Category Archives: Creative themes

Food Fight Birthday Party by Her Party Pants

28th February 2017

 

Food Fight Birthday Party by Her Party Pants.com. A unique, fun, affordable summer party!

All photo credits to Joel Ham Photography

Before I found out I was even pregnant, much-less with a BOY, I told my good friend and photographer for lots of stuff on my site, that I had the most fun party idea!  Being a mom of 3 girls, I had never really dreamed in boy for parties, but the idea of a food fight party came to me and really got me pumped!  We decided to do it for my friend’s son’s birthday and it was the perfect, affordable summer, boy-approved theme to date.  All you need to achieve this is a water hose, clothes you can ruin, goggles, and some cheap throwing food!

I have a friend who can get perfectly good shirts for free that were considered slightly defective by the manufacturer, so I headed to him to get colorful over-size t-shirts that would be perfect for….destroying.  Goggles are a necessity for a party like this to protect the eyes from flying who knows what.  Each shirt was wrapped in, yes, dollar store goggles.  Perfect to wear for the fight and perfect to toss when it’s done!

Hit up Aldi or any food discount store for cheap food fight weaponry.  Boxed spaghetti, dry cereal, whipped cream, ketchup, mustard, rice, flour, chocolate sauce…the list goes on and on.  A little goes a long way and you can get these things for next to nothing.

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Line them up on the hose line, set 2 table food stations on each side for each team, count em’ down and let them go!

You really can’t help but smile when you are launching spaghetti at your friend’s heads….

Birthday boy for the win!!!!!!

They had a blast and they were quite the food tossers.

Have every guest bring a change of clothes, line them up, hose them off, and toss the goggles and shirts.  So simple.  Believe it or not, they got really really clean from the hose off.

The messiest of them all won the 1st Place Mess Bucket full of silly string, slime, water bombs, water balloons, and candy because….kids love it.  Here I used a paper popcorn bowl from the dollar store that I spray painted gold and embellished.  All of the items inside the bucket are from the dollar store as well.  Easy peasy and cheap!

I was going to make a crazy cake for this party but 2 things happened:  I was 37 weeks pregnant with crippling insomina in one of the hottest summers of my life and 2:  I saw this hamburger cake at Meijer for 12 stinkin’ dollars!!!!  What is better than a hamburger cake for a food fight party?  Unique AND cute!  Just stop it already….   If you have a Meijer in your town, this is cake they have that you can order year round, even if it isn’t in the display case or cake book.

 

Other fun party details were a taco pinata and napkins that looked like pepperoni pizza. The tablecloths and plates were yellows and reds to match the hamburger cake. Let’s break for a cell phone picture from Target. Either pinata is cute, but I used the taco one since the cake was a burger. 15 bucks doesn’t get much cuter!

You can use any hodge-podge of food looking products for a food fight party! I had a few party details that didn’t get done for this one because of the aforementioned about to give birth and not sleeping.  Another party, another time… Lacking from this post are invites and the container idea I had to package the candy from the taco pinata.  Just pretend like you saw it and it was everything you had hoped for.

If you have a little grass, a good hose, a small budget, and an adventurous boy…or girl….  I highly recommend recreating this food fight party!  Please pin, share and enjoy!!

Awesome Food Theme Parties For Kids

13th June 2016

 

 

 

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Food parties are the best because you can get as quirky as you want!  I dream of the day that my child wants a sushi party or peanut butter and jelly party….  Anything your child just LOVES, can turn into a party and food is no exception.  Here are some cute food theme parties to get your wheels turning and don’t be afraid to diverge into weird or random foods!  That’s where creativity starts!  If you need help, ask me!!

Strawberry Theme Party

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Everything Fab

Cookie Party

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Honest to Nod

Watermelon Theme

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Taco Party

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Studio DIY

Pancakes

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Kara’s Party Ideas

Pizza Party

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Fruit Theme ( Two-tti Fruity Birthday Party….I DIE!)

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Pizzazzerie

Doughnut Party

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S’mores Party

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Farmer’s Market Theme (This is, “Are you kiddin’ me?” Cute!)

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Catch My Party

Waffle Theme 

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The Sweet Lulu Bug

 

Affordable Easter Themed Birthday Party

26th January 2016

 

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Enjoy my Easter themed children’s double birthday party!  It was for 36 guests and EVERYTHING cost under 150:  snacks/drinks, cakes, cupcakes, printing of goods, invites, favors for 14, decor…you name it!  Read the captions to see my ideas or tips at saving money.  Pin and follow me on Pinterest and here on herpartypants!  Thanks for lookin’, pals!

