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THE ULTIMATE BIRTHDAY PARTY IDEAS LIST

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We’ve chosen not to break the list up into kids and adults, because being age-appropriate is really more about how you apply the theme.

KIDS BIRTHDAY PARTY IDEAS

For a kids party, take the themes literally and get really whimsical with your decorations and activities. Have everyone dress in costume and incorporate party games that fit the theme. Food can be themed as well as decorations. If you’re having a safari-themed party, for example, have kids come dressed for a safari, hand out toy binoculars and safari hats, and decorate with animal-themed everything. Consider a scavenger hunt to find hidden animals for prizes, and plan your other activities to fit the inspiration. This probably doesn’t need saying, but when you’re coming up with kids party ideas, remember to ask your kids! They’ve probably got a tonne of creative ideas and at least some of them might be doable. ;)

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ADULTS BIRTHDAY PARTY IDEAS

Whether you’re after 21st birthday ideas or a plan for your grandma’s 80th, most of the themes on this list can be applied to an adult party just as well as they can for a younger crowd. Keep things sophisticated by taking a more interpretive approach. A safari theme might mean lots of animal print and khaki and a few animal features rather than a full safari set-up. A pirate theme might mean people dress up and you decorate in the style, but you don’t subject them to pirate games or themed activities. Of course, you can always embrace something whimsical and youthful, no matter what age you are! There’s no rule that says you can’t have all your guests dress as superheroes and compete in a tournament just because it’s not one of your first 10 birthdays.

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