Peppa Pig is one of our favourite pre-school party themes, and to celebrate, we’re going to show you how to throw a super special Peppa party that your little ones will love!
These bright and colourful party supplies are perfect for young children who love the show. Throw in some our unique DIY party ideas, games, decorations and food ideas, and you’ve got all the ingredients for a birthday they’ll never forget.
Read on for all the inspiration you need!
Send out party invitations
You’ll need some guests, so get your party started with these cute Peppa Pig invitations. Send them out around six weeks before your party to give everyone enough notice to clear their schedules.
Choose your tableware
Next, pick up all the essentials like plates, cups, napkins and tablecloths. Themed tableware is an absolute must for your Peppa Pig party and this fun tableware selection featuring Peppa and George adds plenty of pastel colours to your celebration.
Make pig snout cups
Make Peppa Pig house party boxes
Party boxes are a great way to serve your party food, as everything can be prepped in advance. To make yours match your party theme, you could decorate these plain white party boxes with this clever printable house design to turn them into Peppa’s home. They’re so cute and easy to do!
Balloons and DIY decorations
The next step for your Peppa Pig party is the decorations. Peppa obviously has to feature heavily in your decorations, and these official Peppa Pig balloons are one of the best ways to do this.
We love this giant Peppa balloon – just imagine what a great centrepiece it’ll be!
How about making your own Peppa Pig pom poms to decorate the room? All you need is these paper pom poms in pink, green and blue, a pack of Peppa Pig masks and our free printable arms and legs. Here’s how they work:
- Assemble your pom poms. Fluffing out a pom pom can be quite time consuming, so we recommend making these decorations the day before your party.
- Each pom pom has a string that you use to hang it from the ceiling. Use sticky tape to attach a mask to this string.
- Cut out your arms and legs and stick them on.
Peppa Pig party treats
Now that your Peppa Pig decorations are done, it’s time to think about a few treats to liven up the party! The Peppa Pig theme doesn’t stop here, and it won’t take too much work to make your birthday buffet extra special.
Anyone who’s ever watched an episode of Peppa Pig knows how much she loves splashing around in muddy puddles! Chocolate milk is a nice treat for your little one on their birthday, especially with these cool free Muddy Milkshake printables stuck on each bottle.
Plan some fun party games
Finally, make sure you’ve got a good selection of party games up your sleeve to keep everyone entertained. Here’s a selection of our favourite Peppa Pig party games!
Pass the parcel
How about putting a Peppa Pig twist on musical chairs by using these printable ‘muddy puddles’ instead?
The rules are exactly like musical chairs. When the music stops, you must stand on a puddle and whoever’s left without a puddle to plant their feet on is out of the game! Simply take one puddle away after each round until you’re left with a winner.
Peppa Pig treasure hunt
Treasure hunts always go down well at birthday parties, so we’ve put our own Peppa Pig twist on them with these printable treasure hunt cards, available in six different colours. Here’s how you organise it:
- Print two sets of cards for each child (or team).
- Cut out one set of cards and hide them around your home and garden. You can make it as easy as you like, depending on the age group you’re dealing with.
- Give the second set to each child (or team).
- The winner is the first child (or team) to find all the items in the correct colour!
And there you have it – plenty of Peppa Pig party ideas for your next birthday party! Visit Party Delights to browse our full selection of Peppa Pig party supplies or stay on our blog for even more kids’ party ideas:
- How to Throw the Ultimate Moana Party
- How to Throw an Iridescent Mermaid Party
- How to Throw a “Paw-Some” Paw Patrol Party
Originally published: April 2016