A Peppa Pig themed party makes for a very happy little scene. It’s a dream come true for most children aged 4 and under. Peppa Pig is a lovable cartoon character on Nick Jr and is a favorite among kids. With the large amount of viewers that watch Peppa Pig on Nick Jr, and moms and dads that want to keep their kids happy, it’s only natural that Peppa Pig birthday parties are now a thing in the states and will continue to be a thing for years to come. For Peppa Pig theme birthday party, we need to take a step back and absorb the Peppa Pig World and all that it entails. It’s not just a cartoon you know. There actually is a Peppa Pig World, it is part of Paultons Family Theme Park located on the edge of the New Forest in Hampshire. Think of it as a Six Flags Over Texas for Peppa and family.
Party decorations covers a broad range of supplies such as birthday banners, tableware, balloons, confetti and so much more. Whether it’s for a birthday, anniversary or graduations, party banners can help make your event the best it can be. No party is complete without balloons. And as far as kids are concerned, the more balloons the better. Where there are cakes, there are candles. The tradition of putting candles on a birthday cake can be traced back to the Ancient Greek and German cultures, and are equally important in the birthday celebrations of the present. So carry on the tradition, and also amuse the kids by putting Peppa Pig Party Candles instead of the regular ones. Here are some tips for you to decorate your party with Peppa Pig theme. Garlands can be draped across walls to make various designs. Crepe Paper is the cheapest and the fastest way to decorate. Attach it to one corner of the room and gently twist it as you drape it to the other side of the room. Repeat until you have crepe draping from all four corner, attaching all 4 streamers in the middle of the room. You can also just keep them hanging around. They also go with the “Happy Birthday” sign. Curling ribbons are perfect for tying to balloons. You can also use them to create curly cues or dangles from light fixtures and doorways. Craft paper, or butcher paper, can be used to cover the walls. Sprinkle some confetti on any table to instantly dress it up. A piñata is also a blast for the kids. Good luck.