My first post of the year is always about the best ‘first’ there is, the First Birthday party. A simple activity, fun food and a great smash cake are usually enough to make it enjoyable for young party guests. Get the party started with a fun invite, and then seal the deal by sending guests home with an equally appropriate party favor. Here are 6 of my favorite themes…
Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star
Did you sing this song to your belly while you were pregnant? I know I did and it makes the sweetest theme for your little one.
Hello! Check out Tiny Prints’ Birthday Stars to set the party scene
Goodbye! How pretty are these sparkly wands personalized with sweet touches by 6th Street Design School?
What Does The Fox Say?
I’m sorry…that song is always stuck in my head but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t make an awesome party theme!
Hello! Head out to Paper Source (we have one in Bellevue and University Village) for the supplies and DIY your own adorable invite thanks to Oleander + Palm.
Goodbye! Purchase muslin bags (also at Paper Source), iron on your own design like these featured on The Hostess Blog, then fill with your own goodies like fox cookies.
From the fox to flamingoes…the pink is perfect for your little girly girl and such a cheery theme, I want to throw a flamingo party!
Hello! Oh yes, Oh Goodie Designs + Events tri-fold invitation is perfect and I love the colors.
Goodbye! Their personalized party blowers will keep the party going long after everyone leaves.
The classic game is a guaranteed colorful and fun birthday theme! All you need is lots of primary colors to set the scene and you are halfway done. Here’s the rest…
Hello! Mimi’s Dollhouse has a great printable party package that coordinates with this personalizable invite.
Goodbye! How fun are these cookies made by pinner Shannon Hughes.
If your little guy is a Jack, then you know this is right up your party alley! I can already see him in a flannel shirt and knit hat for the perfect winter birthday theme.
Hello! It doesn’t get better than Two Pooch Paperie’s invite.
Goodbye! I love practical favors and this bird feeder from Run Lucas Run fits the bill. What a great way to bring a little wildlife to your yard and provide a teaching moment to your little ones.
A perfect theme for boys and girls since you can customize your colors.
Hello! If you are having a small gathering, these DIY pinwheel invites with Paper Source mailers are so fun.
Goodbye! Make pretty pinwheels with Martha Stewart that double as decor and favors.
For more inspiration take a peek back at previous posts: