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Pokemon Party Ideas

We’re sure you’ve heard all about the Pokemon Go craze that has been sweeping the nation. And chances are, you came across this blog post in search of planning the perfect Pokemon “hunting” party for your child (or maybe for yourself… no judgement!). We’re pretty excited over here about the return in popularity of one of our favorite games, so we put together some inspiration so that your Pokemon party goes down in history. Hope you enjoy our Pokemon Party Ideas, and be sure to share the pics with us by tagging @sendomatic! Pokemon Invitations Start the party off on the right foot with unique online invitations to share with your guests! With online invitations, you can fully customize them and add fun animation — kids will love it! Check out our Pokemon invitations here. Food What’s a party without food, right? We found this (somewhat healthy) cake on Pinterest and had to share. Not only is it simple to make, but it incorporates the colors of the fruit to look exactly like a Pokeball! …

Valentine's Day Party Ideas

6 Sweet Valentine’s Day Party Ideas for Your Child’s Class Party

If you have a school-aged child, you’re probably in the midst of either helping plan a class Valentine’s Day party or are responsible for bringing a favor. If you’re tired of the cookie-cutter store-bought ones, try these cute and unique party ideas that kids will love. Kids will enjoy being creative, and you’ll like how you won’t be stuck cleaning up boring Valentine’s Day cards for kids. Here’s to Valentine’s Day! Love Thy Neighbor This is the perfect way to teach your kids about appreciating each other. Have each child write down one nice thing about the person sitting to his or her right. It could be, “I like that John is nice.” Or “I appreciate how Suzy helps me with my math homework.” Set a timer for five minutes. When it goes off, have each child give the note to the person. It will help them each feel special. Wax Paper Hearts You can kick your Valentine’s Day up a notch by making these wax paper hearts that are Martha Stewart-approved. By just using …

candy land party theme for kids birthdays, school parties and more

Candy Land Party Ideas

I am loving this adorable Candy Land Party on Parents.com. Lots of great decorating ideas on a budget! It’s so colorful, vibrant and, most importantly, FUN! Candy Land Party Trail Use 12×12 construction paper to re-create the classic Sugar Trail from Candy Land! What you use to hold it in place depends on your floor type. For carpet, try packing tape. For delicate flooring, consider something gentle like Scotch tape. Candy Land Lollipop Balloons These giant “lollipops” are made from empty wrapping paper tubes, balloons and cellophane! Use white acrylic paint on the wrapping paper tube. For something a bit more sturdy, you could use spray painted PVC pipe. Candy Land Wall Decor Colored plates and cellophane to make candy for the walls. Choose vibrant colored plates, wrap, and seal up the ends with a twist tie or rubber band! Attach them to the walls with a little Scotch tape. You can make a number of these using inexpensive colored plates from the dollar store. Candy Land Party Favors Party-goers can take home these Candy Land …

dinosaur party cake for boys birthday chocolate

Dinosaur Party

One Charming Party has just released a Dinosaur Party! It is part of their new line of DIY party plans. In this party, young paleontologists have an amazing adventure with bone digging, a prehistoric treasure hunt and a feast that satisfies their hungry appetites. Dinosaur Party Cake Chocolate frosting and the green cake plate, accented by rock-shaped candy make a simple yet perfect dinosaur party cake. Dinosaur Party Invitations The birthday party invitations were delivered in recycled envelopes for an authentic feel. The dinosaur postage stamps were the perfect touch! Looking to opt for paperless invitations? Check out this dinosaur invitation available from Sendomatic! Dinosaur Party Games Party guests were invited to play with dinosaur toys, put together T-Rex puzzles and read dinosaur books. Guests had the chance to decorate their own cupcakes with more of the “dirt” colored icing, rock “candy” and other prehistoric-inspired toppings. Food was kept nutritious and kid-friendly. The theme was pulled into the meal with green plates and brown cupcake wrappers to hold potato chips. The kids used green-handled paintbrushes to unearth bones buried in …

Suess Cake

Dr Seuss Party

Thank you Angela from Baby Farm Parties & Ideas for submitting your Dr Seuss Party. Dr Seuss is a childhood favorite – and you brought it to life! What lucky daughters you have! Angela made my Dr Seuss Party goodie bags out of red lunch bags and added turquoise blue tissue paper to give some flair. She cut out white circles that said ‘Thing 2’ and some said ‘Thing 3’ and glued them in the front, she got a lot of her goodies to add to the bags from ebay including brand new in the package Burger King cat in the hat movie action figures. She also bought some great goodies from Birthday Express from their “Cat in the Hat” party line. She decided to have a candy bar which was a hit with kids and adults. Each guest took home a little white box with a tag thanking them for joining full of candy and yummy homemade pastries. Her custom invitations she got from Sendo Invitations. All of the food was Seuss inspired and made by …

Amazing Race Adventure Party Ideas

We love the Amazing Race show in our house and this Sunday nights show is the season finale. I have been collecting a few great party ideas that can be used to create an incredible and fun Amazing Race Party. A fun party for the teen or tweens! Amazing Race Party Set-up As guest arrive snap a Polaroid picture and get them started on their journey with a passport. This is fun for each kid to have stamped as they journey threw each leg of the race. I love the idea of each guest having their own tote bag filled with tools and items for different challenges they must complete during the race. This inspiration comes from A. Party Style and her fantastic Around The World Party. There are many more photos and details to see – here. 1. & 2. I featured this Around the world party from Happy Hour Mom here. I loved the post card centerpiece and the globe beach ball. The beach ball could be used in a “pool leg of …

Wet n wild summer fun birthday party theme ideas

Wet’n’Wild Children’s Birthday Party

A WET’N’WILD birthday party is all about summer! Create a beach atmosphere with brightly colored beach towels, serve fish’n’chips, make a sandcastle birthday cake, play water based games and most importantly serve ICE-CREAM!! Now listen to the squeals of delight! Hello, I am the creator of www.imprintables.com.au a range of children’s themed stylish party invitations. All my designs are based on concepts for children’s parties and would like to share with you my son’s third birthday party. The party was held in our Aussie summer with a range of children aged between 1yr – 4yrs so the games and food had to cater for all. Below are a few sinppets of the party. I hope you’ll enjoy them! Summer Children’s Party Ideas TOP: Ice-cream party invitation available from The Infant Boutique. BELOW: Handcrafted ice-cream invitation Sunglasses were given to each child by the birthday boy as a way to welcome each guest and to get them into the summer spirit. Mini ice-cream cones are perfect for small hands to hold. Paper napkins teamed with paper …