Planning a toddlers birthday party can be tough. Their interests change daily and they always have an opinion. Here are ten foolproof themes that are sure to please even the pickiest preschooler!
Kiddos love anything with wheels, especially trains! Start off by inviting your guest to “climb aboard” using one of fotobooks train invitation templates. Add some great decorations and party themed food & drinks (think a beverage station to “wet your whistle”)!
Invite all of your favorite little princes and princesses to celebrate the grand occasion (proper attire encouraged, of course!). Be sure to provide crowns, frogs and everything that sparkles.
Kids love to dig, get dirty and build, build, build! Provide your guests with lots of tools, building materials and maybe even a little “dirt” cake to top it off.
Attention all mermaids and mermen! An Under the Sea theme party is a great way to incorporate water games and activities to your event. There are also a ton of great food ideas from your simple fish-shaped crackers to a little more elaborate croissant crab sandwiches.
There are a ton of great ways to throw a Dino-mite Dinosaur Party. Get ready for lots of roars and laughter!
Unicorns and dragons are making a huge comeback in the land of preschoolers. Knights, maidens, castles and rainbows…you truly can’t go wrong with this theme!
Gather up the team for a day full of fun! From baseball to hockey…basketball to soccer, a sports themed birthday party will be sure to tire out your little guests.
Tractors, hay bales, jeans and cowboy boots! Invite your favorite tiny farmers for a day at the farm. Farm animals, fruits and vegetables are other great ways to carry out this theme.
A superhero bash is a great way to celebrate a birthday…”Bam!” “Pow!” “Smash!”. Provide masks and or capes for an afternoon of crime fighting fun!
With or without clowns (I know that they’re not everyone’s favorites) a day at the circus can be a great back drop for your favorite toddler’s birthday. Think circus animals (animal crackers) and gymnastics (roll out a matte for some cartwheel practice).
No matter what your theme, be sure to remind your guests to upload all of their pictures into fotobooks app for years of memories!
Jill is a freelance writer with interests in family, food & entertaining. She lives in Pittsburgh, PA with her husband and two wildly rambunctious little boys.