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Get Angry: Fun Angry Birds Birthday Ideas for Kids

Does your child love Angry Birds? Why not make his or her next birthday party an Angry Birds theme? With so many imaginative activities, games, food and decorations, an Angry Birds party is easy and fun to put on. Plus, your child and all of your party guests will have a blast!



Cute and simple pre-made invitations for your Angry Birds party will save you time and hassle. Or, if you are feeling crafty, you can make your own with the many printable templates available on the internet. Another idea is to create a more 3-D effect using cardstock or construction paper.



These fun tissue poms set the perfect scene for your Angry Birds party. Add some great Mylar balloons and a red and yellow tablecloth and your party is ready to go.

Games and Activities

Egg Painting Activity

Hard boil some eggs in advance and then set them out in the cartons with a variety of craft paints. Let the kids paint their very own Angry Birds to take home at the end of the party. Or they can eat them as a party snack! Have some pre-painted eggs sitting out so that the kids will have a sample to look at or provide a template so that their eggs will come out looking great.

Angry Birds in Real Life

What could be more fun and exciting than a life-sized Angry Birds game? Use a variety of boxes and boards stacked in crazy ways with pigs (balloons or balls painted green) scattered throughout. Make a giant slingshot and paint some balls as the different birds. Or, if the giant slingshot is more work than you bargained for, simply purchase some surgical bands at a hospital supply store and have two strong adults hold each end while the kids pull back and fire. Your party guests will be lining up for hours to try to knock down those dastardly pigs.

Perfect Piñata

A piñata is always a hit at any party.  Try this King Pig or red bird piñata filled with delicious red, yellow and green candies for a delightful activity that the kids will love.


There are a variety of different options for your Angry Birds birthday cake. One creative way to carry out the theme is to create a cake that looks like the real thing. Or, a round cake decorated like one of the birds or King Pig is a nice touch.

Along with the cake and other treats, it is a good idea to add some healthy snacks to fill hungry tummies and counteract all the sugar. Angry Bird Bagels are a fun lunch idea. Add to that some healthy fruit with the Watermelon King Pig.

Party Favors


Don’t forget to send your guests home with some fun party favors. Some simple favor bags filled with candy and some stickers or other fun prizes will give your child’s friends a nice reminder of the party.

With a few simple and creative ideas, your Angry Birds party will be a huge success. For more easy and inexpensive Angry Bird party ideas, visit We have everything you need to throw your child the Angriest Bird party of all time!

Yummy & Pirate-Friendly Jake and the Neverland Pirates Party Food Ideas

If your son or daughter is a fan of Disney Junior’s show “Jake and the Neverland Pirates”, a pirate-themed birthday party may be perfect for your little swashbuckler. Simple pirate decorations, eyepatches for guests and lots of loot will make your party a fun-filled adventure on the high seas. With all of their plundering, pirates can get awfully hungry, so here are some ideas to keep your guests fed and satisfied while they battle Captain Hook for the best treasure and most glorious adventures!

Treasure Chest Cake


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No pirate party is complete without treasure and what better way to load up on loot than with a charming treasure chest cake? A sheet cake mix, chocolate frosting, and plenty of candy spilling out from the inside is all you need for your party guests to say,”Yo ho! More cake, please!”

If you opt to make cupcakes for your guests rather than a cake, save yourself some time and energy with these skull and crossbones pirate cupcake pics. Simply frost your cupcakes, add the flags, and voila! These make for the perfect pirate confection for each and every guest.

Pirate Grog

When is root beer not really root beer? When it’s pirate grog, of course! A plain, store-bought bottle of root beer transforms into a refreshing and fanciful treat with just a few tweaks. Add pirate stickers or a skull decal to each bottle or wrap them in burlap or strings of rope for a seafaring feel.

Pirate Loot


You can turn many ordinary foods into pirate loot with a little imagination and some thoughtful labeling. Put out the following snacks labeled with pirate names:

  • Cheddar Goldfish crackers: Shark Bait
  • Pretzel sticks: Pirate Peg Legs
  • Malted milk balls: Cannon Balls
  • Chocolate gold coins: Pirate Booty

As an alternative, make a snack mix containing goodies such as Cheerios, Goldfish crackers, mini pretzels, and gummy candies in a variety of shapes. Place it in a large bowl and label it “Pirate Loot.” Your party guests will eat it up!

Fruit Fancy Pirate Ship

Provide some much-needed vitamins to your scurvy-ridden crew with a tasty and decorative watermelon pirate ship. Slice the watermelon in half lengthwise. Then, use a melon baller to remove the insides of the watermelon and set aside.