 

 

My invitations and party pack came from the wonderful Dee Dubs Designs on Etsy.  She is fast, talented, creative, and affordable.  I have used her before when she customized my Gender Reveal for me and I will use her again. I loved the vintage bunny and simple design.  My little girls LOVE glasses so it was only fitting to have a bunny in some.  Check out this gal’s Etsy shop to have her create something just for you or browse her other unique party invitations and packages.

 

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 Invites on the party plates from Target that I fell in love with!

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I had a neat idea for party favors.  Since it was an Easter theme party, an egg hunt seemed like a natural fun party activity but I decided to tweak it a little in a creative direction.  Instead of packing a million eggs which required a lot of candy and each child to bring a basket, I bought 2 pack Hobby Lobby medium fillable eggs at 50 percent off and hid only one egg per child in the yard.  Beats the same old gift bags.  To do one better, since none of the little kids could read, I used my patterned scallop tags from Dee Dubs Designs and mounted a picture of each child on each egg so they didn’t have to look for their names, just their picture to know which favor was theirs.  I downloaded pictures of the guests from Facebook and punched them out with paper punches and tied them on with string from Hobby Lobby.  Boom: activity and favor all in one without a kid or parent having 50 plastic eggs to keep up with.  Each favor broke down to a little over a dollar each.  Notice I gave each girl attendant sunglasses to match the invite and to implement something my little girls love:  some shades!

 

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 For the big kids, about 8 and up, I made Peep S’mores bags. Again, each favor bag broke down to about a dollar each and they gave the older kids something to take and make at home.  They weren’t too childlike but still kept in the theme.  They loved them and they look precious.  I put them in a chicken wire basket from Target’s one spot that I spray painted.  Cheap, cheap!

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Helium balloons are so expensive these days.  Especially mylar ones!  Hang balloons instead of inflating them.  I got two packs of latex balloons from Walmart/Hobby Lobby and draped them into a banner with one dollar gift wrap string from the dollar store.  I scattered some extra balloons on the floor because hey, kids love some balloons!

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 The table set up was thrown together the night before and I didn’t know what I was going to do as I was going.  I used one dollar plastic cloths from the dollar store and used a contrasting color as a runner.  I used a pot I already had, bound it with the two toned baker’s twine from Hobby Lobby that I used on the favors and wrapped it around and tied it into a bow.  I used a fake branch I have in my home decor from Z Gallerie and hung painted styrofoam eggs on them that were a dollar a pack at the dollar tree.  Super simple and still a little chic.  Did she say chic dollar tree items?  Oh, I did.

The cups were from the Dollar Tree and plates from Target’s Easter aisle.  I adore the bold and bright geometric plates.  The pinwheel straws were from Target’s Easter aisle as well and they brought a little spring whimsy to the table.

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Each of my girls had individual bunny cakes that were made by a local baker for only 8 dollars.  Even though I made cakes for years, with this big ole’ pregnant belly and two toddlers, I’ll just pay someone else!

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Instead of having someone scoop ice cream, just like we did at my daughter’s One Direction Birthday Party, we served individual ice cream sandwiches.  It is way easier on everyone and the kids love it!  I got 24 ice cream sandwiches for 5 dollars taking advantage of a deal at Kroger.  Gotta love it!

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2 dozen glitter dusted cupcakes for the kids.  I failed to get the cupcake toppers on in time.  You can let your imagination run wild!  They were bunny heads with glasses like the invites =0)  The colors were to bold too leave a picture out, toppers or not!

 

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Due to the time of party, I didn’t have to feed the guests but I did these little snack cups filled with mini-appetizers, if you will.  I was going with a bunny/garden food theme with carrots (and ranch) cups, fruit/berry cups, but then the rascally pretzel cups with cream cheese pineapple dip slipped in too.  The snack cups can be found for 1-2 dollars a pack in all sorts of sizes, colors, and patterns at almost anywhere: dollar stores, Wilton aisles at Target/Walmart, party stores, Hobby Lobby, etc.

Each cup requires little food and each person can have a sampling of everything.  It’s like the cute cheap version of passing h’orderves at a wedding.  It was an unbelievably cheap way to serve food with a fun presentation.  As you can see, I used a cupcake stand for my treat cups. Super.

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Outside I used my antique Coca-Cola cart and filled it with bubbles and chalk for the kids to do while they played outside.  Easy, affordable, and putting it in this fun crate gave it some flare, I think.

