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10 Boys Birthday Party Ideas I Love This Week

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Are you looking for more boy birthday party ideas? We’ve got ‘em! My favorites this week include a couple of unusual ideas (angry birds at the beach (!) and a gingerbread house building) as well as more familiar, beloved themes like teddy bears, pirates, bugs and fire trucks. A bowling party, a campout or an army bootcamp theme might be just the thing for the athletic crowd. Harry Potter and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT) snag the imagination of many a fan-boy.

10 Awesome Themes for a Boys Birthday Party


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MY FAVORITE BOY BIRTHDAY PARTIES AROUND THE NEIGHBORHOOD

Boys Birthday Party Ideas - Retro Bowling Theme

1.) From Nomie and Naatje via Little Big Company: Retro Bowling Party – Red, aqua, black and white combine to produce a 50’s style bowling theme. Crisp graphics produce great visual appeal. Especially interesting is the tall, slender cake and cake pops that look like miniature bowling balls.

Boys Birthday Party Ideas - Pirate Theme

2.) From Mimi’s Dollhouse via Hostess with the Mostess: Swashbuckling Pirate Party – A perennial favorite of boys everywhere, this pirate themed birthday party was done in red, white and black stripes and polka dots. A terrific dessert table with a captain’s hook, a ship’s wheel and all things pirate includes canon ball cake pops, gold doubloon chocolates and crunchy bone pretzels. Shiver me timbers!

Boys Birthday Party Ideas - Angry Birds Beach Theme

3.) From Simply Tale via Kara’s Party Ideas: Angry Birds Beach Party – Here’s an unusual combo with lots of fun color. The detailed cake with sunshine, palm trees, angry birds and sea creatures is certainly worth looking at; be sure to notice the angry bird octopus!

4.) From Strawberry Mommycakes via Amy Atlas: Gingerbread House Party – Here’s a terrific idea for a Christmas season birthday party! Each young guest has his own gingerbread house to embellish while enjoying holiday decorations. Bowls of candies are ready to be sacrificed for art’s sake—or to be consumed by young artists. Ho, ho, ho…merry, merry!

5.) From From the Heart Events via Catch My Party: 10th Birthday Army Boot Camp – If your boy has a hero heart that wants to conquer, this party might appeal to you. A command post tent, mess hall and obstacle course with camouflage trimmings have an authentic appearance. Activities include an Army truck bounce house, build your own marshmallow shooter rifle and a scavenger hunt.

Boys Birthday Party Ideas - Teddy Bear Theme

6.) From Hello Love Designs via Kara’s Party Ideas: Vintage Bear 1st Birthday Party – This is a darling party that happily celebrates with charm while eschewing extravagance. Dots, checks and birthday pennants team with teddy bear “cubcakes”, bits of honey candy and teddy bear grahams to produce a sweet first birthday.

Boys Birthday Party Ideas - Bug Theme

7.) From Prop Shop Boutique via The Party Wagon: Bug Birthday Party – Awww…cute! Fresh air, sunshine and friendly little bug critters combine in this fun party. Smiling bugs crawl up the cake and over the cupcakes and land on cookies, too. I also like the clever favor idea here.

MY FAVORITE BOY BIRTHDAY PARTY POSTS ON THE BLOG THIS WEEK:

Boys Birthday Party Ideas - Harry Potter Theme

8.) From Smarty Parties: Harry Potter Themed Sixth Birthday Party — There are magical touches in every area of this unique DIY Harry Potter party. Make sure to check out the Potions class ideas plus take a peek at the incredible Hedwig cake.

9.) From Queen of Tarts and Dimple Prints: Boy’s Fireman Themed Birthday Party – Stripes and dots in red and white, with accents of aqua, create a feast of visual energy for any little guy enamored of fire trucks. Be sure to check out this bright and happy boy birthday party.

Boys Birthday Party Ideas - Camping Theme

10.) From Homespun Hostess: Camping Themed Boy Birthday Party – Who says you have to leave home for a campout? This party is full of good, old-fashioned fun to be found right in your own backyard. Great party activities and lots of plaid combine for retro camping at its’ best.

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Since we’ve entered the greatest gift-giving season, I guess I’m thinking of ways to surprise dear ones. You too? Then be sure to look at these terrific gift giving helps.

1.) Fun Mailing Ideas :: Here are several ways to say “I’m thinking of you” without spending lots of moola and you’re sure to cheer postal workers at the same time!

2.) 50 Wrapping Paper Ideas :: See a variety of methods to wrap a present; some are simple, some are mini works of art—they’re all wonderful!

3.) Wine Glass Ornament :: This is a fun, vintage style ornament to gift…or keep for your own tree.

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P.S. For five awesome birthdays in one post, check out these Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles party ideas.

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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.