Cut the sides of the hollowed-out watermelon to look like the sides of a pirate ship.  Replace the watermelon balls in the ship along with a mix of other cut-up fruit such as cantaloupe, blackberries, and strawberries for a colorful and healthy treat. Add a skewer with a skull pirate flag for a dastardly touch.

Pirate Booty Bags


Send your guests home with some memorable treats and party favors. Pack a mini treasure chest or a Jake and the Neverland Pirates loot bag with chocolate gold coins, pirate tattoos, and other fun and memorable prizes or food items.

Don’t forget to serve your pirates delicacies on Jake and the Neverland Pirates place settings with a themed tablecloth and centerpieces. You can pull it all together with some skull and crossbow flags hanging around the room and balloons to match. With just a little planning and a few creative ideas, your little pirates will remember this party as aaargh-uably the best pirate party ever.


Five Great Toy Story Birthday Party Ideas for Kids

The three Toy Story movies provide a lot of fantastic material for a themed birthday party. From the great characters to the memorable settings of Andy’s Room, Pizza Planet, and beyond, you can really go all out when throwing a Toy Story birthday party. Here are five ideas for creating a Toy Story themed party your kids will love!

Create Andy’s Room

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The first step in throwing the greatest Toy Story party is having rocking decorations. To make your living room look and feel like Andy’s bedroom, try a scene setter kit. It comes with a Happy Birthday banner as well as two panels of all the characters hanging in Andy’s room. Then use Toy Story streamers and danglers to spice up the walls and the ceilings. For a final step, gather up your kids’ toys and spread them around the party space! If you’re into bargain hunting, see if any thrift shops have plastic dinosaurs or old Potato Heads to enhance the theme.

Let Your Table Tell a (Toy) Story


Pull out all the stops to decorate your table. Start with a themed table cloth and deck it out by setting up some Woody, Buzz, and Rex centerpieces. Toy Story plates, cups, and napkins pull everything together. If you want to send home a reusable party favor, opt for dishwasher-safe stadium cups. Finally, stick a personalized candy jar in the center of the table and fill it with fun stuff like stickers and temporary tattoos.

Eat at Pizza Planet


What better food to have at a Toy Story birthday party than pizza from Pizza Planet, Andy’s favorite pizza place? Save some old pizza boxes (those that don’t have too much grease inside!) so the kids can redecorate their tops with Pizza Planet logos. Then serve your birthday star’s favorite pizza out of them. Then decorate the perfect Toy Story cake with edible cake decorations. Or, display a Toy Story cupcake stand at the center of the table with tiers of tasty cupcakes.

Play Potato Head Games

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Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head need help putting their faces on! Instead of playing pin the tail on the donkey, play pin the face on the Potato Heads. The Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head standees are life-size and come with cut-out facial accessories that attach with Velcro. Perfect for blindfolding kids and seeing what kind of face they come up with! If the kids would rather keep their eyes open, Mr. Potato Head Wall Decals give kids dozens of creative options for giving Mr. P a face.

Do Crafts for Cowboys and Astronauts


Let the kids pick whether they’re from the Wild West or “infinity and beyond” and be like Woody and Buzz. Start with space helmets and sheriff’s badges so they can dress the part. Then have a craft session. Those interested in outer space can make cute little toilet paper roll rockets. Kids on the Woody train will love making cowboy puppets out of paper bags. For the birthday boy or girl, go all out by getting a Woody or Buzz costume!

Make your house Andy’s Room and Pizza Planet and fill it with games, crafts, and decorations kids will love. With a Toy Story theme, the next birthday party you throw will go “to infinity and beyond!”

Ready. Set. Create the Perfect Table for a Dora the Explorer Party

Dora the Explorer has been inspiring young people to learn, explore, and play since she first showed up on TV in 2000. So throw the coolest birthday party for your youngsters by giving it a Dora theme and filling the house with great decorations and, of course, the perfect table. Every guest will love going on an adventure amongst these colorful, vibrant decorations.

Ceiling Danglers


To create the perfect Dora the Explorer party and themed table, you don’t just have to focus on the table settings and the centerpiece! Decorate the entire room to achieve the perfect ambience and immerse the kids in a full Dora experience. Kids will love looking up and seeing festive curlicue decorations hanging from the ceiling featuring Dora and Boots. Mix and match them with hanging pink, green, and yellow fluffy tissue balls to create an exciting, artistic effect.

