B had her first birthday. She turned one and we haven’t yet had a birthday party for her. I feel like she’s already hit with the fourth baby syndrome, but really it’s because it’s on December 29th and nobody was in town. We did a celebration at home for her, but not an official party like the other three girls had.
So, I’ve gone searching to find some awesome birthday themes that we can do in a few months. Thankfully, she won’t know that it’s a couple months late and might enjoy the party even more. I found 14 themes that I think I could pull off for her first birthday or maybe a combined 3rd and 1st birthday for E and B!
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Breakfast and Pajamas Birthday Party
Sunshine and Lemonade Birthday Party
If we hold off until the Spring, a Sunshine and Lemonade Birthday Party would be perfect. All of my girls have a huge thing for lemonade, so I know having a big pitcher out with some cookies would go over very well.
Cupcake Birthday Party
Cake Batter Rainbow Sprinkle Birthday Party
This Cake Batter Rainbow Sprinkle Birthday Party is all kinds of awesome! I know it’s a ton of prep work, but look at all of that sprinkly cake battery goodness! Any excuse to have that many rainbow sprinkles in my kitchen is a win.
Finding Nemo Birthday Party
Carnival Birthday Party
This Carnival or Circus Birthday Party would make for a super cute party in the backyard. We are big fans of parties at home so we can be way more relaxed. I think all of the carnival games would be fun for kids of all ages and even the adults.
Owl-Themed Birthday Party
LEGO Birthday Party
Farm Birthday Party
Animals, how fun would that be. I have thought about having a petting zoo come to the house. A Farm Birthday Party with little baby animals would be very cute. There could be Farm Animals for the kids that might not want to pet the live animals.
Panda Birthday Party
A Panda Birthday Party would be a black and white free for all…with maybe some hints of green for bamboo. One of our daughters was actually born the same day as a panda baby in Atlanta. It was a pretty big deal! I would serve celery (aka bamboo) on a bamboo dish. Cheesy, but cute, right?
Sofia The First Birthday Party
Anchors Away Birthday Party
Our mascot from school was a pirate. An Anchors Away Birthday Party would bring us back to those days! And popcorn would be remind me of all of those games I sat in the stands and watched.
Baby Beluga Birthday Party
Minnie Mouse Birthday Party
We’ve done a Mickey Mouse theme, but a Minnie Mouse Birthday Party would be right up our ally for showing our Disney Side. We could do Mickey Rice Crispy treats, and use a Minnie Mouse Sandwich cutter for the main course!
After the party is over, maybe you can hit up one of these 100 places that will give you a freebie on your child’s birthday?
Any votes? Which one should we do for a birthday party?