Carnival theme party is a good entertaining and fun party idea for adults, teens, kids, or babies. Carnival themed birthday parties are popular right now, and for good reason. They make great outdoor events, they’re fun, and they’re easy to host. With winter almost behind us, the weather is just right to start planning for a spring or summer birthday. A carnival themed party is a perfect party theme for both boys and girls and works with kids of all ages. There is an abundance of ideas for activities, food, and decor. Not to mention that the theme lends itself well to DIY projects. Carnival themed birthday party can be the best choice if you are about to hold your first lovely child birthday party on their first age after birth. It would not get any troublesome, both on you as her or his parent or for your child, yet because the simple concept itself.
The very first step before you are going to choose this theme as your birthday party is make a clear concept as you can. You do not want to get any headache or panic attacked on the middle of your preparation, make it all becomes so clear, before you go to any near store to buy the stuff you need for the party. For example, make sure that you have already chosen the basic theme or the basic color to be worn on the party. Give out big admission tickets as carnival theme party invites. Once they see how cool your party invitations are! Guests will be so excited to attend your carnival theme party. Great use bright colors to liven up to look. The typical carnival colors are red, white, blue, yellow, and green. Set up an eating area with a canopy, tables, and chairs. Spruce up your party tables by using a bright colored table cloth. Solid tableware goes great! The best solid colors for this theme are blue, white, red, yellow, or green. Don’t forget the cutlery and utensils that match. Top it off by using a carnival themed table centerpiece of a little clown or elephant. Hang streamers and helium balloons around entertainment areas. You have endless choices for games, and most of them can be made at home on a dime. Activities like magnetic fishing, squirt gun targets, clothespin drop, ball toss, and temporary tattoos are a few ideas kids love. Just don’t forget the prize booth! Simple things like gumballs, bouncy balls, and rubber bracelets are sure to please, but the options are endless. Now that you know what you need for a carnival themed birthday celebration, it’s time to start planning.