Great Gift Bags


Make each table setting exciting by placing little gift bags for each person. You can buy ready-made Dora-themed bags including hats, Fun Dip, and stadium cups, or you can make your own with cool keychains, charm bracelets, sunglasses, and stickers. Items like sunglasses are great because the kids can play with them right away. Stickers and keychains are great for taking home and decorating backpacks and notebooks.

Spanish Language Fun


One of the great parts about Dora the Explorer is the opportunity to learn Spanish words while watching an engaging show. Make little cards for each place setting with a party-themed word in English alongside its Spanish equivalent. Place a different one at each table setting and encourage the kids to locate the objects and name them in Spanish. Once the kids get the hang of the words, make it into a game of Spanish I-spy.

A Terrific Table


You can go all out with great Dora the Explorer table decorations. Get themed plates, napkins, and cups and pull it all together with the perfect Dora tablecloth. Have fun putting together a centerpiece kit with pictures of Dora that stand up and arrange pretty flowers around them.

Balloons Galore


Instead of going for standard party balloons in different colors, go all out with themed balloons. Get latex balloons with Dora and Boots printed on them and let them float about the room. Add Dora-shaped foil balloons to your decorative display. If you’re feeling really festive, get a giant Dora mylar balloon, which is 52 inches high and will be life-sized for all the kids at the party. That way, kids can enjoy hanging out with Dora while they eat cake.

The Tastiest Cake


Of course, the centerpiece of any birthday party is the cake. Deck yours out with fun Dora molded candles. Or, create a beautiful tiered centerpiece filled with cupcakes. Use the Dora candles as decorations on the cupcakes and light the top tier so the birthday girl or boy has something to blow out!

With so many Dora the Explorer party supplies to choose from, your party will have the perfectly outfitted table. Even eating and drinking will become an adventure with festive, colorful plates, napkins, and cups. Every young guest will love hanging out, adventuring, and eating cake with Dora and Boots!

Ready. Set. Explore Our Dora the Explorer Birthday Party Ideas

How do you thrill your little girl on her birthday? With a Dora the Explorer birthday party adventure to share with all her friends. Even if you’ve never planned a theme party before, with these great party ideas, your event will come off like you hired a pro.

Set the Stage for Fun with Your Invites


There are a lot of adorable Dora the Explorer invites, but if you want to really delight your guests, these handmade “backpacks” are just the ticket. Start by drawing a map to your house with text about the party details and make copies. Download the free “backpack face” template from the Nick Jr website and print a copy for each invitation. Buy purple-colored paper bags from a craft store and glue a face on each. Roll up the maps and drop one in each bag. Fold over the top to resemble a backpack and deliver to your invitees.

Set the Stage for Exploration and Fun


Build a sense of adventure for your guests with Dora the Explorer banners and tissue paper flowers strung from the ceilings. Make two signs, one in English and one in Spanish, for things in the party area such as “chair” and “silla.”

A piñata is always a hit at children’s birthday parties; a Dora piñata filled with candies and trinkets is a fun decoration that will excite the kids. Don’t forget balloons and streamers for a festive effect.

Serve Dora-Worthy Party Food


If you are planning to serve a meal, a taco bar is a great idea for a Dora the Explorer theme party. Keep it simple by prefilling the tacos with meat for the little ones to top.

If snacking is more your style, serve taco chips with a variety of dips like salsa, guacamole, nacho cheese, and bean dip. Make easy, cheesy quesadillas by putting shredded cheddar and jack cheese between two tortillas and microwaving it for a few seconds. Make fruit skewers with chunks of pineapple, banana, orange, and mango. Serve fruit juice or an exotic tropical fruit punch in Dora-decorated paper cups.

You can even do a fun twist on the traditional birthday cake by serving warm cinnamon churros with vanilla ice cream. Give the birthday girl a special cupcake with candles to blow out. Save time and mess by purchasing individual cups of ice cream.

Plan Some Fun Activities


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A great activity to get the party started is making Dora’s yellow and blue friendship bracelets. Set out blue and yellow plastic beads (you can add some other charms or colors, if you want) and let the children string two or three strands. Help them tie them around their wrists.

If you are creative, you can plan a treasure hunt. Draw up a map and include some fun homemade obstacles like a “swamp” made from a plastic wading pool and a “jungle” made from potted plants and inflatable trees.

