Owl Party Ideas
I have been building up to my final owl party post for quite some time. These owl party ideas are meant to equip and inspire. Kenzie had so much fun at her 5th birthday, and loved her owl themed birthday party. This post will bring it all together. I’ll be showing you the final pictures of the party as well as linking back to every single component so that it is easy for you to re-create whatever elements you want.
This post is going to be very visual with little explanation or tutorials. I will be linking back to all the posts that give the “how to” tutorial so that you can re-create. This post is focusing on how to bring it all together.
Here’s my sweet 5 year old with her party table. I always like to have one themed table for the food display. One trick I do for the party table is to use wrapping paper as the backdrop. It is an inexpensive way to create a component of the look of your party. I received this Caribbean blue polka dot wrapping paper at no cost to me from Party City. The overall color theme for the party was inspired by these owl party bags I also received from Party City. The main vision for the party was to have bright and fun pops of color juxtaposed with the natural wood elements I brought into the design. I was able to get the logs from a man I saw cutting down a tree in the neighborhood. The branch I stole from a tree in our own yard. You can click on the table decor post to see how I also worked in other parts of the tree pieces and gorgeous wooden chargers from Roxy Heart Vintage.
Kenzie was has a great group of church friends she was able to invite to her party. There is family here too. We have 3 cousins in the picture above, 2 siblings and the rest are her sweet friends.
Here are all the kiddos gather around the food table for all of the yummy owl treats. We just had enough room for everyone with a couple of people squished at the corners.
One element of the party was this cute owl craft. I found these on clearance at Michaels, but they could easily be made out of toilet paper tubes, google eyes and other decorations you might have in the craft closet.
One game we love to play is the traditional game of “Pass the Parcel.” I would say I’m a traditionalist when it comes to the game area. My kids are also big fans of musical chairs, which we also played.
We always love a good piñata. I was kind of shocked when I received my owl piñata from Party City (at no cost). I didn’t look at the size when I chose it. I just thought it was super cute. It was 36 inches tall and holds loads of candy. The kids loved it.
The party was a huge success. I was absolutely thrilled when Kenzie chose such a fun theme. It is so fun to watch all the ideas that we work on come together and create an atmosphere of celebration.
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