Owl Theme Party: Have a Hoot!

April 29, 2013    |    By +
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owl thumbI love a good theme party. There’s nothing more exciting than a celebration filled with people you love, great decor, fun gifts and some yummy cake, all of which coordinates to make one amazing theme. While searching for the latest and greatest in trendy kid birthday events, I couldn’t help but squeak with excitement as I searched through owl themed kid parties on Pinterest. There’s no denying that owls are hugely popular right now and they make for a super fun party theme! From new born birthday bashes all the way to Tween events, I decided to collect the most magical owl inspired birthday parties I could find.

Planning an owl themed party of your own? Here is the perfect place to soak up all the inspiration and find details you need to make it happen. Do you love owls as much as we do? See all of our favorite owl gifts and owl birthday inspiration on our Kids’ Parties Pinterest Board!

If you are attending an owl themed party, you already know that the birthday boy/girl loves owls, therefore you can stick to the theme of the event and pick out any one of our adorable owl gifts.

Let’s begin with table décor. One of the main attractions at birthday parties is the food, and what better way to present and serve the birthday grub, than with owl themed serveware? The Party Destination Owl Blossom Party Pack  is an easy and fun way to serve the little ones snacks and cake while keeping in line with the party’s owl theme. You can customize your pack to fit your needs and they can serve up to 16 guests! Talk about a hootenanny!

Owl Table DecorImages Courtesy Of: HoneyBash, Karas Party Ideas, The Party Dress, Etsy

Speaking of food, you must have an assortment of adorable and “hoot” worthy owl treats to serve your little guests. Cake pops are a party favorite; they look great and taste oh-so-good. A great way to get your toddler ready for the big event is having them help create some of the sweets you will be serving. This DIY owl cake pops kit walks you through the process and is easy to follow. Owl cookies are a must as well, and when you make your own, it gives you extra bragging rights reserved for when the Mommies arrive, so I suggest baking your own with these easy-to-use owl cookie cutters that come with detailed recipes. Make sure you don’t forget the owl cupcake toppers  and the owl sugar decorations to top off the sweets you will be serving.

Owl TreatsImages Courtesy Of: Craft Gossip, Real Simple, Fleeting Thing, Cakesdecor, Meet The Dubiens

Party favors are great and somewhat of a must at kiddie parties. The owl blossom party favor box has all your kid essentials put together for you, so one more adorable owl inspired treat to add to the party, and one less task for you to worry about. If you are the adventurous DIY kind there are plenty of adorable favors you can create yourself as you can see below and on our Kids’ Parties Pinterest Board.

Owl Party FavorsImages Courtesy Of: Paper Girl Store, Our Shabby Nest, Stamping With Erica, Pizzazzerie

HowToNestForLess.com has wonderful FREE printables for your HOOTenanny, so absolutely take advantage of that perk for your owl bash!

There you have it! The most adorable and inspiring owl themed birthday party must haves! We hope your next owl bash is a hoot!



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Kathryn D.W.
Kathryn Drury Wagner is the senior manager of content at Gifts.com. She was formerly the executive editor at Honolulu Magazine, and is the author of The Ultimate Guide to Shopping on Oahu. Her career has included staff positions at Country Living Gardener and Power & Motoryacht. Her latest book is "Hawaii's Strangest, Ickiest, Wildest Book Ever!"

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