A Perfect Hello Kitty Birthday Party Ideas
Hello Kitty is one of the most common themes for little girls parties and there are so many Hello Kitty items available to purchase and download, here are some ideas of how to make Hello Kitty birthday party go purr-fectly.
Hello Kitty Birthday Party Decorations
The general theme colors are red, pink and white. You can cover three walls with white sheets and pink balloons and then have a feature wall covered by a HK shower curtain where you can hang a large framed picture of the birthday girl.
Have pink table cloths or table runners and scatter large cut out flowers, red bows or white dots to make it look playful.
If you don’t want Hello Kitty plates and napkins as they are expensive or hard to find, stick with solid colored dishes etc so you can use leftovers at a later date.
There are lots of Hello Kitty pictures online that you can print (or even enlarge) to stick around the room or even make life-size cardboard cut-outs. If there are boys attending the party, include pictures of the male Hello Kitty (called Dear Daniel) so they don’t feel like it is too girly.
Favors for Hello Kitty Birthday Party Ideas
You can purchase hello kitty jewellery or watches quite easily or if you want to have something slightly different, you can tie fairy wings to the back of each child’s chair before they arrive so they can put them on and take them home when they leave.
If you find that Hello Kitty items are too overpriced, buy flower items as they also match the theme perfectly or print off coloring pages from the Hello Kitty website and make them into a coloring book for each guest.
Activities for Hello Kitty Birthday Party Ideas:
You can have a few different activity stations scattered around the room including:
- Making kitty ears – before the party, cut ears in a headband shape out of white paper and big bows out of red paper. The children can then glue the bows on and decorate the ears using felt tips, glitter and sequins. You can then pin them onto the girl’s hair and paint whiskers onto their cheeks using face paint. For boys, they can create Dear Daniel bow ties.
- Give each guest a saucer of milk so they can lap it up like a kitty and if they finish it all, reward them with a Kit-Kat chocolate bar
- Pin the flower on Kitty – cut out flower shapes or purchase flower stickers and write each child’s name on it. Draw a large picture of Kitty holding a bouquet and then blindfold each child and let them try to get the flower in the bouquet.