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Top 5 Winter Birthday Party Themes for Kids!

Updated: Jan 24

A birthday party is a special occasion for any child, and there are countless ways to make it a memorable experience, but sometimes it can be difficult to think of ideas when you have to stay inside during the winter months. Here are 5 themes perfect for the winter months:


1.) A character themed party: Children love costumes and dress-up, so why not choose a theme for the party and have everyone dress up accordingly? Some popular themes include superheroes, princesses, and pirates. You could also choose a favorite movie or TV show as a theme, such as Frozen or Paw Patrol. You can even invite character impersonators. We have hundreds!

We have a great selection of characters. Here our Paw Patrol impersonators "saved the day"!

2.) A craft party: Children love to get creative, so why not have a craft party? Provide materials for the children to make their own party favors, such as decorating their own t-shirts or making their own masks. We have our spin art stations for t-shirts and paper to create custom works of art.




3.) A cooking party: Children love to help out in the kitchen, so why not have a cooking party? Provide all the ingredients for a simple recipe, such as pizzas or cupcakes, and let the children help with the preparation and decorating. You can add to the fun with concessions and have the kids make their our pucker powder treats. We also have snow cone machines, cotton candy machines, classic popcorn poppers and more!




4.) A sports party: Set up a mini sports tournament with games like electronic basketball, foosball, or table tennis. You could also have a scavenger hunt or obstacle course to keep the kids active and engaged.




5.) A magic party: Children love magic and illusion, so why not hire one of our magicians to entertain the guests? This can be a great way to add excitement to the party and keep the kids entertained.




No matter what type of party theme you choose, the most important thing is to make it fun and memorable for the birthday child and their guests. Be sure to involve the birthday child in the planning process and make sure to include activities that they will enjoy. With a little bit of creativity and planning, you can create a birthday party that the kids will remember for years to come.

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