You can also make a version of pin the tail on the donkey by making a poster board Dora and letting children pin on a backpack. Don’t forget to plan time for whacking your Dora piñata; give each child a small goodie bag for collecting the candies that fall out.

Send your young guests home with some Dora-themed party swag like jars of bubbles, animal stickers, mini-magnifying glasses and compasses, friendship bracelets, and colorful candies. They’ll go home with happy memories of your Dora the Explorer party.

Three Minnie Mouse Party Games the Kids Will Giggle Over

Parents can’t go wrong with a Disney character birthday themed party and Minnie Mouse is a classic for charming little girls. After all, what little girl doesn’t love Minnie’s signature polka dots and supersized bow?

All good parties have delicious goodies, tasty cakes and fun party favors—and presents, too, of course! But the real stars of any child’s birthday party are the giggle-inducing games all kids love to play. If you’re planning a Minnie Mouse birthday party for your little girl, here are three fun games sure to delight her and her friends.

Put the Bow on Minnie

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This is a fun variation on the ever-popular Pin the Tail on the Donkey. You’ll need to make a large poster of Minnie Mouse using a full-sized piece of tag board. You may want to enlist an artistic friend if the thought of drawing Minnie makes you nervous.

Before the guests arrive, prepare a decoration station with markers, glue, glitter, stickers or any other age-appropriate materials your birthday girl likes. Cut out enough paper bows for each guest plus a few extra.

Let each child decorate his or her own bow and attach a piece of tape to the back of it. Line the guests up, blindfold them one at a time, and let each child put their bow on Minnie. The winner is the child whose bow is closest to the right spot.

Of course, if you’re pressed for time or don’t like cleaning up glitter, you could buy one of the adorable pre-made Minnie’s Bow-tique games to keep things simple.

The Pink Shoe Silly Shuffle

For this game, you’ll need a pink shoe—any shoe will do—and a container to hold slips of paper with a “silly shuffle” written on them. Stand the children in a circle and play some music. Have the children pass the pink shoe around the circle while the music plays. When the music stops, the child holding the shoe has to draw a “silly shuffle” and perform the action written on the paper. Examples of “silly shuffles” include:

  • Crabwalk across the room.
  • Sing “Happy Birthday” in your favorite Disney character’s voice.
  • Rub your tummy and pat your head at the same time.
  • Do three somersaults.

For a fun twist, you can get some inexpensive prizes like sticker sheets or glow sticks and let each child choose one if he or she successfully completes their “silly shuffle.”

Dance ‘Til You Drop

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Kids love to dance, and this game is full of action and excitement to help work off their birthday cake sugar rush. Start playing upbeat dance music and tell the kids to sing and show off their moves. Then suddenly stop the music and tell the kids they must drop to the floor and sit “quiet as a mouse.” The last person to sit quietly is out. Keep playing until only one person is left—that child gets the prize.

This game is especially fun for girls wearing dresses with full skirts or Minnie Mouse costumes. You may want to encourage girls to wear dance dresses on your party invitations.

No matter what games you choose for your daughter’s special day, she’ll love a Minnie Mouse-themed birthday party. A polka dot birthday cake and Minnie Mouse swag bags stuffed with little girl bling will complete your party and send guests home with fabulous memories.

What Food Should You Serve at Your Minnie Mouse Party?

Minnie Mouse is arguably one of Disney’s most beloved characters. With her cute dresses and penchant for fun, she is the spokesperson for sweetness and cheer. What little girl wouldn’t love a Minnie Mouse themed birthday party filled with those iconic pink and black polka dots?

One of the best ways to ensure your Minnie Mouse themed party is a hit is to keep your guests happy with delicious Minnie Mouse treats. With just a few creative additions, you can turn bland and boring into fabulous and fun. The following is a list of some of the “must-have” edibles at your next pink and black Minnie soiree.

Minnie Mouse Bow Bites

This is a healthy snack that kids will love and that will infuse a little nutrition into the party proceedings. Not only is it delicious, but it is easy and fun to make. For each Bow Bite, use a small skewer or toothpick, two strawberries (stems removed) and a blueberry for the middle. Slide the skewer through one of the strawberries so that the smaller tip is pointing inward. Add the blueberry, then the second strawberry with its pointed end also facing inward. Easy, cute, and chock-full of vitamins!

Minnie Mouse Pudding/Yogurt Cups

Add some red food coloring (just enough to make pink) into vanilla pudding or yogurt. Spoon it into individual custard dishes and top it with mini chocolate chips for a polka dot effect. For an added personal touch, wrap each dish with a personalized cupcake wrapper.


