tinkerbell birthday party for 3 year old….5 boys and 4 girls…Ideas?
I want to base it on the 2008 tinkerbell movie, not peter pan/lost boys/pirates.
Any ideas so its not so girly? I dont want to put wings on the boys..lol. eventhough there are boy fairies in the movie.
I’d have the theme as “Tinkerbell and her friends” – and then design an invite yourself with Tinkerbell shown as the central character on the invitation – with pictures of the lost boys, Peter Pan and Captain Hook and the aligator in the background. Keep it to 1-2 hours maximum for this age.
You don’t mention the time of year that you’re having the party but here’s what I might do:
Get a big box and have all the party children put their things in the box such as shoes, hats etc so that they can easily be found at the end of the party.
Get a pen and paper ready and ask all parents who aren’t staying (most of them will stay) to leave a contact number.
Check that the children you have invited are not allergic to anything (such as chocolate etc – and if it’s OK to do face painting etc…ideally ask before the party!).
Give each child a hand decorated name tag (more so you’ll know their name!! – which they’ll love).
Tell all children before the party starts where the toilet is and any rules. I tend to put a barrier at the bottom of the stairs so that no children can go upstairs without me knowing about it…just in case they fall.
Set aside an area for everyone to place their party gifts. Don’t open them at the party – do it afterwards so you can make a proper note of who bought what so you can send thank you cards afterwards.
if your daughter has one of those over the bed canopy’s or if you have a large tent/marquee you could use this to make a “den”. The kids will love it – and it could be decorated to be like a cave with pictures of fairies etc. Even better if it has a few special lighting effects like the globe which crackles with light when you hand touches it or the fibre optic lights etc..
I’d buy a singing balloon which starts playing music when it’s tapped gently by the child. Let each child have a go throughout the party and when everyone hears it they have to quickly join up like a conga with that child leading the dance. Those that get in the lineup in time then get a lolly to put in their party bag.
Have a face painter at the party and get them to do various things within the theme of the party such as fairy wings on the girls faces, pirate bandana on the boys or treasure islands etc. They don’t have to be professional – just one of the mums or a friend – the kids aren’t too fussy at this age!!
You could always find a blow up crocodile or two for the kids to sit on which will be fun.
Get the kids up and dancing to one of the songs on the Tinkerbell film – if you have a disco ball so much the better!
****Fairy Dust Cakes****
You could always get a load of plain cakes from Asda – and pre-made icing in a tube (chocolate or vanilla flavour) – get the kids to put a dob of the icing on a cake and then have them decorate the cake how they want – and then also include Fairy Dust for the final shimmer dust. A cake store will actually do lots of different “shimmer dusts” which are edible.
Buy a pre-made cake but then add your own embellishments such as a photo of tinkerbell or even better, a proper tinkerbell toy – you can even get special firework candles which are great fun – but obviously children need to be at least 1 metre away. I used it at my daughters 6th birthday and the kids were amazed and couldn’t keep their eyes off it. Great fun/spectacular!
****Food and Chocolate****
Most kids love berries – raspberries, strawberries, blackberries. They also love chocolate. If you could get a chocolate fountain (c£10-£15) they would love you for ever. Plain rich tea fingers also work well with chocolate and the kids will have sooo much fun – and you’ll have to stop the adults wading in. Most of all it looks healthy-ish.
Then other than this just make a few sandwiches (plain cheese, plain ham, jam, chocolate), biscuits, crisps, pizza – this should be more than enough as they won’t be that interested in food!!
To encourage kids to eat, put on the tinkerbell movie so that they sit to eat and watch the movie – this keeps all the mess in one place and means they’ll actually eat something rather than wandering everywhere with the food.
Kids mostly just like to play – so if you have a slide, swings or other things they can play on (especially if they can go outside if the weather is good) then this would be a good way for them to let of steam. Alternatively you can hire a mini bouncy castle but ensure that parents keep a watchful eye on the kids and keep it to perhaps 3 kids at a time – although this is expensive so it depends upon your budget.
Get a large jug of squash etc and just change the colour to blue or something using food colourings and decorate with lovely ice shapes in other different colours/with edible glitter perhaps!!
1. You could have pin the hook onto Captain Hook – or pin the crown on the Queen of the fairies.
2. Buy a pinata filled with toys/sweets – but because of their age use the pinata which is a pull string one. The other ones will be too hard for 3 year olds to “break through” as they’re built quite robustly.
3. Musical statues
4. Using the cave you’ve made on one side of a room – and perhaps a paradise island on the other side of a room, play music and when the music stops get the children to choose a side of the room to run to. They have to choose between pretending to fly like a fairy at the cave – or pretending to swim at paradise island. Tell them that the Cave represents Heads on a coin and Paradise Island represents tails. When the music stops wait for the children to choose a side. Flip a coin. If your coin lands on Heads then all those children in the cave “win” a sweet and then have to sit out until the other children “win”. Gradually you will come down to 1 child who then wins a “main prize”. Go to the £1 shop and buy a fairy item or a pirate item to give to the winner together with their sweet.
5. Pass the Parcel (or a variation on the same theme). You could include a sweet with each layer or a small bag of some “real fairy dust” – so that each child gets to take something home. Inside could be a bigger prize.
For the girls put a fairy wand inside – and for the boys a pirate thing! Buy pretty coloured celophane bags from Ebay for c£2.00 and then buy bags of sweets from Asda at £1 for 3. Tip the sweets into the celophane bag, pop the fairy wand or pirate thing inside, add a few bits like hair bands for girls – I like the pencils at Toys R Us which have leads which are multicoloured, or a little box of crayons with a pre-printed tinkerbell/peter pan picture to colour in. Then just tie the party bag up with pretty curling ribon (also from Ebay which costs around £5 for a massive roll which will last you for years!)
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