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Sand treasure dig?  Absolutely. The girls were surprised with a sandbox for their party and I filled it up with party favors for each guest to have fun digging up little treasures to keep.  It was an activity plus another little take away for the kids that again only cost me a few dollars.  For an outdoor party, utilize whatever toys/things you have to make it into something new or fun at a party.  Outdoor parties at home have a million affordable play options and you save on a venue or inflatable, etc.

 

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 Every year my kids wear a number shirt on their birthdays from Old Navy.  You can always find them on-line in most young ages and they cost around 8 dollars each when you catch them on sale.  You never have to wonder when you look back in pictures how old they were or which party it was.  Plus, they look really cute in them and get a kick out of wearing them.

 

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I hope you enjoyed this simple and affordable party!  Share, pin, & enjoy!  Thanks to Shelly Griffin Photography for all of the great pictures.  No party is great without being captured well so thank you , thank you, thank you!

Social Media Themed Parties

22nd January 2016

 

Believe it or not, this theme was harder to drudge images up for than you might think!  Social media is the king of the world and I love this unique theme for a tween/teen party! Pick your media outlet or mix them all in and have a plain ole’ cornucopia of medias!  Come on, y’all,  this is cute and you can do all sorts of personal touches using your child’s social media accounts with friend’s pics, etc.  Go ahead and yourself an eyeball full of these ideas to inspire a social media party for your family!

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Emoji Balloons

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Kristen Duke Photography

 

Pinterest Theme

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Instagram Cupcake Toppers

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Catch My Party party done by Lorena V

 

Emoji Cake Pops

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Blog Birds Party

 

Social Media Icon Tags

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Catch My Party party done by Lorena V

 

Social Media Prop

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Etsy by TheGemArts

 

Instagram Cake

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Catch My Party party by Leona V

 

Emoji Cookies

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Glitter Hashtag Cupcake Toppers

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Etsy by HalcyonHaus

 

Instagram Cake and Killer Cute Invites

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“Like” Flags

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Twitter Cookies

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Instagram Banner

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Catch My Party party by Shaa-ista K

 

Glow In The Dark Party

18th January 2016

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Example invite from Etsy of the one we purchased.  You can purchase and customized this invite here at this great shop!

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This was done by activating and cutting open a light stick (not skinny glow stick) and flicking it on the floor.  It is a clear non-filmy liquid and when it quits glowing, you can’t see it was ever there.  Still, I wouldn’t do it on light carpet and definitely not on tile because I’m sure it would be slippery due to wetness.  You need to do it a few times to sustain glow for a 2 hour party.  SUCH a cool detail to even have the floor glowing!!!!

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You can’t tell in this picture BUT, they were hanging in 2 circle pattern.  There was one large shorter hanging circle of balloons with a smaller lower hanging circle from the center.  See the balloons at the actual party below in my really short Blair Witch execution style video.

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This lighted wire is sooo cool and could be used for so many things beyond this party!  It also had different settings like strobe and slow blink as well.  I think this added a wow factor and an unexpected personalization to the party.  I simply curved each line and used clear packing tape to secure it as I went.

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To make galaxy jars, we used Tulip’s Glow Puff Paint in the color of natural (the only color I learned will truly glow after research) to make these jars by making tons of little dots on the outside.  It was a party activity for the kids plus one cool take home.  The jars charge in the daylight and glow at night in the dark in their rooms.  If you want to see them in action, check them out here.

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Thank you Shelly Griffin Photography for these pictures!!

Party Breakdown

Time invested:  12 hours

  •  6 hours of set up over 3 days (moving and setting up chairs/tables, opening all packaging,   organizing, activating 450 glow sticks and turning them into bracelets, centerpieces, etc., blowing up balloons, hanging things from the ceiling, arranging table arrangements and cleaning up the mess that ensued
  • 2 hours invested at actual party helping and leading
  • 4 hours of shopping, returning, looking on the internet for invitations, glow products needed, researching what really works, running errands for cupcake pick-ups etc.

I could replicate this party much faster, as could you, versus doing it from scratch as I did this time.  However, the set up will always be time consuming with this type of party.

Pros To A Glow Party

Glow gear serves double functions, decorates your party and each kid gets to go home covered in glow as a favor.

The party atmosphere itself is part of the fun and kids can largely entertain themselves.

Glow when done right is an easy wow factor.

Glow sticks are inexpensive (Cost of every glow item shown here was $141 on Amazon for a party with 15 kids, 35 total people including adults. )

Cons To A Glow Party

Set up is tedious

Set up can only be finished within 2 hours of the party which causes a bit of a mad dash, because glow sticks have a glow life and can’t be done hours or days in advance like other party details

Tips

Don’t skimp on glow or your party will be a flop because if ain’t glowin’, you just in the dark, y’all.

