A baby’s first birthday is such a big milestone that some parents want to give it their all. For others, however, it doesn’t make sense to throw a big bash because their babies are too small to understand and participate in the festival.
You don’t have to spend tons of money or countless hours to prepare a big party for your baby’s first birthday. Use these ideas to host a cute party from the comfort of your own home. All you need is themed decorations, delicious food and creative activities.
11/11 wonderland first birthday
If you want a feminine theme for your baby girl’s birthday, throw her a “Wonderland” themed soiree like this. happy baby Suggest. The great thing about this idea is that it can be oriented in many different directions.go for Alice and Wonderland Create a winter wonderland if you want a tea party or if your baby was born in a snowy month.
10/11 first year around the sun
It takes the earth one year to revolve around the sun. To celebrate, throw a sunshine-themed birthday with yellow decorations and food.
9/11 Aloha everyone!
If you want to go on a trip for your baby’s 1st birthday but you don’t have any plans, go to the tropics. Pick up tropical-themed decorations like leis for party favors and umbrellas for drinks. Provide a children’s pool so your young guests can pretend to enjoy the ocean.
8/11 Wonder the Sea Party
Darling Celebrations especially if your birthday girl or boy little mermaid. Consider picking up mermaid-themed décor at your local 100-yen shop or craft store and offering themed seafood selections (if no one is allergic).
For activities, consider setting up a kiddie pool so kids can pretend to be under the ocean, or a fishing section with toy sticks and plastic fish.
7/11 hole in one
Parents who love golf will love this idea. Have your baby have a golf-themed party and play the words “hole-in-one.” Go all out with themed decorations and themed cakes. You can even pick up a pack of plastic golf clubs for toddlers, so your child can develop a love of the game for years to come.
6/11 art attack
If you’re having trouble thinking of age-appropriate activities, set up an art station. Kids of all ages love arts and crafts, including 1 year olds.
For example, set up a finger painting station with a large white blanket that all the kids can help with painting. Or, hand out individual pieces of paper to create your own masterpiece. You can print free coloring books from websites such as Crayola.
5/11 baby’s first bee day
If you like the idea of creating a theme around cute wordplay, use a bee-themed bash. After all, it’s your baby’s first “bee day”! Use black and yellow decorations and food to keep you on point. Consider printing out a bee-themed coloring page to provide an easy activity for children of all ages.
4/11 wild one
Your baby isn’t far from toddlerhood, so celebrate their wild and feisty nature with a ‘Wild One’ birthday celebration. Either way, have a banner (or a birthday cake) that says “Happy Birthday, Wild One” so people know your theme.
3/11 Disney-themed bash
pretty my party We recommend throwing a Disney-themed party for your baby’s first birthday, especially if you want to take him to the most magical places on earth right away.
Your baby may not know the theme of the party, but chances are they’ve already seen a Disney movie or two. This is a classic party theme for kids of all ages that will stand the test of time. It’s easy to find Disney-themed decorations, and for an easy party activity, throw in classic Disney movies for your young guests.
2/11 favorite book party
If you want a theme that reflects your baby’s interests, consider using your favorite books as inspiration. For example, if you like “The Very Hungry Caterpillar”, have a bug-themed party with related decorations and activities. You can take different routes with this idea. All you need is a little creativity.
1/11 have a dance party
Babies may not be able to walk at 1 year old, but if you find that they love interacting with music, this is a great idea. Create a dance-themed party with a curated list of your favorite children’s songs and use music-themed decorations.
For activities, encourage older children to throw a dance party or set up a karaoke station.
Sources: Happiest Baby, Darling Celebrations, Crayola, Pretty My Party,