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Kids Parties

For planning a fun and stylish kids birthday party, Pink Frosting has plenty of ideas, themes and information on planning, budgeting and styling to help you on your way.  You don't need to be the hostess with the mostest!  All you need are the ideas, themes and planning tools from us to get you on your way.  And when you're finished, shop online at Australia's leading kids party shop.

Kids Parties Planning and Budgets

Throwing a party for a gang of energised little guests means you can expect the unexpected!  The best way to be prepared is to plan in advance.  Pink Frosting's expert team of party planners and party stylists give you great advice and free ideas for kids parties.

Kids Party Themes

The most wonderful birthday gift you can give a child is a fantasy party in which they live out their wildest dreams with friends and family.  We give you amazing party themes to inspire you to create a magical kids party.

Kids Party Favours & Party Loot

Kids party favours no longer have to be the boring old lolly bag filled with mixed sweets!  These days there is an unlimited selection of favour boxes and party loot in colourful styles and themes to complement any party theme.

Kids Parties Decorations & Styling

Decorations can turn even the most ordinary backyard into a magical party place!  Here are some of our top tips for creating a party atmosphere that makes your little guests say ‘wow'!

Kids Party Food & Drinks

Delight your little guests with the delicious recipes for kids parties from Australia's number one online party shop, Pink Frosting.  Our ideas include beautiful cupcakes, yummy party treats, healthy food and of course eye-catching birthday cakes.

Kids Party Games

Finding fun children's party games to play at your birthday party is critical to keeping the momentum of the party going and keeping little monsters happy!  Here are some of our best tried-and-tested kids party games for you to try.

August 9, 2012

Caramel Cupcake Recipe

Yes, caramel cupcakes on a level of amazing and she has been so kind to let me share this with you all. A sweet treat that will please the masses, you cannot go wrong with these cupcakes and the best bit is they are incredibly easy to whip up. The trick is to substitute the caster sugar for brown sugar!   more »

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August 1, 2012

Kids Tea Party

This is for kids only. That’s right! No adults allowed (except when it comes to helping to put the party activities and food together). Enjoy your weekend by hosting a tea party for you and your friends. Easy to organise and fun, mums and dads will only need to help out with the odd thing or two but the rest you can do yourself or with a buddy or two.   more »

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July 30, 2012

Cupcake Wrapper Bouquets

Looking for a decoration or activity that is easy to make and also inexpensive? Turn cupcake wrappers into cute bunches of flowers that will brighten any occasion in a fun and quirky way or use it as an activity to keep children happy and occupied during a party or to even just while away a cold winters day.   more »

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June 24, 2012

Creating Fun Balloon Table Centrepieces & Decorations

I love balloons. They are cost-effective and fun decorations that brighten up any room and these days you can find a balloon to suit any occasion. For my kids birthday parties I organise to have an inflated balloon for each child that is attending and secure them to the balloon weights and at the end of the party I then hand the balloons out to the party guests as they leave. The only trouble I have had is chasing the dad’s away from them (helium balloons are like catnip for dads – they just got to try the chipmunk voice).   more »

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June 17, 2012

Ideas for Creative Balloon Table Decorations

I love balloons. They are cost-effective and fun decorations that brighten up any room and these days you can find a balloon to suit any occasion. For my kids birthday parties I organise to have an inflated balloon for each child that is attending and secure them to the balloon weights and at the end of the party I then hand the balloons out to the party guests as they leave. The only trouble I have had is chasing the dad’s away from them (helium balloons are like catnip for dads – they just got to try the chipmunk voice).   more »

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June 1, 2012

Olympic Game Party Ideas

This year, 2012 is the year for the Olympic Games and this time London will be playing host to the world. Everyone is gearing up for the event which not just focuses on the games itself, but for someone like me who loves a good event – the opening and closing ceremonies will have event planners (including the Pink Frosting Team!) all over perched on their seats, going over every little detail.   more »

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May 29, 2012

Peter Rabbit Party Ideas

Happy Birthday Peter Rabbit!!!!! Celebrate the 110th anniversary of the tale of Peter Rabbit at your own child’s party this year with the classic Beatrix Potter range from pinkfrosting! Once upon a time there were four little Rabbits, and their names were Flopsy, Mopsy, Cotton-tail, and Peter. They lived with their Mother in a sand-bank, underneath the root of a very big fir-tree……... We have all grown up with the wonderful characters that Beatrix Potter created and it is so nice that the longevity of Peter Rabbit and his friends can be enjoyed from generation to generation.   more »

