UnicornUnicorns, rainbows, and princesses these three seem to go hand in hand.  What little girl doesn’t dream of being a princess riding her magical unicorn down a rainbow? Any or all three would make an ideal theme for your little princess’s next birthday party.

Of course you can use any or all ideas for your next party, but to keep it simple, sort of, I’ll stick with just one theme today, a Unicorn Party.  A unicorn theme party works great for children and adult birthday parties, bridal and baby showers, an just about any type of event you want. And don’t think it’s limited to girls only, just change the color scheme and nix the girly glitter and it’ll work for a boy’s or co-ed parties!

Here are some super cute ideas for a unicorn party! Hope they inspire you!

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Invitations

Every party begins with an invitation.  So set the stage by choosing a coordinated invitation like this pretty one by Jessie K. Designs.

In fact she’s sharing this printable unicorn invitation for free!

Click here to download! 

 

Unicorn Decorations

One of my favorite party planning activities is decorating.  Coordinating decorations make any theme party more memorable.  In this case all things unicorn of course!  So go ahead let your imagination run wild!

Banners, balloons, streamers, lanterns, centerpieces, photo booths, backdrops, and even dessert tables (think cake, cake toppers, plates, cups, table cloths, and napkins) can all be party of the decor! In my opinion you can never have enough decorations!

I love these unicorn lanterns! It’s  amazing how these paper lanterns can be transformed into shy unicorns with a bit of paper, tulle, and flowers! Go ahead, mix and match colors and sizes!

 

How about this dessert table? Love how tulle makes an awesome table skirt and a simple white board or canvas becomes a chic backdrop!

 

 

Don’t you love these adorable centerpieces?

All it takes is some tissue paper, balloons, glitter and plain paper, and cupcake toppers.  Secure them to a base and you’ve got a centerpiece! Use them at guest tables, buffet and dessert tables, and anywhere else.

Hey they double as party favors!

Make a frame and let guests take their own photos! They’ll love it!

Cut out a frame shape from a poster or foam board.  Glue on paper horn, ears, and flowers, and voila a unicorn frame!

If you’re crafty with wood you can make a wooden frame and decorate with colored paper flowers etc.  Just remember to keep it light weight, the kids gotta be able to lift them!

 

Treats

Food, specially treats, definitely is a must.  I’m sure there’ll be cake, there are many awesome unicorn cakes out there!

But how about these unicorn cupcakes by My Heavenly Recipes?  They can be in addition to or instead of a unicorn cake.  Click here for the recipe!

You can serve Unicorn Dip, chocolate covered strawberries, cookies, rainbow rice crispy treats, macaroons, and more.  The secret is make it colorful! Better yet coordinate your treat colors to you theme colors!

 

 

Activities

Keep guests entertained with a craft or some games.

I love this Unicorn Slime by momdot.com. 

Click here for directions!

 

Or pin the horn on the Unicorn! Get this free printable from Jessie K Designs.

Make these unicorn masks! Get the free template from rufflesandrainboots.com!

 

 

 

Unicorn rides would be a hit! Sign me up! But where do I get the unicorn?

Check your local stables to see if they rent pony rides, many do! Now ask if you can dress the pony in a unicorn costume, they might just agree.

Or if you’re lucky there will be companies who do rides for events in your area.  I’ll bet they already offer unicorn rides.

Your next best option would be to rent or buy a unicorn themed bounce house.

 

 

Favors

If you made masks or slime they can double as party favors.  Or you can package cookies, cotton candy, lollipops, and other favors to send home with guests

But I just love theses cute and cuddly plush unicorns guests can adopt!

Whatever you decide you can send favors home in unicorn bags!

I used plain white gift bags to make these his and her unicorn bags

Just cut horn, ears, eyes, shades, and other pieces out of cardstock and glitter paper and glue them on.

Easy peasy!