4 Favourite Party Themes Based on Children’s Books
In the last couple of years we have seen a trend of party themes that are based on unique ideas, animals and even cultural references. Themes that celebrates birth like TikTok Birthday parties, Flamingo’s and using a simple colour as a theme like shades of pink have become the norm in the last couple of years.
But if we go back 20 or 25 years the party themes that were hot in the 90s and early 2000’s were all based on popular children’s books and fairytales. Today we are going back to a simpler time and reminiscing on our favourite old school party themes that were based on beloved Children’s books:
Alice in Wonderland
Generations of people have long cherished the timeless tale of Alice in Wonderland. Kids that enjoy adventure and imaginative stories will most certainly enjoy an Alice in Wonderland-themed party. You can arrange a lavish tea party and adorn the space with big mushrooms, toadstools, and other allusions to the narrative. Encourage visitors to play “Who Stole the Tarts?” or “Follow the White Rabbit” and dress up as their favourite characters.
The Little Mermaid
Kids who enjoy the beach, mermaids, and singing will love a Little Mermaid-themed party. Decorated with sea life, coral, and shells, you may create a stunning underwater world. Encourage visitors to dress as mermaids or other sea creatures by playing games like “Pin the Tail on the Mermaid” or “Pass the Conch Shell.”
A Harry Potter-themed party is perfect for Children who enjoy magic and exploration. You can set up your room such that it resembles Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, complete with brooms and floating candles. Invite visitors to dress up as their preferred fictional characters, such Harry, Hermione, or Ron. Play games like “Wizard Duel” or “Who’s the Imposter?” and play games like “Quidditch.”
No list of party themes is complete without the all time party favourite that took the Birthday scene by storm – Frozen. Kids love the movie Frozen, so throwing a party with a Frozen theme is guaranteed to be a hit. You can use snowflakes, icicles, and other movie props to embellish the space. Invite visitors to dress up as their preferred characters, such as Olaf, Elsa, or Anna. Have a “Build a Snowman” contest and compete in who can identify the most characters from the animated film “Frozen.”
We hope you enjoyed our list of favourite Kids Party themes based on popular kids books, if you are planning a Birthday bash you can’t go wrong with these popular and well known themes.