Invitation: Vintage Rail by Smudge Design via Minted.com.
For additional photos and links, visit Vintage Rail Birthday Party on Pinterest.
Decorations: Great for either a boy or girl, this party would be perfect outdoors.
Food: Pretzel sticks make for an edible bowl of twigs and Cheetos as lion tails. For a younger crowd, you could also use animal crackers.
Favors: Make your own binoculars (using toilet paper rolls) or safari jacket (with paper grocery bags).
For additional photos and links, visit Safari Birthday Party on Pinterest.
Photo Credits: Katie from Katie Takes a Picture via Kara’s Party Ideas, Charlene Freelance Photographer via Catch My Party, Paper Glitter via Catch My Party, SavvyMom.ca, Anna E via Spoonful, Ebay.com.au.
Food: Cake/confetti frosted cupcakes and “pop” corn. Water bottles with printables. If you don’t have time to decorate bottles, you could always go with Pellegrino sparkling water or Sprite (already using the blue and green color palette) as seen here.
Favors: Trim out the burst on invitation and glue onto blue (or green) bags.
For additional photos and links, visit Superhero Birthday Party on Pinterest.
If your little girl loves dolls, then this party is for you!
Food: What’s better than a tea party with finger sandwiches and cupcakes for dessert?! Party tips here.
Activities: Make your own birthday hats for the dolls.
For additional photos and links, visit American Girl Inspired Doll Party on Pinterest.
Whether it’s your backyard, the family room or an actual campsite, this fun and interactive camping party is sure to please.
Decorations: Burlap or plaid tablecloths decorated with mini potted trees, pinecones and lanterns. Purchase a few tents for decoration or for hiding scavenger hunt items in (they could also serve as a birthday present when party is over). Instructions for making your own tent here.
Activities: Encourage children to learn about nature with a scavenger hunt using twig pencils from World Market.
Dessert: This fireside cake (made with Twix bars for logs) or s’mores cupcakes will put a smile on everyone’s face.
For additional photos and links, visit Camping Birthday Party on Pinterest.
Photo Credits: Laura Cioccia via Hostess with the Mostess, C, Me & E! Camping Party, A Girl Can Dream, Angela Brinkley via Apartment Therapy, Petite Party Studio via Hostess with the Mostess, Herman Miller Lifework, Enduring Impressions via Pretty My Party, Green Apple Paperie.
This fun and rustic engagement party can be thrown during the day or in the evening.
Decorations: The beach, a winery, a barn, or your backyard would be the perfect backdrop for this boardwalk themed party. I envision rustic wood tables with steel chairs (Cost Plus World Market). A DIY sequin photo backdrop is perfect for taking photos of your guests (you could even have them write words of advice on the back of each photo or digital instagram for keepsakes (also a great way to remember who attended, rather than the traditional guestbook). This diamond shaped piñata is fun for added decoration or as an activity for the kids that may be attending. Floral centerpieces are made from wildflowers that are arranged in old wooden crates.
Cocktails: For that added lightbulb look, these champagne floats with drops of ice cream are the perfect touch for dessert (instead of cake). Raspberry and champagne cocktails are another option that are color coordinated with the invite.
For additional photos and links, visit Engagement Party on Pinterest.