Hello Kitty Party Ideas
Hello Kitty birthday party ideas that will
help make your Hello Kitty party a success.
We've listed all the
great ideas sent in by our readers and placed them on one page so you
can mix and match the ideas that will work best for your party.
Hello Kitty Invitations
Hello Kitty note cards with birthday party information printed
White note cards with a red or pink hair bow drawn on the front
with permanent marker
White note cards with black whiskers
drawn on the front with a black permanent marker. Or glue black pieces
of yarn on the front to look like whiskers.
Hello Kitty Birthday Decoration Ideas
Make kitten paw prints by printing them on the computer or
drawing them on white paper with a black marker. Cut them
out and place them along the path to the party entrance ... or
you can also draw paw prints on the sidewalk with sidewalk
Tie red or pink bows onto tree branches or bushes outside the
party area. On the front door make a large pink bow and
attach it to the top of the door and then use black pipe
cleaners to make Hello Kitty whiskers and attach them to the
sides of the door.
Use wide ribbon or strips of fabric (pink or red) and tie them
in a bow on the back of all the party chairs.
Tie a large bow around the edge of the party table or the table
holding the cake and presents.
Use white tablecloths and pink or red plates with black
Hello Kitty Party Activities
While guests are arriving to the birthday party use face paints or
eyeliner to draw hello kitty whiskers on each guest. You could
also paint black or pink triangles on their noses. Give guests
a large pink or red hair bow (or bow on a headband).
Hello Kitty Shirts
On white t-shirts let the kids paint on a Hello Kitty face with fabric
paints or permanent markers. Have a large picture of Hello Kitty
on the table so they can trace it or freehand.
Hello Kitty Party Games
Let guests decorate pink or red bags (to hold the pinata candy) and then line them up to take a
turn at a mouse Piñata. See safety tips and directions on setting up the Piñata on our Piñata Game page.
On a Mouse Treasure Hunt
You will need plastic mice or mice shapes cut from card stock and
small prizes to give away to play this game. On each one of the
mice write a number that matches the number that you have given one of
the prizes. Each prize should have a different number. Hide
the mice before the guests arrive. Ask guests to help you
find all the hidden mice.
You can give away the prizes the first time when they find the mice, or
play several rounds and at the very end of the last round tell the kids what
the numbers on the mice mean. Then they can exchange their mice for
Kitty Litter Relay
Teams race to see who can fill their container first with sand.
You will need a very large container filled with sand, two smaller containers
that the kids will fill up and some plastic spoons for this game.
Place the large container filled with sand at the opposite end of the
playing area then where the teams are lined up with their smaller
containers. Each team gets a plastic spoon (have more available
just in case they break) and on "go" must run to the large container,
get a spoonful of sand and then run back to their teams container and
place the sand inside it. First team to fill their
Party games for ages 7, 8 and 9
Party Games for 5 and 6 year olds
Birthday games for ages 10, 11, 12
See our girls
party games page to find more fun party games!
Hello Kitty Party Food
Cream cheese and strawberry sandwiches
Hello Kitty Party Favors
Large pink or red hair bows
Cat ear headbands
T-shirts with the Hello Kitty face
Hello Kitty rings or necklaces
Hello Kitty Goody / Loot Bag Ideas
Place the bday party favors in one of these options.
New plastic cat dishes
White bags with pink or red bows
Bags with black pipe cleaner whiskers glued on the front
Plastic Hello Kitty cups