Glow Party Supplies & Birthday Decorations

Kick off your party with these incredible Glow party supplies! Perfect for birthdays, school events and much more, your guests will love our glow tableware, party favors and decorations.

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  • Glow Party Honeycomb Centerpieces (Each)

    Glow Party Honeycomb Centerpieces (Each)

    Regular Price: Suggested: $4.19

    Special Price Our Price: $3.58

  • Glow Party Door Signs - 18in x 12in (Each)

    Glow Party Door Signs - 18in x 12in (Each)

    Regular Price: Suggested: $3.99

    Special Price Our Price: $2.47

  • Glow Party Signs - 12in x 18in (Each)

    Glow Party Signs - 12in x 18in (Each)

    Regular Price: Suggested: $2.99

    Special Price Our Price: $2.47

  • Glow Party Jointed Banners - 7ft (Each)

    Glow Party Jointed Banners - 7ft (Each)

    Regular Price: Suggested: $7.49

    Special Price Our Price: $5.99

  • Glow Party Invitations & Envelopes (8 Pack)

    Glow Party Invitations & Envelopes (8 Pack)

    Regular Price: Suggested: $4.99

    Special Price Our Price: $2.99

  • Glow Party Invitations & Envelopes (8 Pack)

    Glow Party Invitations & Envelopes (8 Pack)

    Regular Price: Suggested: $4.99

    Special Price Our Price: $3.99

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  • Glow Party Cupcake Toppers (24 Pack)

    Glow Party Cupcake Toppers (24 Pack)

    Regular Price: Suggested: $4.29

    Special Price Our Price: $3.99

  • Glow-In-The-Dark Birthday Candles (10 Pack)

    Glow-In-The-Dark Birthday Candles (10 Pack)

    Regular Price: Suggested: $1.99

    Special Price Our Price: $1.49

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How Glow Products Came To Be

”Glowing” materials, called phosphorescents, have been written about since ancient times, before they were discovered by science. The earliest known writing dates back to 1000 B.C., where fireflies and glow-worms were featured.

In 1602, the first “glowing” stone, Bolognian Stones, were discovered by Vincenzo Casciarolo. This sparked the first studies in phosphorescents.

In 1669, phosphorus was discovered and studied by alchemist Hennig Brand. He was attempting to change metal into gold and accidentally isolated phosphorus. The chemical has since been used to create glow-in-the-dark items.

Glow Party Birthday Ideas

Throwing a glow party is probably one of the easiest, most fun parties imaginable, simply because of the sheer amount of resources and options available to you. In addition to our Glow Party line, we’ve put together some ideas on how to make your glow event even more “phun” (ha! Pun!).


The setting: A great way to kick off your party is to ensure you have an awesome setting. Tell guests to wear white clothes or neon colors to make your party shine. Hold the event at night and cover any incoming light to make the glow effect pop even more. Use black lights for the ultimate neon effect.


A neon cake: Another fun thing you can do is to create a solid white cake and have the kids help you decorate it with bright-colored food coloring or frosting. Splash the coloring onto the cake in random strings to create a fun, unique cake that everyone will love.


A black canvas graffiti wall: A black canvas and neon or glow-in-the-dark chalk can really help the kids to get involved in the party. Have the kids come up with fun art, designs or their names.

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