My daughter wanted cosmic bowling pins. Opting for a regular bowling monster would do ridiculous.
The avenue provided for 12 children in a cosmic bowl "(shoe rental included) plates of pizza and beverage cups and napkins as well as a bunch of balloons with a pin of reality for all children to sign as a girl's birthday memories. You can book a fun frolic bowling alley birthday party nearby whenever required.
We have bright shades to reflect the "cosmic or universal" bowling alley and a part of each visitor had a bowling ball and a splendid monster in the front. Consisted the bright colors are cut into squares of cardstock slightly smaller than a CD case and cut circles with a CD as a template.
We used the hole in the CD to make the three holes for the "bowling ball". We hit the big circle in the square and place three small circles to make a bowling ball.
There are embellishments available on our driveway for children. But anniversary we got to choose the color of the ball and added a pair of Mylar balloons. We also bought "Monster Bash" treat bags and they had the cutest little gift inside glasses like the eyebrows and nose Harry Monster transform every child into a monster.
Our Alley provided drinks and pizza, but I brought in 16 small cakes I decorated with bright glazes and pretzels marshmallows to look like monsters (sweet corn in large fangs!).
For cosmic bowling and we went into stupid monsters (with the help of our glasses monster part of the face) bowling on a walk through the legs rotate around roaring like monsters eyes closed toes, etc.