THEME. First it is important to choose a theme. It’s just like planning a birthday party, everything will fall in to place once you have a specific theme. This makes planning much easier because it limits what you serve for food, play for games and how you decorate.
Luau. Celebrate with leis, tiki lanterns and Hawaiian tunes. Everybody loves Hawaiian food and its easy to replicate on a budget.
Carnival. Decorate with a circus theme, serve carnival party treats and play fun games like ring toss and pin the tail on the donkey.
Family Tree. Decorate with classy colors but focus on the names of those who are there. Display pictures of ancestors, maps locating where your ancestors came from and frame current photos of those attending the reunion.
Old School. Wear tie dye shirts and celebrate with a more retro theme. Make it bright and fun with decorations from the past.
Rainbow. Make everything colorful. This will allow your to decorate with fun bright colors. Serve color specific food served on solid colored tables clothes.
Sports. If you have an active group, plan a lot of outdoor games and choose a space big enough to accommodate everyones energy. Serve ball park food, like a BBQ and keep the sides simple and family friendly. Photo Source: Mirror