|The Sims 2: Celebration Stuff|
|Box art for The Sims 2: Celebration Stuff|
|Developer(s)||The Sims Studio|
|Release date(s)|| NA April 3, 2007|
EU April 9, 2007
|Platform(s)||Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X|
The Sims 2: Celebration! Stuff is the fifth stuff pack to be released. It came with a teaser which was announced with The Sims 2: Seasons expansion pack, the "Blue Celebration Dress." However it was only added if the stuff pack was pre-ordered. Celebration Stuff also came with fewer objects than other stuff packs—it only came with about 60 items of clothing, mainly for weddings. It includes tuxes, dresses, cakes, arches, and flowers. The release date was April 3, 2007 in the US and April 9th in the UK.
- Picture-Perfect Weddings - From breathtaking wedding attire for the entire bridal party to fabulous floral arrangements, make every moment magical.
- Outdoor Fiestas and Parties - Throw a lively birthday party or fiesta complete with cheerful party balloons and banners, a buffet table loaded with tasty munchies, and more.
- Evening Events - Decorate your Sims’ tabletop with colorful and flowing linens, twinkling tea lights, and more for a chic dinner party.
The Sims 2 Celebration! Stuff introduces several new formalwear outfits to the game. Female Sims aged teenager to adult now have dresses in colorful hues, or classy champagnes and whites. Other female Sims like children and toddlers get a few dresses as well. Male Sims are able to choose from a selection of tuxedos in a number of different color combinations.
Weddings are a big part of Celebration Stuff. Adult female Sims can choose from four new hairstyles, including a white lace veil, a tiara, ring of posies, and a simple bun with floral accents. Two new styles of wedding dresses add to the array.
As for furniture, the Celebration! Stuff Pack adds new bars and buffet tables to spruce up the party. Covered party tables and chairs are sure to be hit with the guests. Festive and Floral Foldy chairs look beautiful next to a real rosebud path serving as an aisle to the new wedding arches.
If parties still seems to be lacking, adding a few new floral arrangements to the mix, with centerpieces and more will contribute a lot. Grills, hanging and table lamps, vases, balloons and outdoor goodies such as banners, umbrellas, and connecting columns help the cause further. Weddings aren't the only parties available, though; House and Birthday parties can still be thrown over the telephone.
Available only formal (toddler-everyday) outfit!
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