Sometimes what’s old is new again. Or what one child has another one wants.
These two sentiments rang true for our latest birthday party. My seven year old wanted an owl party – the same theme I had for her brother when he turned one!
Adorable shirt a family member made.
My son’s first birthday
If you remember our Halloween, when I made owl costumes, we are kind of on an owl-kick here!
Whoo whoo are these cuties?!
Owl Party Ideas
Of course, I turned to Pinterest for some ideas. Simply search owl and you’ll have so many fun pictures to ogle. There were a few that I tackled:
We had Big Sister’s friends over for a party on Friday night and then family came over on Saturday for a lunchtime party, so the owl theme was enjoyed for two celebrations. Here are some pictures of what we did:
Pin the bow on the owl, Easy Owl Pinata, Owl treat bags
I found adorable owl print table cloths and masks in the party department of Wal-mart. It was a great way to cover the table for the “make your own owl” by glue-ing together the pieces craft.
Craft table – make your own owl. Kitchen table runner & Digi Owl centerpiece.
I folded up another tablecloth for a table runner (the inside was just white and looked too plain), and added the kids’ Digi Owls as a centerpiece. As I’ve written about before, I love using what we already have for birthday party decorations. I did the same for my son’s jungle themed party.
Just like at my son’s party, we had cupcakes, but this time, I let the kids decorate their own owl cupcakes. For our family party, I bought a cake from our local bakery, whoo did such a great job decorating it!
Seriously cute owl cupcake creations, and the professional’s work on the cake.
This was a really cute and fun theme, and I couldn’t believe all the owl stuff that’s out there. Some friends even brought owl-themed gifts (drawing pictures of owls on cards, owl crafts, owl p.j.’s).
Have you re-used or re-purposed party themes in your own house? Let me know what you think of my owl parties, and share your own favorite party themes in the comments.
By the way, if you’re planning a party, I DO currently have a giveaway going on, and you could use the credits to create beautiful invitations. Comment on this post and enter the Rafflecopter Giveaway!