10 Awesome Boy Birthday Party Ideas I Love this Week
What fun to see how everyone is celebrating with boy birthday party ideas this week! Incorporating fabulous decorations and party supplies, there are some wonderful dessert tables in this collection laden with cakes, cupcakes, treats and favors galore. Even during the busy holiday season, Moms make time to honor their boy-joys! There are some wonderful Christmas season birthday ideas as well as also great themes for boys birthdays including dinosaurs, Lego ninjagos, super heroes, Despicable Me, fire trucks, camping and, even, a pool party. Come take a quick tour of my neighborhood favorites this week!
- Last Week’s 10 Favorite Boys Birthday Party Ideas
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My favorite Boy Birthday Party Ideas in the neighborhood this week:
1. From Burgundy Event Coordinating via Hostess With the Mostess: Kicking it Ninjago Style Ninjago, part of the Lego collection, is a popular party theme that celebrates with Japanese customs. This party looks rather exotic and sophisticated. Unique menu items, a dragon piñata and a tea bar with Asian inspired cookies are interesting features.
2. From The Sweet Society via Party Inspirations: Come and Make a Splash Pool Party Held at an aquatic center down under, this birthday party was for a 10-year-old boy. Refreshing shades of aqua and white look like water and waves; hits of yellow reference sunshine ahhh!
3. From Emotion via Hostess With the Mostess: Dinosaur Party A pair of winsome dinos pose on a delightful birthday cake for a pair of brothers. Dinosaurs hatching from cupcakes are especially cute. Although the dino characters are non-scary simple, this is an elaborate celebration with lots of detail.
4. From Festa Com Glamour via Karas Party Ideas: Despicable Me 7th Birthday Oh, what good cheer! Lots of color, but yellow and white star at this party. Look for the fun cake, cupcakes and an impressive array of treats in this partys details.
5. From The Pear Events via Pizzazzerie: Santas Little Helper Party A miniature North Pole dessert table includes sweet cupcakes, an edible snowbunny hill, a gingerbread house and more. As Santas helpers, party guests painted ornaments to share with those who might need decorations; nice touch!
6. From Piggy Bank Parties via Pretty My Party: Build a Party With Enchanted Elves Although I love how paper plates and paper lanterns were used to create a clever party table backdrop, my favorite idea at this party is the build-a-treat placemats; what fun for kids! This terrific holiday celebration only costs about $30amazing!
7. From Cutie Putti Paperie via Hostess With the Mostess: Cute and Clever Santas Workshop Birthday Party This is Santas toy workshop interpreted in sweets: way cute! Theres a darling North Pole backdrop and an impressive array of treats for celebrating a Christmas season birthday. I especially like the North Pole cupcakes.
My favorite Boys Birthday Party Ideas on the blog this week:
8. From Print and Cut Printables: Santas Workshop Kids Christmas Party This wonderful Christmas season birthday party celebrated one fortunate little birthday boy AND jumpstarted the Christmas holiday for party guests. I really like the idea of a breakfast buffet; lots of great details produced delightful decorations.
9. From Modern Moments Designs: Fire Truck Themed 3rd Birthday Party The entire set-up of the dessert table and favors is fantastic. Find lots of note-worthy decorative details here! My favorite idea is the exceptional chalkboard style backdrop.
10. From Party Wishes: Superhero Themed Birthday Party for 4-year-old Boys This theme is a favorite with moms cause its so often a favorite with boys! In this large gathering of super beings, find lots of birthday bright color and fun costumes. An especially unique idea that is included in this party is the superhero crash corner for recharging super powers.
MY FAVORITE PINS THIS WEEK:
With kids home for Christmas break, you might need some fun holiday projects to keep them happily busy. Add these three ideas to your list!
Christmas Finger Puppets :: Use felt, scissors and glue to create cute little figures. When the kids are finished, they can use their imaginations to make up stories for more play.
A Reindeer Ornament :: A childhood favorite keepsake made from popsicle stickssimple and fun!
Origami Christmas Tree :: If your kids are able to use scissors, making this fold and cut Christmas decoration will be a fun project.