Pink Poodle in Paris Party Theme
|Pink Poodle in Paris birthday theme ideas.
Fun Pink Poodle ideas for birthday party invitations, decorations,
games, activities, food, goody bags and favors.
Pink Poodle in Paris Invitation
Blank invitations with a picture of Paris related things such as Eiffel
tower, picture of Paris, or a Poodle.
Pink and white note cards - embellish with any of these glued around the
top edge - boa feathers, small pink pom-poms, curly ribbon, mint
green polka dotted ribbon.
Postcards of Paris - write party information on the postcards back.
Note cards embellished with Paris themed scrapbook paper.
Colors: Pink, Mint Green, White with touches of purple
Centerpiece ideas: Pretty glass vases filled with pink flowers - attach
white, black or mint green boa feathers around the top of the vase.
Fill vases with pink rocks or marbles. Or tie helium balloons to
Eiffel tower statues and place them around the table.
Since Paris is the "City of Lights" hang lots of strings of mini lights
around the party room and table.
Place maps or pictures of Paris and posters of the Eiffel tower around the room.
Fun Idea for a Pink Poodle Party
A fun activity for a Pink Poodle in Paris themed birthday party is to hire a Mime to
perform or have a caricature artist draw guests portraits during the
Dog Bone Treasure Hunt - This is a fun treasure hunt and fits in
perfectly with the Poodle in Paris theme.
Guests hunt to find
hidden dog bones with a number on it. The number corresponds to
prizes - when they find a bone with a number they will turn it in for a
prize. Make pink dog bones by tracing a dog bone shape onto pink
poster board or card stock.
You will need at least 3 x the number
of guests you are expecting. Before the party hide the dog bones
around the party area or if it's nice outside around the yard or park.
You can make more bones without numbers to hide also - kids love this
game and want it to last awhile.
Charity Animal Shelter Scavenger Hunt - If your child would like to help
out the local Animal Shelter this is a fun activity to get everyone
involved helping local poodles. The object is to go around the
neighborhood (make sure there are adults with the children at all times)
and ask neighbors for items they would like to donate to the animal
shelter. You can make this a competition and send out 2 teams -
one team takes the odd number houses the other the even number, or send
everyone out together. See the
Animal Shelter Scavenger Hunt List - it's free to print out.
Pin the Tail on the Poodle
This is played like Pin the Tail on the Donkey. Find a large
poster or draw a pink poodle on a large poster board and hang it on the
wall. Buy large pink pom-poms and attach double sided tape to
them. Give each party guest a pom-pom and one by one blindfold
them, turn them around and then tell them to stick the pom-pom on the
poodle. Depending on your poster determine where you want the
guests to put the pom-pom (head or tail), mark it and the winner is the
one who "pins" their pom-pom closest to the mark.
Eiffel Tower Ring Toss Game
Buy a good sized statue of the Eiffel Tower and place it on the floor.
Find plastic rings, or make from cardboard and paint them pink, that are
large enough so they fit over the top of the Eiffel Tower with plenty of
room. Have guests stand back from the Eiffel Tower, about 7
feet, on tape you have placed on the floor. Each
guest gets 3 - 5 tries to throw their rings on the Eiffel Tower.
You can change it up by starting close to the Tower and then each round
moving them back a few feet.
Poodle Puff Relay
This game is played like the classic Egg and Spoon race. You will
need 2 wooden spoons and 2 large pink pom-poms. Divide guests into
two teams. Have them line up at one end of the play area and
at the other end have 2 orange (or pink!) cones that they will have to
run around before they can go back to their team. Have guests
place the pink pom-pom on the spoon. They have to run around the
cone and then back to the line to hand the spoon off to the next person.
If the pom-pom falls off the spoon they must pick it up, run back to the
front of the line and that person must start again. First team to
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Chocolate dipped strawberries
Chocolate fountain with fruit (strawberries, grapes, apples) to dip in
Sparkling cider in plastic champagne glasses
If you can find some cute new plastic dog dishes you could serve the
cake and ice cream in them.
Velvet choker necklaces (like a dog collar)
Pink Cotton candy
Goody / Loot bags
Scarves to wrap around party favors and tied
Small pink hat boxes
Bags with an Eiffel Tower print
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