This party had about 35 people including adults, 15 of which were kids.  This party was achieved with 450 glows stick and that is what you will need.  That included all glow for the decor and for the kids to wear and create.

DO YOUR RESEARCH!  There is a difference between glow in the dark and other products that are black light reactive!  If you don’t read, you can end up with things that are neon and for black light only.  People easily get the 2 glows mixed up.  ALSO, READ REVIEWS!  Just because a product says it will glow, doesn’t mean it will glow long or well.  You need bright, long lasting items to really create a good glow party.   Glow is especially difficult to find in paint when quality is concerned.  The most effective glow paint I found was Tulip’s Glow Puff Paint in Natural color only.  They sell many colors but really, only this one glows.  The glow is very short though and it is good for a take home craft or as a favor but will not give you a glow adequate for decor for a party by any means.

Use LED balloons and LED accessories and fiber optics. Using few flashing/color changing and constantly lit accessories will give you a big bang for a little buck and help to “light” the party a tad more.  My LED accessories all had at least a 15 hour light life, too!  Can’t beat that!

When you figure how many glow sticks you need (I’d use my reference above) BUT, overshoot. There are always plenty of duds in a pack no matter where you buy them.  Also, acitivate and assemble glow decor in a dim room so you can see which are really glowing and how well!

 

I had always wanted to do a glow party and I highly recommend them!  They are unique, which I love and are an easy pleaser for everyone because it is such a cool effect!  I could shave off time my next round and do this party much faster and using my images and sources, you can too!

 

Here is all the glow I got on Amazon for 141 for the whole party!  Enjoy, pin the poop out of this ,and share a lotta bit too!  Thank you so much and thank you Courtney for letting me plan your daughter’s party!

Source List

Led flashing jelly rings

50 Glow Avaitor Glasses Kit

100 count Lumistick Bracelets

300 8 inch Lumistick Wholesale Bracelet pack

Electroluminescent Wire

Fiber Optic multicolored flashing Led hair strands/barrette clip

LED flashing multicolored balloons

Glow stick party cups 24 pack

4 packs of neon colored ping pong balls

Invitations

 

Coca-Cola Theme Party Ideas

29th December 2015

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Yep, it’s a theme, I promise.  It’s cute.

You know it.

You like it.

Let this savor in your eyeballs.

 

Coca-Cola Cookies

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Petit Four Brasil

 

Cherry Coke Float Cupcakes In Coke Cans

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Coca-Cola Table Setting

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Coke Float Popsicles

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Tidy Mom

 

Coke Carton Table Decor And Organizer

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Modern Coca-Cola By Spray Painting and Hanging Bottles Filled With Flowers

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Kara’s Party Ideas

 

Coke Soda Bar

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Coke Favor Tags

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Kara’s Party Ideas

 

Coke Cupcakes

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That’s So Michelle

 

Coca-Cola Crates for Table Decor/Cake Stand Etc.

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Knot Too Shabby Furnishings

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Coke Bottle Vases With Paper Straw Stem Covers

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Sweet Little Gals

 

15 Sprinkle Theme Party Ideas

28th December 2015

 

Try this super colorful, age versatile party theme on for size!  From baby sprinkles to toddlers to teens, you can make a sprinkle party cooler than Zac Morris when he got his 9 ft by 5 ft first cell phone.  You know that was your favorite.

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Easy Sprinkle Cake

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Carrie Sellman on The Cake Blog 

 

Sprinkle Nail Polish As A Cute Favor For Kid’s Party

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Bath Confetti Sprinkle Favors (Actual Favor Here Shows Real Sprinkles)

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Bloom Designs Online

 

DIY Sprinkle Balloons

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DIY Network

 

Sprinkle Invites And Sprinkle Cookies

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DIY Network

 

Serve Sprinkle Doughnuts With Milk In Glass Bottles

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Catch My Party

 

Serve DIY Sprinkle Edge Oreos

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Sprinkle Garlands

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Hostess With The Mostess

 

Sprinkle Filled Jars/Votives For Decor

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DIY Sprinkle Embellished Party Hats

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Bear And Lion Mama

 

Favor Bags

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Sweet Style Blog

 

Make Homemade Sprinkles To Send Home With Guests

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And Cute

 

Sprinkle Rimmed Glasses

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Kara’s Party Ideas

 

Personalized Sprinkle Necklaces For Kids

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I Sew Cute on Etsy

 

DIY Sprinkle Pom Balloon

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Mommo Design

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Sprinkle Cake Topper

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Sweet Style Blog

12 Creative Parties For Kids

7th December 2015

 

 

 

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“Uno” For A 1st Birthday

Cutest play on words I’ve ever seen… The source of this Etsy image is no longer available but you can find tons of Uno Parties on Pinterest and there are loads of good examples to look at there.  Shock, shock…

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Source  items photographed are from Etsy and no longer offered  Photo: www.rcphotography.com

Wipe Out Party

Based off the show Wipe Out, this is a fun outdoor, active obstacle course water party!

