Tips to Birthday Party Decorations That Your Kids Will Love

Every Mom and dad to give our kids a surprise her/his birthday, here are most tips to Decorate Kids Birthday Party

Year after year, kids grow up eagerly looking forward to their birthdays. Soon after their birthday for that year is over, they are already anticipating the next birthday, which will come only after a year has passed by. So birthdays are of great significance for kids and they expect a lot of things from their birthdays. Most often, children are blissful over their centenaries but sometimes, as is normally with the kids, they aren’t satisfied with some trivial things and feel sad about the matter. So just as expectant the children are of their birthdays, it takes a great headache for parents to make sure everything is perfect and their children get everything that they expected to.

It takes a great deal of parenting to satisfy the needs of children, but splendid birthday decorations will surely help the cause. Here below are 30 awesome birthday party decorations that every kid will love, and make things easier for parents.

1. Fork Placeholder

This simple party decoration uses fork as placeholder. Forks can be used to hold light items like paper and cards. Cutting patterns out of paper to write names of kids as shown in the above figure looks great.

2. Hanging Paper Flowers

Paper flowers hanging up in the ceilings look wonderful. It’s neither very tough nor expensive to create these of our own. It just requires a few paper bags and a bit of imagination.

3. Balloon Blowout

This decoration can be done even with the most basic balloons. All you need is balloons of several shades and colors and double sided tape to attach the balloons to one another and to the wall as well.

4. Cupcake Liner Flower Lights

With this awesome trick, the interior of the house can be decorated in a very beautiful way. All one needs is cupcake liners, which can then be turned into pretty flowers.

5. Tiered Paper Candy Stand

This is not only eye-catching but also eco-friendly idea for kids’ birthdays. You can make a beautiful stand where you can place candy for all the kids using only paper.

6. Baby’s Sunshine Party

Which jolly, bright kid doesn’t love a sunshine-themed party? There’s probably no better way to do so than by making a yellow lantern garland by tying together lanterns with a nice fishing line and hanging them above the table as shown in the above figure.

7. Flower Pots for Cutleries

Cute flower pots as shown in the above figure could be used to store forks, knives and other cutleries. This is another innovative way to decorate the party, instead of scattering the pieces all over.

8. Lego-themed Birthday Party

Kids love Legos very much and they don’t like it even when someone touches their Legos. For this, a Lego-themed birthday party is a great idea as it will really uplift the mood of the kids.

9. Balloon Animals

You can even get animals for the birthday party, whatever the kid likes, from bear, chicken and goat to pigs and lions. Of course, this is normally possible only with helium-filled balloons. Nevertheless, it adds great fun to the party.

10. A Day at the Circus

Kids love circuses and as such, throwing out a Circus-themed party is a great way to liven up the party. It’s not very arduous as well. You can renovate your home into a day at the circus using hues of red and yellow and circus happenings like face painting. You can also use signs to create a circus-like environment.

11. Giant Sign

You can make wonderful large signs on the walls of the house. If you’re not very comfortable with wall painting and feel you might slip it, you can use projector to do so.

12. Ghostbusters Party

You can even plan the party in the theme of Ghostbusters. There’s not much problem with Ghostbusters-themed party, except some kids may be scared with it.

13. Napkin Crafts

Instead of using plain napkins, you can cut out the paper napkins out into a variety of fun shapes for kids as shown in the image above, just using scissors.

14. Miniature Gumball Machines

Miniature gumball machines are easy to make, of course with a bit of creativity. Round overturned terra-cotta pots can be used to make the base of the machine and round glass jars to form the top of the pots.

15. Cupcake Liner Garland

You don’t have to throw even the leftovers if you can use some imagination and in turn, you can have another brilliant way to decorate your kids’ birthday party. Leftover cupcake liners can be turned into a colorful garland. (Read more how to do it here.)

16. Wet and Wild Wipeout Party

This kind of party is really cool, literally. It can make any tot smile. This party filled with water obstacles, can be created bouncing balls, slippery slides and any other inventive ways to make sure the kids get wet, and thus cool.

17. Ribbon Mobile

Any kind of ribbon can used to make a mobile to decorate the party. This mobile could be hung over a table. All you have to do is to line the inside of a ring of embroidery loop with a double-sided tape, press the ribbons against the tape after folding and tie two ribbons to the opposite sides of the loop, to hang it on the ceiling.

18. Campfire Treat

In the summer, you can even celebrate birthday party with a camping treat. For this, you don’t even have to go very far away. You can set up tents in the backyard, organize a forager quest and tell ghost tales, around a campfire.

19. Balloon Doorway

The doorway can be decorated in a very attractive way by hanging balloons using threads at the end of the steamers.

20. A Football Party

Well, this is particularly targeted to the boys and specially, if he loves football. Nothing is likely to make a football-loving boy happier than organizing a football-themed birthday party for him.

21. Ribbon Lanterns

The ribbon lanterns as shown in the image above looks really beautiful and will surely light up the birthday party in every sense.

22. Woodland Wonderland

This elegant decoration scheme makes everyone at the dessert table feel as if they’re celebrating the birthday party in the woods. So, spare a thought to create Woodland Wonderland at the dessert table.

23. Decorate Cutlery

Who says the cutleries always have to be insipid? You can always use some paint to add a little spirit to your cutlery, especially for the wooden ones.

24. A Snow White Birthday Party

Well, this one particular is targeted for girls and especially if they’re in love with fairy tales. Using toxic sweetie apples, fabled cookies, embroidered cupcakes and ornamented mirrors, you can bring your girl’s wildest fairy-tale dream to life.

25. Piñata

A piñata is meant to be smashed apart which will overwhelm the kids with its contents, in the form of candies and tarts. This will surely lighten up the festive moment at the party.

26. Ribbon Wands

All the fun doesn’t have to end right at the party. The fun could be packed to the home of the guests as well by handing them over beautiful gifts. One such attractive gift might be homemade ribbon wands as shown above.

27. Balloon Confetti

Using confetti with balloons is another way to create a standout party. All this simple party decoration requires is filling balloons with confetti before blowing them up. Doesn’t the balloon with confetti look real cute?

28. Goldilocks and the Three Bears-Themed Birthday Party

Children love fairy tales and so storybook-themed birthday parties can be rally sweet. And, there’ll be very few things sweeter than the Goldilocks and the Three Bears-themed birthday party. You can create an almost-perfect bear family house scenario at your own place with the use of mystical details like chairs, bed, balloons and handmade desserts.

29. Candy Topiary

Well, this edible tree takes all imagination to the ultimate fairy-tale level. It will surely catch plenty of eyes and is sure to be the staple of the show

30. Painted Seats

With fun spray paint colors, you can decorate your plain seats by painting them in wide variety and shades of color to create a really cheerful environment. (Learn how to do it here.)

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