34 Monster Birthday Party Ideas
Whether you’re looking for a boy birthday party idea or hoping for a summer time fun party theme, a colorful Monster Bash will leave ’em screaming for more! Silly monsters only exist in the imagination so dessert table and party decorations can roll off in any direction you want. Use spare parts for supplies, bake a goofy cake with eyes, get those invitations out and you’re ready for a monstrously good time! Be sure to check out some of our favorite party haunts around the neighborhood for suggestions to thrill everyone with silly fun.
- Monster Cupcakes – Here’s a colorful addition to any monster-themed dessert table; you could also use this idea for an activity station.
- Monster Brownie Cake Balls – Shindig Diva shares a terrific way to make monsters with no mistakes!
34 Monster Birthday Party Ideas
1. From Spaceships and Laser Beams: Monster Circus
Every color of the rainbow was at our circus! Monster stilt walkers, trapeze artists and the clown troupe all show up on our dessert table full of fun ideas that started with our Monster Fest Collection.
2. From GreyGrey Designs: Loch Ness Monster Birthday Party
Brittany always amazes me with creative concepts and superb execution of ideas. You’ll love the winsome monster, food and serving ideas! The Loch Ness Monster cupcake holder is especially clever.
An orange FUR (faux) table covering, a marvelous hanging backdrop and monsters on the drinking glasses are just a few of my favorites at this fun spot.
After seeing this party, I cannot imagine any monster party without these darling monster chairs! You’ll also see an eyeball chandelier and table decorating monsters made from dollar store sponges!
Great set-up! I love the woodland scene and the birthday cake looks wonderful inside and out.
The coloring wall of monster characters is a brilliant idea! See especially cute favor ideas here, too.
Even the rock candy and marshmallows have eyes for you at this party! Of course, you’ll see zaps of color and pick up terrific monster ideas here.
Black and white polka dots really make the bright monster colors pop! Take a look at this stylish celebration.
Hanging paper party balls, stripes and of course, monsters, make up a fun play environment. Find activity ideas for the younger crowd, too.
Color blocking on this monstrous party table is so effective! Love the party hat-wearing monster on top of the cake; the pedestal is awesome, too. Yarn-wrapped frames starring little monsters are cute.
Bright orange, blue, green and yellow were used to arrest attention and delight small guests. Monsters on the cakes, decorations and handmade favors were too silly to scare!
The Furry Foto booth has to be one of the best I’ve seen. Favor cones are especially celebratory and of course the colorful energy is great.
Four-foot-tall monsters would certainly thrill short little kids! Color AND texture were used to create this party environment.
14. From Danielle via Spaceships and Laser Beams: Monsters University Birthday
Clever details and cheery color build on the fun characters from the Disney world of Monsters University. This party loving mom really wows us!
15. From Kate Bogot Photography: Ben’s Birthday Party
This party gets my “Best Monster Party Hat” award! Great cake, too; a twin paper mache version stands out on the guest table.
All of the monsters are smiling at this party – and there are a lot of ’em! Place settings, serving dishes and photo props all have funny little monster adornments.
Just imagine a room full of kidlets wearing these eyeball hats! HA! See lots of friendly little monsters wearing their best party colors.
18. From Shindig Diva via Pizzazzerie: The Birthday Monster
A watermelon monster, wrapped mummy hot dogs and an awesome orange monster cake fill up a fun party table.
Purple and orange are the starring colors at this delightful party. A purple and green layered cake with orange marshmallow pops on top is especially fun.
See another really cute cake here. I really liked the “monster factory” idea for a craft station, too.
Even the table has become a monster at this delightful celebration! I love the collection of containers at the beverage station. All the party monsters seem to be cheering for a happy time!
Chevron and stripes work well with bright pops of solid colors. The photo display beautifully utilized the play environment at this sweet party.
23. From Spaceships and Laser Beams: Monster Themed Boy’s Birthday
Our Monster Fest Collection is used in yet another way; I particularly like the way the framed monsters look like a family gallery behind the dessert table! A fun cake and raspberry and orange fruit monsters add a lot to the table, too.
24. From Stationery Scoop: 3rd Birthday Monster Party
The aqua, yellow and brown décor is a departure from the usual party brights. Great cake!
Subtract the Halloween elements and you still have a great monster bash. Dimensional monsters add an interesting element. Watch out for the fur covered guest table — there are monsters over there!
A sweet book and a delightful party theme – doesn’t it make you giggle just to think of the tickles?
Here’s another colorful, imaginative birthday celebration full of festive details and it is not really scary at all!
I love the funny cake with eye stalks!
29. From Amy Griffin via Project Nursery: Monster 1st Birthday
A welcoming committee of monsters is a super idea. Kleenex box monsters-cum-cutlery work for me – and the cake is awesome!
Blue, green and purple decorate the party monsters here. Especially noteworthy is the cake feature.
Using an eyeball ring as a napkin holder is a new idea! Using scrapbook paper for placemats gives guest place settings an extra dose of color.
32. From Morkiraz via Project Nursery: Aren’s 1st Birthday
An amusing veggie display and monster sandwiches caught my attention immediately. Blue and green monsters somehow seem more civilized!
Even the little birthday boy gets dressed as King of the Wild Things at this party!
34. From Malu Locacao Para Festas via Kara’s Party Ideas: Monster Party
Here’s a monster of a monster party! This one is also done in color blocking and it is filled with colorful candies, little monsters and details to excite your imagination.
If you’re getting ready for a monster-themed boy’s birthday party, check out these ideas as well…
- Monster Craft Activity Project Party Perfect shows how to make mini monsters from plastic eggs.
- Sully Cup How-To Project Party Perfect transforms a plastic cup into one of Sullys relatives.
- Mike Wazowski Treats Easy treats to make and a pleasure to taste!
- Sully Treats Sully joins the party, too.
Plus, don’t miss Purple Monster Snacks for Kids…
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