Is your little one transitioning from a baby to a toddler? That’s a reason to celebrate! Make your party memorable yet simple with these easy homemade 1st Birthday Party Decorations.
Easy DIY Birthday Party Decorations
Mama, this last year has been full-on, hasn’t it? Having a baby is so precious and watching the sweet dear grow is even better.
Let’s celebrate and commemorate this momentous occasion!
Decorations are pretty essential since they give a vibe to the party. But what’s more important is that everyone has fun at the party, MAMAS INCLUDED.
That means prep has got to be simple for us. These easy, DIY decor ideas help us liven up the space without burning us out.
How to Decorate for a Kid’s Birthday Party
Give yourself as much time as possible to prepare for the party. Start by looking around your house for supplies you already have. Free is best. Then, gather whatever other materials you need from the thrift store, craft store, or online.
Craft, cut, glue, and blow up balloons with enough time to clean up and catch your breath after.
Make your home a clean slate, as much as possible, and begin the decorating process the day before. You may want to decorate your entrance, the cake table, and the activity space. Balloon arcs are an easy project you can add anywhere!
Do what you can and enjoy the process. Remember: it’s as much a party for you as it is for your baby. Ahem, one year old.
Once the party is over, pack away the best of the decor for the next baby down the line. If you have room in your garage, storing plastic bins with party gear is a great way to save things for future parties.
Easy Homemade Birthday Party Decoration Ideas
Set the stage for countless photo ops of your baby turning one! These simple birthday party decoration ideas for kids at home will make the party colorful and engaging for all. Your boy or girl will be in big-eyed wonder, and you will have done it all without the stress.
A ‘Wild One’ first birthday party is an appropriate theme, at least for my wild ones. The book “Where the Wild Things Are” provides a lot of inspiration for this decor. Plus, decorating with big jungle leaves is fun and cheap.
Keep up with trends and make a popular First Birthday High Chair Banner. It frames the picture perfectly when the one-year-old goes in for his first bite of birthday cake. Use the tutorial shared here to make your own version and customize it how you like best.
These butterfly balloons are just so pretty and perfect for a girl party! For less than ten bucks, get 60 total butterfly decals, in varying sizes. Then, all you do is tape them on with double-sided tape.
There’s lots of room for creativity with these rainbow birthday party ideas. Included in this blog are tons of rainbow crafts and games you can play as well as free printables. For instance, design your dessert table with every color using fruit and more.
The Fire Truck theme lends itself to countless decor ideas, from hats to T-shirts. Just think: red, bold, and protective. So have fun transforming your living room into a Fire Station for an afternoon.