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Source  www.popsugar.com

 

Arcade Party

Sometimes parties are a arcades but throwing one somewhere else with the arcade theme….yes!!

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Source www.weheartparties.com

 

One Year In A Flash

This might be my favorite and most creative party theme:  a year in a flash.  Cameras to play on the flash and the idea of time flies in a flash, all in one.  Killed it, girl.  See the rest of this party here.

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Source  http://blog.hwtm.com/

 

Easter Theme Party/Holiday Themes

This party was for my girls.  They have birthdays in April right smack dab around Easter.  It’s fun to take a neighboring holiday and turn it into a birthday theme.  They loved their double Easter themed party and you can see it all here.  Their party favors were the large eggs below and they were hidden in the yard.  Since the party was for my 4 and 2 year old, no one could read so these picture tags were made of each child so they knew which egg was theirs when they came upon it.

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Source  www.the1shundred.com

 

Curious George DRIVE-IN Theme Party

I have never seen a party like this!  Personalized drive-in “car” boxes for each child with food trays for snack on the side.  They all “parked” outside and watched a movie on the big screen.  I die….

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Source www.blog.hwtm.com

 

Picnic Birthday Party

Baskets, balloons, and blankets all over the lawn.  Teddy bears and chalkboard signs.  Precious!

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Source http://redtri.com/summer-picnic-party-ideas/

 

Tie Dye Party Theme

This is so fun for kids and pre-teens alike. This is also a theme that boys can have fun with too if you get them at the right age.  Colorful and there are so many party decor items that can play off of this.  And, you have to love a party theme that also provides a fun activity, too.

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Source http://chaoticallycreative.com/2014/07/tie-dye-party/

 

Cake Boss Party

The details of this party are great and you should check out the full photo gallery on the link below.  Personalized aprons, everyone decorating their own cakes, cupcake liners used in several ways for decor/accents….  Good job whoever’s mom threw this party.

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Source http://blog.hwtm.com/2011/09/sweet-cake-boss-baking-birthday-party/

 

Cheerios Party

Why not a party themed with a one year old’s favorite snack? This party paid enough attention to detail by making things with Cheerios that my hands hurt just looking at it!

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Source http://www.karaspartyideas.com/2012/04/cheerios-first-birthday-party.html

 

Lumberjack Party

There are a lot of little guys who would look really cute at their lumberjack party!  It makes me smile really….

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Source http://catchmyparty.com/parties/little-lumberjack-2nd-birthday-2

 

Princess and the Pea Party

I love book themed parties and this old classic fairy tale makes one stinkin’ cute and unique party!

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Source http://www.karaspartyideas.com/2011/11/princess-and-pea-party.html

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Pineapple Party Ideas

20th November 2015

 

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Pineapple Drinks /Place Holders With Cute Tags

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Source:  Kara’s Party Ideas

Super Easy DIY Pineapple Cake

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Source:  Coco Cake Land

Pineapple Cupcake Wrappers and Coordinating Pineapple Decor

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Source: Lia Griffith

Gold Spray Painted Pineapples, Sunglasses, & One Heck Of A Cute Party

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Source:  Kara’s Party Ideas

Pineapples Made of Painted Pinecones and Hung On Ribbon

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Source: Style Me Pretty

Painted Pineapple Tops For Decor

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Source: Pursuit Of Shoes

Coordinating Pineapple Decor to Match Cupcake Wrappers

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Source: Lia Griffith

LOVE These DIY Pineapple Favor Bags

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Source:  The House That Lars Built

DIY Mason Jar Lights/Pineapple Jars

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Source: A Beautiful Mess

DIY Pineapple Macaroons

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Source: Not Just A Mommy via Bloom Designs Online

Pineapple Garnished Tacos

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Source:  Gimme Some Oven

DIY Pineapple Confetti Cup Invitations

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Source:  Oh Happy Day

Floral Arrangements In Cored Pineapples

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Source: Be Spoke Bride

 

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