Hello Kitty Party Ideas
Have a Perfectly Pink Birthday with Hello Kitty! Throwing a great Hello Kitty Party starts with the perfect little girl! Read further for Hello Kitty Party ideas and be sure to throw a bash that will have girls jealous for years to come!
Decorate a stunning buffet table with, chocolate-covered strawberries, watermelon balls, strawberry yoghurt parfaits and bow shaped sandwiches. Decorate in pinks, reds and light pastels and fill the area with plenty of balloons and streamers in these colours to fit your Hello Kitty party theme! Hang a Hello Kitty banner or a kitty personalized banner for a more personalized touch. Scatter pink sequins, party confetti or small candies on the tabletop.
You can purchase a great Hello Kitty cupcake tier. If you do feel a bit more adventurous you might try your hand at a Hello Kitty cake yourself! Now days you can buy a Hello Kitty cake pan and make your own amazing Hello Kitty birthday cake.
Thank your guests with purrfect party favours! Here are some examples of what you can put in your Hello Kitty Money Boxes. Hello Kitty bracelets, Hello Kitty erasers, Hello Kitty shaped candy and lollipops.
Sticker Party Packs
KIDS LOVE STICKERS!! JorSam’s D.I.Y. Hello Kitty Licensed Sticker Money Box Pack is a great arts & crafts activity for children to do at parties, a fun gift for kids to keep and a useful party pack. The stickers sheets can be used to decorate your money box. Each money box is 9.5cm high and 7.5cm in diameter. The plastic lids have money slot and are removable. You can choose from 5 different colours - red, blue, yellow, green and pink.
Pin the Bow on Hello Kitty: Have the children take turns trying to pin the bow on Hello Kitty while blindfolded. If your guests are old enough for competitive games, turn each child around 3–5 times before letting them try their luck, and then award a small prize to each child who successfully pins a bow on Hello Kitty's ear. For younger children, award a small prize to every child after they take their turn.
Who Has the Ball of Yarn? Begin by explaining to the children that cats love to play with a ball of yarn. In this game, they get to be kittens hiding a ball of yarn from their owner! Have all the children sit in a circle, with a chair in one spot that is facing away from the circle. Place a ball of yarn on the floor behind the chair. Whoever sits in the chair becomes the cats' owner, and the rest of the children are the kittens. For the first round, let the birthday child sit in the chair with his/her back to the rest of the children. Choose another child to hide the yarn behind his/her back. When the yarn is hidden, all the children in the circle chant "Meow, Meow, Who has the Ball?" Now the child in the chair must try to guess who has the yarn. When he/she guesses correctly, the child who had the yarn is the next to sit in the chair and try to guess. Continue until everyone has had a turn, or until they tire of the game.
Kitty Coloring Page: Give each child a copy of a Printable Kitty Coloring-In Page and an assortment of decorations, such as markers, crayons, glitter glue, and stickers. After the children finish decorating their pages, have them write their names on their creations. Then, help the children hang their pages on the wall, or let them trade pages with their friends.
Mother Cat Game: To begin the game, ask the children to sit in a circle, and choose the birthday child to be the Mother Cat in the first round. After the Mother Cat has left the room, select three children to be Kittens. All of the children should cover their mouths with both hands and only the three Kittens start saying "Meow, Meow, Meow." When the Mother Cat returns, she must listen carefully to find all of her Kittens. When she has found all three, another child is chosen to be the Mother Cat, and the game continues.
Copy Cat Game: For the first round, let the birthday child be the Cat and act out simple moves, such as licking a paw, purring, scratching behind the ears, pouncing, or taking a cat nap. The other guests must be Copy Cats, and act out all the same moves. Set the timer for two minutes, and then choose another child to become the Cat and create moves for the Copy Cats to imitate. Continue this way until each child has a turn, or until they tire of the game.