into a wrestling ring by placing pretzel rods in the corners and using licorice rope for the ropes. Draw a large WWE in the center of the cake. Use dark brown chocolate or black dyed icing, and write the letters in blue or red.
Party Favors - Give out WWE trading cards as party favors. If your budget allows, add a favorite star's bobblehead to the party favor bag. They can both be found on the official WWE website.