Looking for a little birthday fun

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And because Pinterest-worthy parties seem to be the new normal, a year is about the right amount of time parents need for planning the next bash. Exhausted already? So what do kids, specifically boys, really want for their birthday party theme? Well, we happen to have a ton of birthday party ideas for boys right here, ranging across all interests and ages.

For boys in the toddler age range, consider a dinosaur birthday party theme or a Mickey Mouse birthday party for that Disney-loving kiddo of yours. Elementary-aged boys will likely want a say in the details of their party. They and their friends will be obsessed with a Fortnite birthday party. Is your boy a book worm? Have friends and family far away? Consider a virtual birthday party so out-of-town friends can in on the fun. Check out these epic birthday party ideas for boys to make your little man feel special.

Party on! Planning a circus birthday party doesn't have to feel like a circus. One statement-making element, like an oversize balloon garland, can do most of the heavy lifting in terms of decorating. Make things even easier on yourself by purchasing other elements shown here. For summer birthdays when the temps are high, you can't go wrong with a water-themed birthday bash. Water guns make a fun party favor!

Celebrate the little Picasso in your life with an art-themed birthday bash. Best of all? You won't have to break the bank. A jumbo roll of white paper and washable paints is all you need to pull it off, along with a mix of simple, colorful decorations and foods fruit skewers, veggies and dip, cupcakes. Is the little dude in your life obsessed with slime aren't all kids?

Celebrate his big day with a party that'll have him and guests! For food, serve up a buffet of all things green think smoothies, veggies trays, and pesto pasta cups , and cut into a drippy-looking cake for dessert. Oh, and don't forget the edible slime! Yes, it exists. The big event, of course, is making the slime, so prepare a kit for each guest with everything they'll need and stash it in a tote like the one seen here. Kids love a backyard scavenger hunt, and if you're trying to stick to a strict party budget, this is a great theme. Write up a series of clues, one leading to the next, with the very last clue leading to the treasure, or in this case, a pile of "gold brick" party favors filled with candy.

Your boy's video game obsession makes for a pretty easy party theme, you have to admit. Channel your child's favorite game with a Fortnite-themed birthday party or go with more of an old-school vibe, like the invitation shown here. A video game tournament is a must! Remind the birthday boy that you think he's out-of-this-world awesome by throwing a space-themed party in honor of his latest trip around the sun. Set the tone with some celestial snacks and a galactic garland like this one. Kick off his next birthday bash with a tailgating setup decked out in his favorite team's colors, easy tailgating recipes , and these delicious Football Whoopie Pies with Cinnamon Cream.

You can also cut out brownies in a football shape and pipe on stitching and lines with white icing. Go team! Does your kiddo love a little mystery? Celebrate his birthday by throwing the ultimate "whodunit" where he and his friends play detective for a day. Trench coats encouraged! Set the tone early by sending out "top secret" invitations hinting there's a case to be solved. We like the idea of printing invites so tiny a magnifying glass , which you can send along with the invites, is needed to read them. For decorations, look to a color palette of black, red, and crime-scene-tape yellow, like this party by Anders Ruff De Co.

How clever is the fingerprint detail on that cake? Get the tutorial at Anders Ruff De Co. Build up the birthday boy with a Lego-themed party bursting with primary color. For activities, play "guess how many Lego bricks are in the jar" or hold a building competition. The options are endless! Get the tutorial at The Many Little Joys. Have a little one who would rather hang by the riverbank than spend his time gaming indoors? Celebrate his birthday with a fishing-themed fete he won't soon forget! If you can, reserve a picnic spot or pavilion at a local public park that allows fishing so you have a built-in, on-theme activity.

Scour thrift and antiques stores for vintage fishing gear, like "live bait" age, lures, and minnow buckets use them for flower arrangements, to corral party favors, you name it! And don't forget to have fun with the food. Gummy worms and Swedish Fish are an obvious must—display them in tackle or bait boxes to really reel in the smiles. Save up recyclables like soda bottles and boxes in the weeks ahead, spray paint them silver, and have everyone craft their own robot costume.

End the party with a robot dance contest, of course! Hey batter, batter! Ask friends to wear their favorite baseball jersey and bring their gloves for a friendly inning or two. Stock the "snack bar" with hot dogs, Cracker Jacks, and soft pretzels.

Complete the look with a super-easy DIY project: Draw the red stitching seen on a baseball on to white paper lanterns, cups, and plates. Home run! Indulge your young scientist-in-training with this spooky setup. You can pull off this theme anytime, but it would be especially cute—and easier to shop for— if his birthday falls around Halloween. Keep the experiment running smoothly with self-serve drink dispensers topped with dry ice for an extra-spooky effect and grab-and-go treats, like the "monster guts" seen here by Sugar and Cloth , throughout the space.

Get the tutorial at Sugar and Cloth. Does your boy have a sweet tooth? How about a wonderfully wacky Willy Wonka-themed bash?! To create excitement for the event, tuck "golden ticket" invites into Wonka Bars buy printable labels like the ones seen here from Etsy seller Party Starking and wrap them around plain candy bars. Fire up the chocolate fountain, pile on the sugary decorations, and you've got yourself a party. Send them home when the sugar kicks in! Have guests come in costume and serve up spooky snacks and plenty of scares.

For an action-packed superhero party, it's all about the activities and decorations. Have your little crime fighters decorate their own capes before sending them on a Kryptonite hunt spray paint rocks a bright green and hide them around your house or yard. Get the tutorial at American Greetings. Want to throw a Jaws ome birthday party? Get the look with vintage nautical finds like buoys and scuba gear, and stick to a menu of bite-worthy snacks that party-goers can easily grab between activities.

Get the tutorial at Pocket Full of Parties. Calling all ballers! After a friendly game of shootout, the boys will be hungry. Super-easy-to-make basketball cupcakes require little decorating skill. Draw a net with white icing on a serving platter for a memorable display. Inflatable basketballs make for fun party favors. Time really does "fly," doesn't it? Send your little one soaring into his next year with an airplane-themed party that'll have his head in the clouds for weeks. To set the vibe, deck out your space in shades of blue and high-flying clouds. Set up a paper airplane-making station and then hold a competition to see whose travels the farthest.

Is your son a movie buff with a summer birthday? Then he'll love a backyard movie night party. To create your home theater, you'll need a blank wall or sheet and a portable projector simply hook it up to your laptop or another device that streams movies.

Set up comfy seating and a "concession stand" offering classic theater fare, like popcorn, nachos, soft drinks, and boxed candy. Send a movie ticket-inspired invitation for "admission. Love an old-fashioned county fair? Make it a party! Prepare your blue ribbon bash with red and blue decorations don't forget the gingham! And if you're feeing really extra? Bring on the petting zoo!

Let the birthday games begin! An Olympics-themed party is an easy and fun! Serve up a buffet of international foods and decorate with flags and memorabilia from around the world, like this party by Candice Birmingham of Pocket Full Of Parties. To round out the festivities, hold your own backyard games think: washer toss , relay race, jumprope contest, and cornhole and close things out with gold medals for all. All aboard the birthday express! This sweet theme is especially fitting for younger boys. For a second birthday, add the saying "Choo-choo, look who's two!

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17 Budget-Friendly Kids’ Birthday Party Ideas