Outdoor birthday party ideas are perfect for celebrating kids’ birthdays. Various creative ideas can be implemented and they will certainly enjoy the party very much. Some examples include the circus outdoor party, pool party, as well as the beach party.
There are many themes for outdoor birthday parties. Successful such parties require careful planning and plenty of activities for birthday guests to enjoy. Throw a western or carnival outdoor birthday party for middle school and older-aged children. Have family members and friends volunteer to make the party a smashing success.
A circus outdoor birthday party is appropriate for all ages, including tweens and teens. Adjust the types of activities and games to match the age group for the birthday party. Decorate the party area with lots of balloons and streamers. Rent an outdoor tent canopy to cover the serving picnic table and gift table. Use colourful tablecloths. Rent a popcorn maker, ice machine and cotton candy machine to use for the snacks. Ask family members and relatives to dress up as clowns and operate the rented snack equipment. Serve sliced fruit, miniature corn dogs, hot dogs, popcorn, peanuts, candy apples and cotton candy. Decorate a cake with balloons, clowns or other circus-themed items. Serve ice cream cones with sprinkles instead of placing it on the cake slices.
You may also throw a sandy birthday party, even if you don’t live near the beach. Fill a sandbox or other large container (such as an empty wading pool) with sand. Supply plenty of shovels, pails and sanders and let the kids play in the sand. To add to the fun, let young guests search for their party favours in the sand. On the invitation, specify that guests should bring their bathing suits and towels, and set up a sprinkler in the front yard for them to run through.
Piñatas were made for outdoor parties, since backyard space provides the necessary room for swinging a stick, as well the frenzied rush of children to gather toys and candy. If you don’t have a convenient tree branch from which to hang the piñata, create a quick stand using a free-standing collapsible ladder and a curtain rod or broom handle; lay the wood post across the metal joints, then secure it tightly with rope or duct tape before hanging the piñata.
Outdoor birthday parties during the hot weather season are the perfect excuse for water-related fun. Even if you don’t have a pool, you can still set up the guests for soaking using some small space and budget-friendly activities like sprinklers, water gun and water balloon fights, giant soap bubble making and ground water slides.