When you have kids, you want to make sure that their birthdays are special times that they will remember for the rest of their lives. Picking the right theme, therefore, is essential.
In this post, we’re going to take a look at some of the ultimate party themes for girls so that you can choose the perfect one for your child.
So, what are we waiting for? Let’s dive right in.
Despicable Me was a beautiful film that introduced minions to the world – small, yellow creatures with either one eye or two that assist criminal masterminds with their plans – in 2010.
Since then, minions have become a hit in their own right, sparking a range of films, as well as plenty of merch.
The reason? Kids love them. Their kind, unusual nature makes them instantly lovable.
Minion parties can include the following:
Pyjama parties are great for little girls who love dressing down and getting ready for bed. Pyjamas are a lot of fun to wear at parties because it doesn’t matter what state they ultimately end up in. You just throw them in the wash. No amount of chocolate cake can harm them!
Organising a pyjama party involves more than just donning your jimjams, though. You can make the entire party sleep-themed by doing things like baking a cake in the shape of a bed or filling the venue with pillows. You could even arrange for a live lullaby performance if you know somebody who plays the piano.
Halloween parties are great for kids whose birthday falls in either October or November – the spookiest months of the year.
They are great because they provide you with a theme that already has a lot of cultural embellishments associated with it. You don’t have to invent things from scratch.
Start by doing simple things like decorating with birth flower November seasonality. You can also arrange fun games – something involving pumpkins.
Bubble parties are just a bit of fun, designed to celebrate all things bubble-shaped.
Your options here are tremendous. For instance, you could spread bubble wrap all over the floor and let kids have fun popping it. Or you could blow up enough balloons to practically fill the interior of your home.
If you really want to go to town, you can serve up bubble-themed foods, like round sandwiches.
If you do decide to host a bubble party, be sure to give kids a welcome bag that gets them in the mood for the chaos to follow. Include bubble blowers of bubble-theme party hats.
Harry Potter Parties
Harry Potter books might have first come out in the late 1990s, but that doesn’t mean they’ve lost any of their appeal. The franchise is still as popular as it ever was, if not more so, thanks to the films.
Kids love Harry Potter. He’s the brow-beaten child, abused by his caregivers, who somehow manages to emerge victoriously and defeat evil sorcerers. It’s an inspiring tale, but also one that offers plenty of direction for recreating the theme.
Here are some ideas to make your girl’s Harry Potter party one to remember:
Is your daughter interested in fashion? If so, you might want to try a fashion party – a chance for her to don her Versace dress and Gucci shoes.
Okay, maybe she doesn’t have those brands in her wardrobe, but that doesn’t mean that a fashion party is out of the question. In fact, it’s very straightforward to implement.
Start by providing guests with plenty of inexpensive accessories, like tiaras and snap-on earrings. Then make sure that your girl is the star of the show with plenty of rouge and blusher on her face.
Once that’s done, organise a catwalk. All the girls (and boys) can strut their stuff to some funky music. You can distribute cheap makeup kits to all the girls to let them try out new looks.
Ice Cream Party
Ice cream parties are a lot of fun for both adults and their kids. The idea here is to stuff as much of the delicious dessert down your throat as possible.
How far you want to take your ice cream cone party depends heavily on your budget. Some parents like to make it all about the ice cream, providing kids with different flavours they haven’t tried before. Others like to create entire ice cream cone costumes.
You can also make it more fun by buying in different types of cones. The variety on the market is astonishing. Plain is okay – but there are also chocolate-infused and cones dressed with icing sugar.
Mermaids have been inspiring little girls for hundreds of years. These half women, half fish, imaginary creatures have a timeless appeal.
Mermaid parties are ideal for any girl who loves “The Little Mermaid” and allows her to live out her fantasies as Ariel (or her lobster friend, for that matter).
Frozen arguably had a more significant impact on the culture than The Little Mermaid. Today’s little girls love the film (and so did some adults for that matter).
Frozen parties are best saved for the winter. But, in principle, you could host them at any time of the year.
Clearly, for the decorations, you’ll want to stick with the white and blue colours to bring it into line with the theme of the film. On top of that, you’ll want to create dresses that let your little girl look just like Elsa from the film. After all, it’s her party, and she deserves to be the centre of attention.
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