November is the perfect month for birthday parties. Halloween is over and the Christmas season has yet to begin in earnest. Yes, Thanksgiving is fast approaching, but fear not. Parents looking for a theme for their child’s birthday in November. Outside of the Thanksgiving theme, you’re in luck!
Below are some great ideas for celebrating your special day. Whether it’s warm and cozy or outdoor winter fun that excites the kids, read on to find out how to make it memorable.
10/10 candy birthday party
According to the National Day Calendar, National Candy Day is November 4th. A candy-themed birthday party is also a great way to dispose of any Halloween candy that’s still lying around. Add giant candy decorations and a candy buffet to get this sugary party off to a great start. Kids can burn off their energy by going on a candy scavenger hunt or swinging on a candy-filled piñata. Find more ideas at Kara’s Party Ideas.
9/10 pool party
Want to stay warm in November? Stay at a hotel with a pool on your birthday. Book her one or two hotel suites after a fun night of swimming. Order your pizza and bring your cake. A great way to celebrate.
8/10 apple orchard party
Apple orchards are the quintessential autumn destination. Would you like to host a wonderful birthday party in the orchard? Please call the orchard in advance for more information on the food and beverages served at the orchard. Many orchards make apple cider and apple cider donuts. They are always big hits. Or ask if it’s okay to have a picnic there. A lot depends on the weather. Some orchards also offer party games. This could be his one of the most memorable birthdays of all.
7/10 cake party
National Cake Day is November 26th! Why celebrate with one flavored cake when there are so many? Layer cakes, cake pops, sheet cakes, whatever. There may be a cake decorating station. Everyone gets mini cakes to decorate. Feed the cake and don’t forget the frosting and sprinkles!
6/10 board game party
Collect $200 for this birthday party! Celebrate birthdays and National Monopoly Day (November 19th) with a board game party. All guests could bring their favorite games and everyone could play a round or two of each. Or visit Makezine to learn how to make a life-size board game.
5/10 indoor amusement park party
There are many amusement centers that can host great parties. Most people do all the planning too, so it’s pretty easy to relax and enjoy the party.
Arcade centers like Chuck E. Cheese make planning a birthday party a breeze. Various packages allow children to eat and play while others clean up.
: Most bowling centers offer a variety of birthday party packages, including bowling, rental shoes and, depending on the package, meals.
Kids will love the trampoline park, with private party rooms and jump times. Plus, you don’t have to worry about tiring the kids and keeping them entertained.
4/10 sesame street party
Elmo, Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch all say yes to this party. November 10th is Sesame Street Day, so why not celebrate with a Sesame Street theme? There are plenty of costume contests, game tricks, puppet shows, and more! Mom Creative has lots of great ideas for this too.
3/10 nacho party
Nacho Day is November 6th. Who doesn’t like nachos? Okay, who doesn’t like tacos? ‘Nacho Mean Party’ is the perfect addition to your party theme. With the right decorations to create your very own nacho/taco bar, it’s sure to be memorable.
2/10 cozy sleepover party
Kids love sleepovers! Invite all your friends to stay over at your house and stay up late. The great thing about birthday parties is that you don’t have to do a lot of prep work. Kids love popcorn, pizza, cake, and movies. Grab some decorations, order a pizza, and check out the latest movie app to see what’s streaming.
1/10 chocolate party
Chocolate Day is November 29th. Yes, we have a lot of great National Days in November. This is no exception. There are many delicious options for chocolate themed parties. Enjoy Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Death by Chocolate, a chocolate fondue party, or simply a hot chocolate bar. Kids will surely love this.
Sources: National Candy Day, Kara’s Party Ideas, Makezine, Chuck E. Cheese, The Mom Creative