Birthday Party Ideas for Girls

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If your little girl is like most, she loves wearing daddy’s shoes, playing with dolls, and dressing up. When it’s her birthday she reminds you frequently, waiting for the attention of her loving parents. She already has her list of birthday presents and friends to invite. If she’s not as vocal about her birthday, she’s great at leaving not-so-subtle hints. If you are looking to do something special for her this year you’ve come to the right place for birthday party ideas for girls.

Places and Themes for Birthday Girls

  • Her favorite restaurant

Lots of restaurants cater or have carryout if you are looking to have the party at home. Catering or carryout can be less expensive than going to the restaurant if you are on a tight budget. If you do have the party at the restaurant give them advance notice so that you can bring your own cake and have them hide it in the back.

  • Roller-skating or ice skating

There are lots of fun parties at roller-skating or ice skating rinks. Find out how many guests are attending the party to get estimates on how much it might cost to host the party there. Find out if they allow outside food or if they provide food.

  • Costume party

Girls love dress up and this can be a fun way to throw a party. Go to a thrift store and buy a few inexpensive accessories and clothes so that they can play with them. Invite the girls over and then ask them to pick their favorite princess or character.

  • Doll themed

When you send out the invitations ask the girls to bring their dolls. Find cardboard boxes or shoeboxes to build a massive dollhouse using tape, markers, and safety scissors. The girls will have a blast; it’s a fun way for them to express creativity and makes for a fun party game.

  • The local zoo

If you live near a city that has a good zoo, chances are good that they have a section just for parties. Having a birthday party at the zoo can be a lot of fun. Have the kids write down their favorite animals so that you can make stops    to visit each one. Sometimes zookeepers will even let kids see an animal at a closer distance for parties.

  • Slumber party

Girls love slumber parties. They can bring a sleeping bag and a change of clothes to the party for a fun night with friends. It’s an inexpensive way to have a larger group of kids at the house too. Just buy a few pizzas and let them hang out!

  • Outside Party Idea

There have been many birthday parties in Woodbridge spent at the park.

If the weather is nice the girls might want to have fun at the park. Bring sidewalk chalk, jump ropes, and hula-hoops. Pack up the cooler with juice packs and snacks. It’s a great way to get everyone outside and some parks have pavilions that you can rent as well.

Number of Party Goers

Knowing the number of partygoers is important when planning a party for girls. Have your little girl write out a list of all the friends she wants to have and see which party will be the most accommodating and in the budget.

DIY Party Favors

Girls love crafts and the more involved they are with the planning of their party the more excited they will be. Come up with a list of things she loves and take her to the craft store to find a few things you can use to make fun take home gifts. A good place to start might be the scrapbooking section of the craft store. There are a lot of stickers that are detailed enough to make any party favor bag exciting. Include candy and other goodies.

Choosing the Food

Depending on where the party is being held can impact what food you have. The must have is the dessert. If your daughter loves dolls there are cakes you can make that include real dolls. The dress of the doll is the cake and you can decorate it with colorful icing, sprinkles, or candy. Another fun dessert includes cupcakes, you could even have the girls decorate them as part of the fun.

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