Themes for Kids Parties
Black, White and Red
Create your own invitations with Old English font and print out on parchment paper. Burn the edges of the invitations with a lighter to create an antiquated feel. Tear each invitation into large pieces and place into an envelope. When opened, the pieces need to be put together like a puzzle. Include instructions on a separate slip of paper inside the envelope.
A pink party is perfect for many ages and stages from a first birthday up to teens. It is particularly popular with three-year-old girls.
Of course you need to start with a pink invitation – anything to suit the age of the birthday girl as long as it is very pink and pretty. Buy a ready made invitation or make your own. Don't forget to ask guests to come dressed in pink (or at least wear one thing pink).
Pink and Silver
Nothing could be more fun than a girl-y princess party with sparkles, tulle skirts and, of course, who could forget the tiara!
Set the tone for the party with a spectacular Princess Gift Box invitation. Fill a pink square gift box pink and place the scrolled invitation on top.
Active kids will love a sports birthday party. Here is how to throw the best sports birthday party ever.
Most importantly, remember to make the birthday child feel special. Ask him or her to lead their teams or have the final say if a choice has been given.
You are dealing with kids and often you need to repeat things several times to get them into action, don’t loose patience – enjoy it!