Flower Birthday Ideas
A Flower themed birthday party is a great way to
celebrate a kids birthday!
Use these easy and fun party
ideas that will make your Flower party special.
Flower Party Invitation Ideas
Buy plastic flowers with large petals and
write party information on the petals of the flower with a
Use a picture of the birthday child and use scrapbook papers to make it into an
invitation using a garden background.
Print out your party information - 4 to a page - cut them out
and wrap the paper scroll style around the stem of a fake
flower. Secure with pipe cleaners.
Flower Party Decoration Ideas
Tie helium balloons in pinks, oranges, yellows and greens to the mailbox
so party guests will know where your Flower party is located.
Line the walkway to the party with real or fake flowers. Set
up a display of watering cans and wheelbarrows at the party entrance.
Cut green crepe paper streamers into 8 - 10” lengths and tape one end
to the top of your birthday
party tables, banisters and mantel so they hang down and look like grass.
Cut the strips in different lengths.
Decorate the room with lots of flowers - real or
Flower Party Craft
Flower Flip Flop Craft
Decorate green flip flops with bright flower print fabric.
Complete instructions are on our website -
Flip Flop Craft
Buy artificial flowers and take the leaves off the stem of the flowers.
Separate them into individual stems. Cut the stems so that there
is about 4" of stem left with the flower on top. Place the stem
along side a writing pen and secure with a few rubber bands.
Starting at the top where the flower is wrap florist tape around the pen
and the flower stem. Keep wrapping - taking the rubber bands off
one by one as you get to them - until the pen is covered.
Flower Foam Visors
Decorate sunny yellow foam visors to look like flowers with
flower shaped foam cutouts.
Flower Picture Frames
Paint picture frames green and then paint on
Make bugs in your garden by having party
guests dip their index finger in
paint and make dots on the frame. Then come back when dry with a
(or permanent marker) and paint on dots, eyes and antenna’s.
You can also let them decorate the frames with stickers, jewels
or foam cut-outs.
Flower Pot Craft
Decorate clay pots with paint
and/or jewels. Then fill with dirt and
add few flower seeds.
This makes a great Flower party favor for the guests to take home.
Ladybug Pet Rocks
or buy several (more then the number of guests so they will have a
choice) very smooth round flat rocks.
guests paint their rocks
red to look like ladybugs or any color they choose to look like bugs.
Use a black permanent marker to draw on spots and details.
Glue on googly eyes if
desired. Then let the guests name their
pet rocks and take them home for a Flower party favor.
Flower Party Games
Flower Treasure Hunt
Hide plastic flowers (you can also use plastic bugs)
all over the backyard, inside
the house or park
(where ever you want the birthday guests to hunt) and
have a flower
hunt. Divide guests into teams or let them find the items
individually. Announce that there are bugs and flowers to be found
and show them a sample of what you have hidden. Tell the guests to
find as many as possible before the time runs out. Set a timer for
15 - 20 minutes. When they have finished collecting the items give
prizes for the guests who collected the most.
the bugs / flowers before you hide them to know if they have all been
Variation: Hide plastic Easter
eggs and call them Flower seeds.
Variation: Hide special bugs and flowers around the yard which will
earn the finder a special prize. Before the party buy several
small items to use as prizes and assign them a number. On several
of the bugs / flowers that are hidden write a number that corresponds
with the prize number. When a child finds a bug or flower with a
number they get the prize that matches that number.
Cocoon TP Wrap
Teams wrap each other in toilet paper to make a cocoon. The first
team to completely wrap their teammate and use all of their paper win!
Break party guests into teams of 2 or 3. Have them decide who will
wrap and who will be wrapped with the toilet paper. Hand each team
a roll of toilet paper for each person that will be wrapping and on "go"
have them begin to wrap the paper around and around their teammate.
Buy several rolls of toilet paper ... kids really like this game!
Flower Petal Hop
Children hop from one flower petal to the next while music plays ...
then they have to stop and find a petal to stand on when then music
out of poster board or felt
- they should be large enough for 2 children to stand on. Use as
many flower petals as there are guests playing the game. Put
petals around the floor. Tell
birthday guests that they are going to pretend to be
bugs and when the music plays they must hop or fly around the room, but
when the music stops they must find a petal to land on.
If you want to give out a small prize before the party write down
a different number on the bottom of all of the flower petals.
Buy small prizes or toys and assign them a number that matches the
numbers on the bottom of the flower petals. At the final round of
the game tell guests to pick up the petal they are standing on and they
win the prize that matches the number on their petal.
Party games for ages 7, 8 and
9 years old
Party Games for 5 and 6 year olds
Birthday games for ages 10, 11, 12
Flower Party Food Ideas
Jell-O jigglers with a
flower petal shaped cookie cutter or use a tear drop shape to make individual
Honey Bee crackers
Sandwiches (you can also cut cold cuts with the flower shaped cookie
cutter!), hamburgers, hot dogs, pizza or nachos
Flower necklaces or bracelets
Stickers of flowers and bugs
Small terra cotta pot
Packet of flower seeds
Small toy rake or hoe
Any item that the birthday party guests have made as a craft
Goody / Loot Bags
Terra Cotta pot filled with party favors
Brown party bags with colorful helium balloons attached
Small plastic wheelbarrow
Cute watering can
Flower themed cup