Your child’s first birthday comes with many expectations.After all, it is of The first birthday party — an event well documented and whose memories will be cherished for years to come (seriously, these are the pictures you’ll look back on). As important as this milestone is, the best 1st birthday party ideas are usually the simplest. This event is primarily for you and the friends and family who have helped you in his first year as a parent and of course you in posterity. So pick a 1st birthday theme that sounds fun together and enjoy one of the few birthdays where you don’t have to entertain little guests. Think about it… next year you will be shopping for her 2-year-old.
1. Winnie the Pooh
Winnie the Pooh was created with the theme of a 1st birthday. While the books themselves serve as easy and functional decorations, these precious art prints can be hung in a boy’s or girl’s room after their birthday. There are always name banners, cake toppers, and onesies too.
2. The Very Hungry Caterpillar
One of the difficulties when choosing a theme for a 1st birthday is that the 1 year old is not yet interested. But the book offers a perfect theme with nostalgia. Keep your kids entertained during the party by reading classic books. This lantern decoration serves as the perfect backdrop, and his leaf-shaped serving he tray adds fun to your snack display.decorate for celebration The Very Hungry CaterpillarThemed paper plates, cups, napkins or tablecloths. Don’t forget your invitation!
3. Where the Wild Things Are
If there was one word to describe your child’s first year of life, it would probably be wild. Consider ordering from Decorations. Or DIY with a cake topper made from a good old construction paper crown and decorate with strategically placed greens. Chocolate-covered pretzel rods look like sticks, and gold balloons and book copy tie the theme together.
4. Brunch themed
Like we said, your kids won’t remember the party, so better do something they love. Perfect for All you need is her mix of pancakes and some balloons (these flamingo balloons are party store priced). To add a personal touch, use this photo banner to display photos from each month of your baby’s life. If you’re still not satisfied with the decoration side, there are plenty of highchair decorations, such as this pink one, and this colorful version with a matching birthday hat. Perfect for serving mimosas. This first birthday paper goodies set keeps cleanup to a minimum.
5. Strawberry patch
Dress the birthday girl or boy in a pink or red dress and serve with strawberry shortcake or chocolate coated strawberries.Another easy way to get your theme across is to serve snacks in these pink paper berry baskets and send guests home with favors of these functional hair ties. When First birthday themed highchair decorations, banners, lantern decorations and cake toppers are available at the click of a finger.
6. Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
This childhood favorite makes for the sweetest gender-neutral theme. Check out this decoration and cake topper for inspiration. For decor that you won’t want to throw away as soon as the party is over, try these star and moonlight signs that double as cozy night lights.
7. Rubber duck
Turn any nightly chore into the most adorable first birthday theme with these banners and balloons and this highchair topper. provides themed entertainment.
If your baby was born in October and you tend to name your pets, you will love this theme. This pumpkin-themed first birthday highchair her topper in pink and brown will look festive whether the birthday girl or boy is just crying and tossing her Cheerios. There are many options when it comes to cake toppers, such as this “one” or this “little pumpkin”. Featuring 12 numbered pumpkins, this banner is the perfect opportunity to showcase your monthly baby pictures. This set of ready-made decorations sets an elegant color scheme with relatively little effort, while these photo booth props add interactive fun.
9. Music themed
The music theme is perfect as it is one of the few activities that a 1 year old can participate in. Grab your baby’s set of musical instruments and maracas for festive entertainment, or play your favorite tunes to soothe your adult ears. room. Bonus: they’re not old enough to play a drum set yet. Of course, there are plenty of ready-made decorations to really bring the theme home, from cupcake toppers to inflatable guitars and microphones to musical balloons.
10. Baby Shark
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11. Cookie Monster
What’s a first birthday without cartoon characters and dessert consumption? Not everyone wants to be a part of it, that’s for sure. You can easily do it with Of course, if you give your mouse/new parent a cookie theme, chances are they’ll be tempted by this onesie, personalized banner, highchair banner/crown/cake topper combination, or cookie pinata.
12. Humpty Dumpty
Start with a soft color scheme to create a space where guests can play with toys like this Humpty Dumpty plush toy, read a book or listen to fairy tales. For food, try Humpty’s Dumpty Deviled Eggs or his White Pops, a cake dipped in her chocolate and adorned with a friendly face.
13. Chika Chika Boom Boom
This fun and educational childhood favorite puts the perfect twist on the classic luau party. Decorate all your favorite baked goods with these letter sprinkles and display a copy of your beloved book. This inflatable palm tree hints at a story, especially with construction paper lettering. The story takes place in a palm tree, so wrap up the theme with this Tropical His party pack that includes Ray and Coconut Cups.
This simple theme lends itself to lovely decorations that you may struggle to part with once the party is over. Let’s make For DIY decoration, tape a number 1 on the canvas and then paint with watercolors. When the tape is peeled off, a white “1” appears, perfect for presents and cake table decorations. Let your little guests show their creative side with these painting sets. If you really want it all out, put your baby in a tiny beret. A striped shirt and tie are optional.
Though scary for kids (and adults), bumblebees make for the cutest 1st birthday theme. Start with this “Happy Bee Day” balloon set or this adorable burlap banner and stop scaring bumblebee cakes with these cupcake her wrappers. For even more fun, include a bumblebee pinata and a bee-themed photo background. Black and yellow balloons and paper goods with black and white stripes or polka dots make things cute and festive.
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