Kids: Birthday Party Ideas for April-May-June
April showers bring May flowers—and a whole new range of birthday party themes. Give your springtime baby a bash worth remembering with one of these fun spring birthday party ideas. Here are kids parties we think will be big this spring and beyond.
Think your springtime baby will never be able to have a pool party? Fear not! Pack up your pool noodles and head down to your local pool or an indoor water park. Great Wolf Lodge has 18 locations in the US and Canada full of water slides and wave pools. Bring your kiddo and their BFFs for a wild, splash-filled bash. Bonus: when the kids’ fingers turn to prunes, they can have fun out of the water on Great Wolf Lodges’ ropes courses or wand-waving magical quests. Check out the party packages with extras like Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream cake.
Camp It Out
You’ll want to invite all your forest friends to this woodland lumberjack party. We love that it offers an indoor twist on a camping party, so you’ll be ready to celebrate rain or shine. The animal-covered cupcakes are adorable and delicious. Pull out your plaid flannel and get inspired by the Woodland Lumberjack Party featured at Kara’s Party Ideas.
Sleepunder + Donuts = Magic
If you’re kiddo’s begging for a sleepover, but you’re worried about whether or not it’s the right time to open that door, throw a sleepunder instead. It’s all the fun of a sleepover—think PJs, movies, and giggle-fests—and then everyone goes home to sleep in their own cozy beds. Add in a giant pink donut cake like this one, and we think you’ve got a super spring party.
A golf-themed party is a hole in one. We love Pretty My Party’s birthday par-tee. Argyle-patterned pretzels and golf-adorned desserts make it a delicious celebration. For bigger kids, you can add some extra fun with a mini-golf outing.
Bug Out Bash
Bug out with the tiny critters that are buzzing in your garden. Little explorers will love a creepy crawly celebration complete with gummy worms and ants on a log. Check out this Events by Taryn party for some creature-filled ideas.