How to Throw a Flower-Themed Party for Kids - Wrap and Grow
Get the children into the garden for a flower wrapping and gift making party, make bouquets and flower jar gifts. Spring and summer is the perfect time to host these parties but mix garden flowers with paper or artificial flowers and you could hold a flower party any time of the year.
For a Birthday, to celebrate spring or to enjoy time in the holidays together with friends. Each child gets to be creative, work with nature and take their flower gifts home. The brand new Children's Party Set is perfect to help you throw a gorgeous flower themed party.
Invitations and Birthday Child
Pick flower-themed invitations which best match your party style. Create the guest list and send out to delight. Consider the child's outfit as photographs may be taken and used for the enclosed ‘Our Flower Party’ collage. Perfect as a keepsake from the party and to record memories.
A garden party should be literally overflowing with flowers. To set the scene consider the party background, a flower wall or pretty garden area. A string of lights if later in the day, table settings for arranging the flowers with equipment on display and easy to reach. Set up a flower cart filled with flowers and foliage, choose from matching vases or mismatched favourites. To decorate the garden flower garlands and bunting can set the scene along with floral napkins and tableware. See our Children's Party Ideas on Pinterest here.
Create your very own mad hatter's tea party with flower decorated cakes, finger sandwiches, flower-shaped biscuits, marshmallow cereal treat flowers, savoury snacks and serve drinks from mini watering cans. Lovely fresh squash with pretty paper straws in vintage style milk bottles. Use decorative cake stands to display sandwiches and cupcakes as this adds height to the table appearance.
Extra Party Activities
- Use flower wrapping paper to create a mini flower bouquet.
- Create a flower jar gift by adding the party sticker to a clean jar, tie a ribbon to the neck with a bow, fill just over halfway with water and add garden flowers.
- Make some shortbread biscuits and ask children to decorate these with icing and edible flowers.
- Plant flower seeds together in small flower pots.
- Colour in pretty floral colouring pictures and flower craft activities.
- Decorate chairs with flowers and play musical flowers.
- Make flower art and photograph with a mobile phone.
See the new Children's Flower Party set - perfect for planning your children's party.