Minnie Sandwiches

Any sandwich is more fun when it’s shaped like a Disney character. Make a slew of PB&J, grilled cheese, or ham sandwiches and then cut them into Minnie Mouse shapes using a Minnie-shaped cookie cutter. These fun snacks will fill hungry tummies without a lot of sugar. Even kids who balk at boring sandwiches will gobble these up in no time.

Minnie Mouse Cupcakes

For easy and cute Minnie-themed cupcakes, simply bake and frost a batch of regular chocolate cupcakes and then use mini Oreos for the ears. Secure the ears into the top of the cupcakes by sticking a toothpick into the cookie’s creamy center filling. Frost the cupcakes with pink icing before adding the ears and leave the ears black for a nice contrast.

If you want to turn this snack into a game, set out different candies and cookies, then let guests create hats or wigs for Minnie to wear. Kids can turn each sweet treat into a work of art all their own.

Pink Fizzy Minnie Mouse Punch

A mixture of lemon-lime soda or ginger ale and strawberry or raspberry sherbet ice cream will create a creamy, foamy punch that guests will love. Serve it in these adorable Minnie cups with a few raspberries floating on top for a delicious and refreshing drink.

Adding that special touch with food that matches your theme will make your party stand out and ensure that your guests are well-fed and energized for all of the fun activities and games that you have prepared. Not only will the guests love it, but your guest of honor will remember the party for years to come.

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5 Things You Need to Make Your Minnie Mouse Party Marvelous

What little girl doesn’t love Minnie Mouse? Walt Disney’s polka-dot wearing character stands the test of time, especially as a birthday theme.

If you’re throwing a Minnie Mouse party, use these five ideas for a fabulous extravaganza your little one will never forget:

1. A Dessert Table Showstopper


Let’s not forget how much kids love to eat; keep the snack table the focal point of your party.

Include Minnie-themed table covers, a coordinating cupcake stand for mini-desserts, and themed back-hanging decorations like a curtain or danglers. Don’t forget utensils, napkins, plates, and cups.

Still, the cake needs to steal the stage. Polka dots, big ears, and a big bow come naturally with any Minnie cake.

Whether you’re doing the baking or you’re buying a special cake, little touches take things  above and beyond.

For a DIY sheet cake, add flair with a decoration set that includes edible icing or fun figurines so the birthday girl always has a keepsake to remember her special day.

If making cupcakes, let your crafty mind go wild. Consider inserting Minnie key rings into a red or pink polka dot frosting. Another fun project involves halving Oreos for ears and putting a little frosting bow in between them.

These cupcakes look great displayed on a Minnie-inspired bow-tique cupcake stand that doubles as a table centerpiece. Customize the cupcakes with personalized birthday wrappers.

2. A Mouse Ensemble for All

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Give every guest the Minnie Mouse treatment. Make the birthday girl feel special with a full Minnie costume while the guests enjoy little touches of the first diva of Disneyland.

Accessories like mouse ear headbands  and polka dot bows transform everyone into a little mouse. Have guests enter through a “mouse-hole” and hand them the ears once through.

3. Photos with Minnie Mouse Balloons


It wouldn’t be a birthday party without balloons! Make a photo-op moment with a life-sized balloon and standee.

Greet party-goers with Minnie face-shaped balloons at the front door. Then, to get things started, cascade either red and black or pink and black balloons from a themed balloon drop kit.

4. Minnie Mouse Themed Games

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Keep your little mice entertained with Minnie Mouse themed activities and games. Face paint, glitter tattoos, or Minnie manicures bring squeaks of excitement!

Continue the mouse fun by including parents with a bow-making section, offering various polka dot ribbons from which to choose. Or, dress Minnie paper dolls with fun accessories.

Set the little mice scurrying with a revamp of the Easter egg hunt by placing blocks of “cheese” around a room. For a bit of competition, print numbers on polka dot paper and start a Bingo tournament.

Don’t forget the Minnie piñata! A safer alternative for toddlers, the little mice will love pulling the string-style piñata for the surprise goodies.  Plus, they can take the treats home in their favor bags.

5. Minnie-Approved Take-Home Favors

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Don’t limit baggies to candy loot and Bingo winnings.

From stickers to sunglasses and Minnie mini-games, choose either a pre-packaged kit or assorted girly favor items to assemble the perfect giveaways for your guests to remember the good time.

Impress your child and friends alike with your decorating and party-throwing skills. There are a million more ideas to consider, but with these five alone, expect a real crowd-pleaser.

