Even the naughtiest of monsters deserve a party on their birthday. This scary theme is a popular choice with boys and girls of all ages and is guaranteed to turn your party into a spooktacular success.
Fill up those tummies with a few simple ideas to turn party food into monster treats. Serve sausages wrapped in bacon or pastry as monster toes, filled croissants as monster smiles, grapes and melon balls as monster eyes and tortilla chips as monster teeth. You could even create wacky eyes using our edible toppers and fix them to baby bel cheeses or cake pops.
Don’t forget the cake! ‘A party without cake is just a meeting’ (julia child). Our scary monster cake can be personalised and makes the perfect centrepiece.
Keep your guests entertained with these monster themed party activities:
Eyeball spoon race
Decorate a plastic ping pong ball to look like an eye. You could use stickers or sharpies. Place the eyeball onto a spoon and race.
Pin the eye on the monster
Give each child a wacky paper eye, blindfold and get them to stick onto a monster face. A simple but fun game that guarantees funny results
Slime creation station
Create a slime making station. Supply the ingredients for making slime (you can find a great recipe here) and some accessories to personalise the slime. Glitter, food colouring, monster themed confetti and mini monster toys make great additions.
To decorate your venue, hang bright coloured balloons, streamers and banners and supply monster accessories such as these eye boppers, foam monster masks. How about having a face painter to create some scary looking faces.
Instead of party bags, decorate colourful paper cups with googly eyes and fill with sweets and treats to take home. There are some brilliant monster themed favours. Here’s a few of my favourites:
Do you have any ideas for a monster themed party or have you already had a monster party? We’d love to hear your thoughts and ideas