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New Oktoberfest Decorations for 2008

Oktoberfest is a fun reason to celebrate in the autumn months! Host an Oktoberfest party at your home, neighborhood, office or church. They make great get-togethers for friends and family or fundraisers. Keep your party ahead of the curve with these new Oktoberfest decorations for 2008!

Make a big first impression for your party with a Beer Stein Standee. The stein stands 6’5” tall and can be customized with your party details! It’s fantastic for commemorative photos and an awesome decorating focal point.

Create a fun entrance to your event with an Oktoberfest Arch. The sturdy cardboard arch stands 8’6” high and over 10’ wide. Personalize it with your party details for a great finish. Take group pictures under the arch for memories that will last.

Add a funny accent to your Oktoberfest balloon bunches with a beer mug mylar balloon. The festive mylar balloon is 23”x20” and looks great in clusters of solid balloons (like orange, yellow and red or the traditional blue and white).

Our new Oktoberfest table decorations are just the thing to set the scene for all that eating and drinking. Oktoberfest is all about food and fun, so a well-decorated table is a party must.

Start by covering your table with an Oktoberfest tablecover. The blue and white checkered plastic tablecover coordinates well with the rest of your table decorations.

Set the table with Oktoberfest tableware. The Oktoberfest Ensemble includes 9″ plates, 9 oz. hot/cold cups and beverage napkins. The fun print features a blue and white checkered pattern, beer steins and pretzels, plus a festive “Ein Prosit!” slogan.

At the center of your table place personalized beer steins, beer mug candles or the Oktoberfest centerpiece which coordinates with the ensemble and is shaped like a beer stein with a tinsel spout coming out the top. Above the table hang the matching Oktoberfest shimmering garland.

Add some favors to your table decorations as well. The flashing Ein Prosit button is a great option. Guests can wear the buttons around the party and take them home with them too!

Check out all of our Oktoberfest Party TipZ for more ideas and tell us about your Oktoberfest event!

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