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May 17, 2012

Fun at the Fair Party Ideas

Decorate the area with streamers, bunting, fairy lights (not only around the room but along the bridal table, under a white tablecloth) and paper lanterns in various shapes, sizes and colours. Display vintage fair ground posters around the room on easels. Have a balloon stand near the entrance and as the guests arrive, they are each given a bright coloured balloon and party popper. Use bright table cloths of pink, blue, green, red, yellow, orange, gold and black. For the table centrepieces make your own with Styrofoam ball/block in which you set a bouquet of little balloons and party pin wheels.   more »

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May 9, 2012

Crystal Caves Gemstone Party Ideas

Kids love shiny, sparkly things, expensive and precious things. They also love dirt, digging and collecting their own little treasures. If you happen to have a budding gemmologist in your house, why not make their next birthday party a gemmologist field day? Even better, make your child’s birthstone the centre of the party theme, therefore decorating using the gemstones colour. For example, May’s birthstone is the Emerald, a gem that by looking at its inclusions can determine the mine and country which it came from (Columbia, Afghanistan, Brazil, Zambia and America), and to make them a vivid green they are oiled and as such will need to be re-oiled every few years.   more »

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May 7, 2012

Peter Pan & the Pirates Party Ideas

Make the party food bright and colourful, but call it “Invisible Food” like in the movie Hook with Robin Williams. The Lost Boys sit down to what looks like an empty table and using their imagination come up with the most amazing and fun food which they then turn into a food fight. Set the table with this fantastic Pirate Ship centre piece and on each end of the table the Jolly Roger decorations.   more »

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April 24, 2012

Mermaid Party Ideas

For an upcoming girls 6th birthday party why not take a journey down into Atlantis where the mermaids live and let your little girl and her friends be mythical mermaids for a day? Australia’s #1 Party Shop can help you make a Splash with their range of Mermaid inspired birthday products. From mermaid invitations, or make your own using Pink Frosting’s Martha Stewart craft collection. When I think of mermaids I think of sparkles – lots of glitter and underwater treasures. Create an underwater Mermaid Cove decorated with blue and green streamers hanging down. Fill a treasure chest piñata with sweets and trinkets (a pirate treasure map or two and some princess trinkets) for the mermaids to watch over.   more »

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April 23, 2012

School Formal Party & Decoration Ideas

A bittersweet moment in life for students is the graduation and formals. Whilst excited they are about to embark on the next stage – graduating from primary school, year ten and year twelve. It could also be tinged with sadness as some of their friends may be off to attend other schools or move to another location. This was the case for me, being an Army brat.   more »

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April 12, 2012

Mystical Winter Wonderland Party Ideas

As a child one of my many favourite collections of stories came from the imagination of C.S. Lewis and his Chronicles of Narnia. A place filled with strange and wonderful creatures and a battle waged between a great and wise lion named Aslan and an evil White Witch who sought to control Narnia and all who lived there. The first book called The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe starts the adventure of four children, siblings Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy who are sent off with all the other children to live out the Second World War in the relative safety of the country side. They end up at a country manor owned by a Professor Kirke.   more »

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April 8, 2012

Peter Rabbit 2nd Birthday Party Ideas

Looking through the great range of party themes on the Pink Frosting website I was excited to see one of my own childhood favourites now in stock ready for parents to snap up for their little ones’ birthday party. What am I talking about? When I was little, a wonderful and imaginative author, illustrator and conservationist by the name of Beatrix Potter was introduced to me by my mum. The stories of Peter Rabbit and his siblings Flopsy, Mopsy and Cottontail, Jemima Puddle-Duck, Tom Kitten, Squirrel Nutkin, Mrs Tiggy Winkle, Samuel Whiskers and my own close to the heart forever favourite The Tailor of Gloucester.   more »

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April 7, 2012

Start Your Engines Racing Cars Party Ideas

Little boys love cars. They are only too happy to tell you all about Roary the Racing Car and Lightening McQueen and his buddy Mater (as in “Tow Mater”). When my brother James was four years old he would go everywhere with a collection of matchbox cars stuffed in his pants pockets – so many that he could not walk or sit down properly. In his little hands he would hold the two favourite cars for that day. Our cousin Brendan had an even bigger car collection and when they were together all you could hear were two four year old boys making car sounds as they raced their best cars around the floor of the bedroom. It must be something that is ingrained in boys – the attraction to wheels, engines and loud revs. The faster they go, the cooler it is and Disney Pixar got it when they made the movie Cars and Cars 2. Even I have to admit I was pleasantly surprised how cool Cars was when we saw it at the movies (we had no kids at that stage).   more »

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