Cocktails and Pirates – How to Make Ship-Wrecking Fun

9web0361Island parties and all-American cookouts were the norm all summer, but how about trying something different? Create some ship-wrecking fun with a “Cocktails and Pirates” party! This party will be so unique and fun that friends and family might make you their official party planner for all their upcoming events.

Make your invitations the old-fashioned way with some yellowed, vintage-looking paper. Burn the edges and then write the invites with a quill pen. To get your guests really excited, make the invites look like a treasure map, with the treasure being marked with an “X” at your residence. That way, the paper doubles as an invitation and a map to your cocktail party. It’ll be a great way to get people talking about your upcoming Cocktails and Pirates party!

Your pirate decorations will make or break the party. Pirate decorations are all about the skull and crossbones. Hang some pirate danglers from the ceiling and Jolly Roger pennant banners around the party venue. Use black and white pirate balloons with other colored latex balloons for some pops of color.

There are many creative, Pirate’s Cove decorations out there. Don’t forget pirate staples like buried treasure, palm trees, and of course, a ship. Use a personalized pirate photo stand-in as a decoration and an activity for guests. Take pictures of people with the stand-in and post them to a social media site the next day and people can relive the fun they had at your pirate cocktail party!

Can’t have a Cocktails and Pirates party without the cocktails. Get creative with your cocktail names. It might be a pina colada, but you can call it a Pirate’s Pina Colada. Other ideas: 12szinftrcTreasure Tequila Sunrise, Skull Screwdriver, High Seas Hairy Navel, Walk the Plank Gin & Tonic, and Booty Bloody Mary. Make a list of the drinks and what’s in them so your guests will know what to expect. Serve your delicious cocktails in pirate cups or pirate goblets.

Your cocktail party will probably also include some canned or bottled beverages. Keep them cold inside an inflatable treasure chest cooler. Be sure to also have non-alcoholic beverages available for people who will be driving home.

Many of your guests will probably just enjoy socializing, but it’s a good idea to have some games for people to play. Board games and card games are always popular party ideas. If your guests are really into games, have a “treasure hunt” that is set up like a scavenger hunt. Send the winners home with pirate mini pails filled with candy or baked goods.

Besides games, you might want to have a pirate movie playing on the television like Pirates of the Caribbean or Treasure Island.

Parting Gifts
Don’t send your party guests home empty-handed. Fill some Pirate Favor Bags with some “booty” like candy or popcorn for the ride home. And, of course, if they have been enjoying cocktails, make sure your guests have a designated driver.

Birthday Party Ideas for Spirited Girls

All girls have spirit but not for the same things.  Some have spirit for their teams or their sports, and these party ideas will let their spirit shine through.

Spirited Party Themes

If she likes cheering on her favorite sports team; give her a a party to cheer about. Decorate with the team’s colors and logo.  Give your guests spirited fan gear, just like they would get at the big game. Give them beads, pom pons, and even foam fingers all in team colors. That way even if they can’t make it to the stadium they can feel like they did.

If the birthday girl does not have a favorite team but she has a favorite sport; bring that sport to the party. Sports themed decorations and favors are bound to be a hit with any sporty girl.  If she is a rising soccer star then let her show off her skills with a party that reaches the goal.  Feature her favorite sports equipment on all the tableware.  You can even make a soccer ball cake that she and her friends will get a kick out of.

Activities for Spirited Girls

What real sports fan doesn’t paint her face before going to a game? Your party shouldn’t be any different.  With a little bit of face paint you can set up a face painting station so that your girls can show off their spirit.  Painting a simple “Go Team” in the team colors is a always a good option.  For the more artistically inclined girl stars and flowers make beautiful additions to a spirited face.  The video below will give you some ideas of options for you.

Once your guests are all set to show off their spirit have a cheer-off. Each girl can write her own cheer and perform it for everyone.  The cheers can be specific to a favorite team or sport.  “Run! Kick! Goal!” would be a great cheer for a soccer player. Maybe they will come up with new ideas to use at the next, big game.

If your guests prefer playing to cheering then let them play. A small backyard soccer game is always a big hit with your soccer stars.  Or let the spirited girls show off their talents by making trick shots on the goal.  If kicking the soccer ball around isn’t enough then why not take a swing at a soccer ball pinata.

With all these spirited ideas there is no way for you to miss the goal of throwing a spirited party for your birthday girl.  All your guests will leave cheering for you, “Hip Hip Hooray!”