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10 Birthday Parties Perfect for Boys

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When planning your boy’s birthday party, what sparks your imagination? Do you think about your son’s latest interest—that can change with the day of the week, you know—or do you go with something classically all-boy—or do you try to dream up something you’ve never seen before? Whatever way you go about it, I think visual inspiration is a terrific springboard.  You’re going to see some sweet ideas in this week’s round-up: puppy dogs and dinosaurs; bicycles and baseball; minions and racecars; a trash bash; and vintage gold and green. And for you Yanks, notice the awesome 4th of July celebration, too!

Birthday Parties for Boys


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MY FAVORITE BOY PARTIES FROM AROUND THE NEIGHBORHOOD THIS WEEK

Boy's Jurrassic Park Themed Birthday Party
1. From Q Favors via Creative Party Place: Boy’s Jurassic Park Birthday Party Theme – Party-goers were treated to an experience at this celebration. Young guests didn’t have to use their imaginations to believe they’d been transported to a real Jurassic Park!

Boy's Bike Themed Birthday Party
2. From Ammie via Design Dazzle: A Boy’s Bicycle Themed 9th Birthday Party – The guests brought their own bikes and helmets. Everyone had fun with bike ramps and ride-thru sprinklers at a really cool (and economical) birthday celebration.

Mint and Gold Baby Shower
3. From GreyGrey Designs: Mint and Gold Baby Shower – Brittany designed this lovely Sip and See party with several vintage pieces. Her imaginative decorating created a wonderful atmosphere for family and friends to meet new baby.

Baseball Themed Baby Shower
4. From MKR Creations via Hostess With the Mostess: Baseball Themed Baby Shower – This sweet set-up was also for a baby shower but it would be great for a boy’s birthday party, too. I especially like the cake and the picture of new-dad-to-be as the table backdrop.

Dispicable Me Minion Themed Boy's Birthday Party
5. From Jenny via The Party Wagon: Despicable Me Minion Birthday Party Ideas – Who doesn’t want their own minion?  At least you can have your own minion themed party!

Little Boy's Puppy Themed Birthday Party
6. From The Candy Shop via Creative Party Place: Little Boy’s Puppy Themed Birthday Party – Wiggly little puppies and wiggly little boys just seem to go together! Both are celebrated at this cutie.

MY FAVORITE BOY BIRTHDAY PARTIES FROM OUR BLOG THIS WEEK

boy's race-car 4th birthday party
7. From Treat Boutique via Spaceships and Laser Beams:  Race Car Boy’s 4th Birthday Party – Racing car colors, a great cake and an official-looking pit lanyard surely garner grins from the birthday boy.

boys trash pack inspired birthday party
8. From Sensationally Sweet Events via Spaceships and Laser Beams: Boy’sTrash Pack-Inspired Birthday Party – Don’t let the word “trash” scare you away; this boy party has enough bright color and funny faces to please anyone!

Give a Dog a Donut Boy's Birthday Party
9. From Creative Designs by Toni via Spaceships and Laser Beams: Give a Dog a Donut Birthday Party – Here’s an adorable birthday celebration filled with the fun details that make this book (and this party) so special!

Puppy Themed Boy's Birthday Party
10. From WH Hostess via Spaceships and Laser Beams: Puppy Themed Boy’s Birthday Party – Dog-gone cute? You bet! This puppy-themed celebration covers all the fine points of a party with delightful style.

AND DON’T MISS THIS SPECTACULAR 4TH OF JULY CELEBRATION

Nautical Themed 4th of July Party

From Banner Events via Spaceships and Laser Beams: Nautical Themed 4th of July Celebration – Not only does Jen know how to write about a party, she knows how to put one together in grand style! Be sure to check out her creative suggestions for throwing a patriotic bash.

MY FAVORITE PINS THIS WEEK

  • CARDBOARD HOUSE :: Here’s a great project—imagination, arts and crafts, recycling and rainy day fun—all in one!
  • SIX WAYS TO PAINT A ROCK :: Kids often like to collect rocks. Here’s something to do with some of them.
  • ROCKET SHIP PINATA :: This would be a fun cut and paste project with the kids. Another plus is this piñata has a “trap door” so it can be used more than once.

What’s your favorite boy party idea this week?

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Stephanie Keeping

Stephanie is in love with a boy named Sam. He has taught her that it's okay to jump first and look later, to wear a dirty shirt to the park and to decide that today is a good day to take a nap in your rubber boots. She hangs out here blogging at Spaceships and Laser Beams and at our printable party shop on Etsy.