Unicorn Party Ideas
Decorate in bright rainbow shades or use silver, pink and purple.
Silver candelabras make a pretty centerpiece or accent pieces for the party table.
Instead of party hats make the birthday guests unicorn hats by making the party hat smaller and adding rhinestones and glitter.
You can give the guests the unicorn horns already made up or have them basically done and let the kids decorate the hats themselves.
The unicorn tries to catch their own tail in this fast paced game of tag. To make the unicorn the kids line up and hold hands during the game. The head tries to tag it's tail (the last person in line) by running and trying to touch them through the other party guests in between the tail and the head. The tail tries to hide behind the rest of the kids (they can not let go of their hands) while being chased by the unicorn head. When the tail is caught the head moves into the tails position and the next child in line becomes the new unicorn head.
Each team needs 3 balloons and 1 broom. Before the birthday party blow up pink, purple and silver balloons - these will be the unicorns. Divide party guests into 2 teams. One child per team starts and must herd the three unicorn balloons to the opposite side of the room and back.
For younger children you can also play games like Candy Land and
Twister. See our Birthday Party Games
page for more games.
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