How to Plan A Fun CSI Theme Party

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How to Plan A Fun CSI Theme Party
Dress in a lab coat to emulate the scientists on CSI. (Michael Blann/Lifesize/Getty Images)

The television show CSI (Crime Scene Investigations) focuses on a group of investigators who use science to solve crimes. Because of its popularity, CSI serves as a perfect theme for a party with TV-loving guests. If you enjoy a focused party, plan a murder mystery game filled with intrigue and surprise. If you prefer a casual, social party, plan a night of eating doughnuts and watching your favourite CSI episodes on DVD.

Skill level:
Moderate

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Things you need

  • Tape
  • CSI badges
  • Party invitations

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Print out photos of the cast and tape them to the wall.

  2. 2

    Hang photos or posters of Las Vegas. The original CSI series takes place in Las Vegas. If you wish to remind guests of CSI spin-offs, such as CSI: Miami, tape photos or posters of Miami to the wall.

  3. 3

    Determine the menu. Because CSI focuses on police investigations, characters often drink coffee and eat doughnuts. Include a pot of coffee and styrofoam or paper cups to emulate the hectic environment of the police station. If you wish to include a meal, order take out or pizza and serve it on paper plates.

  4. 4

    Plan events. Possible events include the party game Mafia, the board game Clue, a Murder Mystery Game, CSI Pictionary, CSI trivia and viewing of CSI episodes.

  5. 5

    Create invitations. Purchase themed invitations at a party-supply store or draw the CSI logo on the front of the invitation card.

  6. 6

    Provide guests with CSI-themed clothing, such as police hats, CSI badges and white lab coats.

  7. 7

    Assemble gift bags. Possible gift bag items include coasters, stickers and DVDs.

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