DIY Birthday Party Ideas for the Perfectly Customized Event

DIY Birthday Party Ideas for the Perfectly Customized Event


Today’s times are all about DIY everything. From do it yourself home repairs to garden room, there are dozens of articles on the web for any topic. If you’re a proud parent and your child’s birthday is just around the corner, then you might have guessed that making their special day customized to the things they like the most is also an easy DIY project.

Birthdays only come once a year, so there’s a lot of pressure to make this one stands out as much as the last. Try out these b-day bash ideas and you’ll be the coolest parent on the block.

{{Printed Invitations}}

Even as texting and email become the prominent ways we communicate, invitations are an essential part of any celebration. You don’t need any photoshop skills to make DIY versions for your kid’s birthday bonanza. Instead, head online and find free printable cards to download with one click.

Don’t stop there. Using a little bit of decorative paper and glue, you can whip up some customized envelope lines that are sure to wow your child’s guests. If your scissor skills aren’t exactly noteworthy, there are several cheap options you can purchase.

{Candy and Cake}

If you have the time, there’s nothing quite like a homemade cake! Not only can you choose your child’s flavor and customize the frosting, you won’t have to worry about any allergens in the ingredients.

Picking up batches of delicious treats for a candy buffet is another great way to specialize this event. The table and decorations are entirely up to you, but finding unique candy for the event is as easy as heading over to http://www.sweetservices.com/pink-candy. If pink doesn’t fit the theme, check out all of the other amazing options they offer on the site.

{Warm Grub}

Pizza is easily the number one birthday food, but there’s nothing personal about just ordering one from the local delivery place. Instead, why not create your own pizza bites for the occasion? All you have to do is bake up mozzarella inside of pizza crust, chop it into bite sized-pieces, then serve it with warm marinara sauce.

{Winter Birthdays}

While a snow day doesn’t hold the same meaning for adults, there’s no denying that children love playing in the snow. If your child has a winter birthday, then do something unique by hosting the ultimate snowball fight, snowman building, igloo crafting competition. You’ll probably want something like a tiger fleece jacket to keep you warm, though.

{Games Galore}

Speaking of unique games for the party, coming up with unique ideas based on your child’s interests is easier than you might think. Superhero fans might enjoy teaming up with their friends to stop your diabolical plans to steal the birthday cake, while princesses might want to host the ultimate tea party.

Make sure to get the other parents in on the fun and have the children all on the same team. This way, everyone is included and there are no hurt feelings at the end of the day.

{Personalized Piñata}

Paper-mache is a simple DIY project that can be turned into nearly anything. No matter what your child loves, creating a piñata of it is a guaranteed hit. Plus, you can use some of the candy from your buffet table to fill it up.

Pro birthday tip: Mix in sparkly confetti with the candy to create a magical effect once the piñata is finally broke open.  

Nautical Party Here

Parties can be somewhat stressful, but if you have a plan, some good tips/ideas like above, and you are prepared, the outcome is so fun and so worth it. 

Thanks for stopping by the blog today. Jen


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