The holidays are over so now it’s time to turn to Winter Birthday Parties. If your child has a Winter Birthday then you know how challenging a party can be.
A Winter Birthday pretty much calls for an indoor venue, unless you plan on taking everyone skiing, ice skating, or dog sledding. Not bad ideas if you live in an area where these activities are available. But for the rest of us who aren’t so fortunate here are some winter birthday party ideas for you!
One of the first ideas that come to mind is a Frozen Party. You can’t get any more wintery than that!
It’s the perfect theme for your little princess, maybe not so perfect for your little prince. If you do decide on a Frozen party for a little boy you can focus on Olaf instead of the princesses![spacer height=”-20px”]
A Winter Wonderland party is a good alternative if your child isn’t into the Frozen thing.
It’s pretty much the same as a Frozen Party only without the princesses. [spacer height=”-20px”]
Take the kids outside for some sledding and other snow activities. Okay, this only works if there’s snow outside.
Then usher them into the house for a hearty lunch! Tomato soup and grilled cheese sandwiches are my favorite cold weather comfort foods.
Setting up a hot cocoa bar will add to the fun!
Click here for more sledding party ideas from the Spruce.
By the end of January you’ll probably be dreaming of sun drenched beaches, so why not bring the beach to you!
Throw a Beach Party! It’s a great theme for teens and tweens. You can center it around Disney’s Teen Beach Party movie or use your own ideas.
Hang posters and pictures of the beach. Add a palm tree or two and some plastic pails and you’ve got a beach party.
Serve a refreshing fruit salad to give it a tropical feel and don’t forget the Hawaiian Punch!