A Wild About Party Packs Spring Party Idea

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The sun is shining and the bulbs are blooming. Do you have a child ready for a birthday this spring?  Why not plan a green thumb birthday party to help welcome in the warmer weather and help celebrate them being one year older. This party idea can be a wonderful experience for the children letting them get a little or a lot dirty and have some hands on fun exploring Mother Nature. Here are some creative and unique ideas for a garden party.

Decorations: Of course a garden would be the ideal setting but relying on the spring weather can sometimes be challenge. Why not bring the outdoors in! A checkered table cloth and a vase of fresh flowers make for a springtime centerpiece. Make fun flower place settings for each child: Fill a mini terracotta pot with green jelly beans and a silk daisy and write the child’s name on with permanent craft pens.

Decorate the house with real flowers, silk flowers, tissue paper bouquets, flower pots, vegetables, nests, birds, and bird houses.

Food and Snacks: Fruits & Veggies: Serve a variety of cut-up fruits and vegetables skewered together on sticks. Offer fruit and veggie dips on the side…

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Lions, Tigers and Bears…Oh My!

Candace and Andrea from Wild About Party Packs bring you this fantastic party inspiration and a coupon giveaway, too!

 

Does your little monkey love animals? Then let them explore the jungle or safari with a wild animal Birthday Party! This party idea can accommodate all ages but more specifically the younger crowd and ones who are fascinated by animals. You can easily host this party at home or pack it up and head to a petting zoo or the wildlife park.

Invitations for this party can be as simple as a construction paper leaf or animal paw print that opens up to display your party details. Or if you have the time, try something a little more creative and make an invitation in the shape of an elephants head with large ears and a long trunk. The trunk and ears fold up and when opened it reveals the party’s info.

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A Little Inspiration and a Whole Lot Of Fun!: Wild About Party Packs Loot Bag Review

I love birthday parties.  They are such fun.  Good fun.  Good eats.  Good gift-giving.  Good gift-opening chaos (is it ever not?).  Then, often a little something to bring home to remember the fun and the giver.

Usually, the treat bags we get have candy and small toys that break

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A Perfect Un-Birth-Tea Party: Wild About Party Packs Review

I’m a detail girl.  I like all the little finishing touches, all the little extras.  It sometimes can cause added stress, I will admit it.  I like having things “just right”.  I’m sure that some of you are like that, too.  I like planning birthday parties for my kids and enjoy the little things that get put together.  However, I find that after the party is over I am simply exhausted.  A few weeks ago, I was given a sample party pack to review, from Wild About Party Packs and was very excited when I got it.  It was like a treasure chest – a treasure chest of little details!  The kids were climbing over my shoulders trying to peek inside, as though they knew there was something in it for them.  We don’t have any birthdays coming up in our family until June, so we decided to use a regular-any-old day and plan an Un-Birth-Tea Party!

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