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Bubbles Party - Birthday Party Ideas
Fun Birthday Party Ideas for a
Bubbles themed party!
Great birthday party ideas with a Bubbles
theme ... just pick and choose which ideas you want to use for your
Use our easy
homemade bubble recipes
to make lots of bubbles for your party.
Bubble Party Favor Ideas
Bubbles - take off label and replace with a large mailing label printed
with a thank you note from the birthday child.
Bubble gum balls
Bead necklaces or bracelets
Bubble Gum lip-gloss
Buy bottles of bubbles and remove the outside labels. On
large address labels print out party information and stick to
the outside of the bubble bottles.
||Bubble Party Invitation Ideas
Round blue or white cards - write the party information on the
Buy small blue or white plastic balls and write the party
information on the balls with a permanent marker.
Buy small individual bottles of bubbles and pour out the bubble
solution (retain for later use at the party). Dry the
bottles. Print out party information (4 invitations per
page) and cut out. Roll the invitations into a scroll and
place through the bubble wand hole. Replace the bubble
wand and send to party guests.
Use polka dot invitations.
Just for fun enclose a small sheet of bubble wrap inside the
Bubble Party Decoration Ideas
On the walkway to the party tape down sheets of
bubble wrap for guests to walk on. Hang different sizes of white
Styrofoam balls and / or rubber ducks from the trees with fishing
line. Set up a bubble machine right outside the party entrance to
welcome the guests to the party. Cover the doorway to the
party with bubble wrap.
Decorate with blue, white and clear balloons. For a fun effect you
can tape different sizes of paper plates in white and blues to the walls
to look like bubbles. Place glass or clear plastic vases filled
with blue, white and clear marbles on the party tables. Or fill
different sizes of clear containers with bubble gum balls or round
candies. Use empty bubble bottles for a centerpiece by hot gluing
Bubble Party Activities
Have an adult mix several colors of water based paint in different
containers of bubble mixture. Give each guest a piece of thick art
paper or a painters canvas. While the adult blows bubbles with the
paint mixture the party guests can catch them on their paper. When
the bubbles pop on the paper they make fun designs.
Variation: Buy white t-shirts for the guests and let them
change into them before the bubble art. Instead of paper or canvas
let the kids catch the bubbles on their shirts. Let the paint dry
and spray with a fabric paint sealer before letting the kids take them
home as party favors.
Fill a small kids pool full of
bubble solution .
Set out lots of different types of wands for the kids to make bubbles
with such as bubble wands, wire hangers bent in a circle, small hula
hoops, etc. Let the kids experiment with different sizes and
shapes of bubble wands.
Bubble Party Games
Have several adults of older children (or better yet a few bubble
machines!) blow bubbles for the kids to pop. Let them pop them
with their hands or give them different items to pop them with such as
squirt guns or pool noodles.
Who's in the Bubble?
Fill a small kids pool with bubble solution at least 3" deep.
Place a large hula hoop inside the pool. Inside the hula hoop
place a step stool or sturdy item like a cement block for one child to
stand on. Help the kids one by one to stand in the middle of the
pool on the step stool. Have them bend down and pick up the hula
hoop and slowly lift it over their head. The hula hoop will make a
huge bubble that will enclose the child. Have a camera ready to
take their picture!
See our big list of
games to play with bubbles and
birthday party games for kids of all ages
Bubble Party Food Ideas
Soda's or chocolate milk with straws so they can blow bubbles
Cut out food with circle cookie cutters such as Rice Krispie treats,
brownies, sandwiches or fruit.
||These cute bubble cupcakes are made
by spreading blue icing onto a cupcake and then placing round
balls made from fondant on top.
The key is to use different sizes of "bubbles" and make the
placement random on top of the cupcakes.
These would look great stacked on a cupcake tower or on the
Bubble Themed Goody / Loot Bags
Wrap up party favors in a blue and white bandana and tie with a ribbon.
Wrap up party favors in bubble wrap and tie with a blue ribbon.