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Camo Birthday Party Ideas Plan

Camo themed birthday parties have always been the favorite of young boys who love being adventurous and responsible. These little hunters always aspire to become soldiers and fight against the enemy. For hosting a Camo theme party, creating the perfect military base environment is essential. From the invitation to the party favors, everything must make the kids live up their imagination. Camouflage is a birthday party theme that lends itself as a backdrop to festivities for celebrants of all ages. Young children, those in the preteen or teen years and even adults can enjoy various twists associated with a camo birthday party. It is important to recognize at least for children–that some parents may object to what appears to be a military theme. Parents whose circle of friends includes such moms or dads can scale down the militaristic aspects without losing the camo feature.

Here are some Camo Party Ideas that will help you to plan a thrilling party for your child’s birthday. Your invitation is the first indication that guests will have of the camo or hunting theme of your party. Send guests invitations that are printed on camouflage card stock. Another option is to use colored card stock with camouflage stickers or a camouflage tattoo. For an added touch, include the time on the invitation in military time. You may also want to ask guests to come dressed up in camouflage or army garb. A camping destination may provide an appropriate backdrop for your hunting themed party. Lakes, ponds, community parks or state parks provide other natural options. A banquet room may be available at a local hunting lodge, military museum or veterans’ center. With enough creativity, you can transform your living room or backyard into a hunting-themed space. Decorate the venue with camouflage-colored balloons, tablecloths and decorative paper. As an alternative, use brown, black, green and tan colored items for a similar effect. Tear up green and black butcher paper into small and large sections to form do-it-yourself tablecloths. Camouflage in more feminine colors is also available for girl birthday parties. Duck calls can hang around stair banisters or tree branches. Stream crepe paper from the ceiling or around rails. If the party is outside, prop up some tents for your guests and hang lanterns on branches. If the party is indoors, make centerpieces out of branches in galvanized buckets or bowls full of rocks, moss and pine cones. Cookie cutters can help you cut baked goods into ducks, trees, tractors or other shapes. Add some green and brown icing to finish them off. Another option is to serve foods that are the same colors as camouflage colors, such as vegetables. Present foods in trays to look like rations. Finish the event with a camo themed cake. Good luck.