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Garden Party

Ladybugs, Butterflys and Bumble Bees… Oh My!

Make use of the lovely weather outside or bring the theme indoors – a garden party is a bright and cheery way to celebrate with colorful flowers and cute garden critters that little girls are fond of.

Garden Party Ideas from Activities for Kids:
INVITATIONS:
DECORATIONS:
  • Several Fun Foam crafts are available to use as decorations or crafts for the party.
PARTY FOOD:
  • Sandwiches cut in the shapes of flowers.
  • Colorful cut up veggies – Use individual clear cups with dressing in the bottom and mini carrots and celery sticks.
  • Fruit Punch
GAMES & ACTIVITIES:
  • Flower Name Word Search – Good activity for children that arrive early. .
  • Pin the Ladybug on the Flower – Like Pin the Tail on the Donkey. Draw a flower on a poster board. Using the Printable Ladybugs from AFK, print then cut apart. While blindfloded, see which child can get their Ladybug closest to the flower.
PARTY FAVORS:
  • A small potted flower to take home.
  • Package of seeds.

Garden Party Ideas from other Bloggers:
  • Preview the DIY birthday party ideas that others have posted below. Be sure to leave happy comments if you like the party idea:)
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About Theresa Johnston

Activities For Kids has been an on-going passion of mine since 1998. I'm a long-time Orlando resident and huge Disney Fan! Prior guide for About.com and current editor for AboutOrlando.com. I hope you enjoy the crafts, recipes and ideas that you find here.

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