Kid's Party Ideas -
Camouflage Party Supplies, Camo
Party, Military Party, American Heroes Party
Party Resource Guide
Presented by Event & Wedding Planners
Send your troops
off to Boot Camp! Plan a military themed birthday party with some fun
camouflage party supplies. Welcome troops home or plan a Camo
Party to support the troops!
Camo Gear Personalized Photo Banners
Camouflage Personalized Photo Banners!
American Heroes Personalized Banners Each
American Heroes Customized Memories Banners Each
invitations that let your guests know that they
are an important part of this birthday celebration.
Create fun boot camp names. Ask your guest to come in
Attach a bouquet of helium filled
balloons to a light post
or mailbox so there will be no mistaking where the fun will
be that day!
Greet your guests by hanging a
banner from your front door or entrance.
A fabulous way to add spunk right from the get-go!
Military Hero's Photo On This Banner
Never underestimate the power of music to set the tone for
When using a color scheme use one or two main colors and
build around these. If you choose to use only one color for
your decorating, try to add little touches of another color
or a lighter or darker shade of the same color to create a
more pleasing effect. Adding little splashes of white,
black, gold or silver will not detract from your main color
choice, and the effect will be considerably more dramatic!
When using a "camo theme" use colors like: green, brown, yellow &
black, then add some fun props related to your theme to create a spectacular party
Set your party
room with fun camouflage decorations.
Balloons, can economically transform any room, backyard or
park into a festive space in a matter of minutes by using
some of the following ideas:
Use a Helium Tank to fill balloons. Tie
Green Curling Ribbon, and group them together. (Odd numbers look best:
3, 5, or 7) Place groupings of balloons around the party
Tie a bunch of helium filled
balloons to the birthday
child’s chair, or tie one to the back of each chair.
If you choose not to use helium, tie balloons to varying
lengths of curling ribbon, and hang balloons from the
ceiling, or from a light fixture over the party table.
Balloon arches are
ideal for photo backdrops, entryways, and to hi-light
different areas around your party room and are easy to make.
If you don't want to do a Balloon Arch,
a column of balloons
will work much the same way that arches do, and can be used
for entryways, photo backdrop, or for a terrific splash of
color when placed at intervals around a party room. Top your
column of balloons with a
CAMO METALLIC BALLOON
make the perfect accessory. They can be hung
across the ceiling of a tent, or a room with a high ceiling
like banquet halls or a gymnasium.
Streamers offer an economical way to splash lots of color
around the site of the party. Create a fun and colorful
effect by draping streamers from the center of the ceiling
to the walls on each side of the room, or between trees if
the party is being held outdoors. The streamers can be
twisted after they are anchored to a ceiling wall or table
for a more dimensional look. Two different colored streamers
can be placed back to back and twisted for a unique look.
They also look terrific hanging from doorframes or cascading
vertically down walls.
Setting a table with the party ware, including the
tablecloth, cups, plates, napkins, and cutlery is the
fastest way to create a focal point in a room.
Add one or a few of the following touches to personalize
Create a centerpiece using a bunch of helium filled
Balloons tied with
curling ribbon. Attach them to a
Display your birthday cake in the center of the table…the
kids will love the close up view!
Napkins can be laid out on a buffet table, or can be
displayed at each place setting. Place napkins in the center
of each place setting at an angle, or unfold them and place
them in glasses for a tall dramatic look. The napkins can
also be tied (and bundled with plastic cutlery) with a
multitude of items to match your theme. Try
Green 3/8" Curling Ribbon,
Gossamer Streamers, ric-rac or ribbon.
Bring color to the table via napkins. Give each person two
napkins slipped into one napkin ring. Use two different
colors, two coordinating patterns or one patterned and one
solid-colored napkin. A colorful setting can be achieved
with little effort this way
Play army. Let the kids engage in their own combat games.
Act like a drill
sergeant and use your whistle! Have the kids do push ups &
sit ups and see who can do the most!
Piñatas are always fun, I've never seen a child turn down a
chance to take a swing for a sweet treat.
obstacle course for the recruits outside or in an open area.
Gear up with a military helmets. Utilize play sets and
equipment. Lay out tires, boxes to leap over & etc. Give a
Boot Camp Certificate for completing their
Create a secret
mission. Strategically place clues throughout your party
area leading them to the next clue. Create obstacles to the
recruits like throwing soft balls or squirting them with
Create a relay
race and make the kids wear
Camo Army Helmet and keep them on while running.
Face paint your
soldiers with camouflage (easy to do with some dark green,
brown and black eye shadow with a cotton ball).
Give everyone a
Party Food & Cake Ideas
As the excitement is so high at children’s birthday parties,
most children under the age of 10 will eat very little, and
the waste can be disheartening. If you are entertaining a
younger crowd, schedule your party during a time when
parents will not expect that their children will eat a
meal…and serve only cake, ice cream, and a few other
munchies such as popcorn, cheese balls, or grapes.
Have a camp out
in your back yard. Roast hot dogs and make S’mores and serve
beans! Even if you cannot have a bon fire use an outdoor
fire place pit to create the mood. Serve easy to prepare
Name all the food and
beverages to match your theme.
Serve Sandwiches cut
into shapes with cookie cutters (helicopters, boots,&
Display a Cake in the
center of the food table. The children will love the
close up view!
camouflage cake or just create a 9 by 13 cake and decorate
with army guys and tanks. Use our ball cake pan to create a
helmet cake by cutting it in half, use licorice as a strap.