Your child is now two years old. How quickly! They can now walk and talk, and you’ve made it through another year! This huge milestone for you and your child deserves a tremendous celebration!
While your toddler may have favorite characters or preferences, they are still too young to choose a party’s theme, so Mom and Dad can still help choose or influence the theme.
Having trouble deciding on a theme? There’s nothing to be concerned about. With these carefully picked collections, we’re going to share the most popular second birthday themes with you and assist you mamas and dadas hold a stress-free celebration!
TWO The Moon
One of the most popular 2nd birthday party themes! A sleek and fashionable second birthday celebration is created by the space’s colors of black, white, and silver. Space components such as rockets, astronauts, planets, and stars will excite children of all ages!
Don’t grow up TWO Fast
Do you have a vehicle enthusiast in your house? Then don’t miss this adorable 2-year-old birthday theme, ‘Grow Up Two Fast!’ Make highways with paper tapes on a large number two foil balloon to commemorate their happy day!
A safari party is ideal for both boys and girls! Your little wild one will adore this theme, which includes tigers, lions, zebras, monkeys, and more! For a 2nd birthday, this can be converted into a “Born TWO Be Wild” or “In TWO The Wild” theme.
Games and Activities Ideas
Keep a supply of dressing-up clothes ready because most children this age like dressing up. Balloons are a lot of fun, but the sound of them popping can be frightening to some young children. If any balloons pop, remove them immediately to avoid choking.
Musical statues and Simon says are two simple but structured games with clear instructions that are fun to play. Consider telling a brief story after they’ve eaten to help them relax before heading home. If prize activities are included, such as passing the parcel, make sure that each child receives something to avoid crying.
Blowers and horns will be a big hit with the kids because they love to make a lot of noise. A bouncy castle may operate well outside, but it will require a huge garden area and regular adult supervision. A shallow paddling pool and yard toys provide all the entertainment needed in the summer, but tight supervision and lots of shade are still required.
Foods And Drinks Ideas
In modest servings, the food must be colorful and appetizing. Mini party pizzas, jellies in small pots, and iced party biscuits are always popular.
If you don’t have enough little, child-sized tables and chairs, a teddy bear picnic on the floor could be an option. Spill-proof cups and party food boxes are a great idea because food will almost certainly spill.
Choose a bright, easily recognizable cake, such as one shaped after your child’s favorite television character or a train.
Stick to items you know they’ll like, such as sausage rolls, small sausages, finger sandwiches, and cheese cubes, as well as low-salt crisps and crackers, because most toddlers are picky eaters.
Sticking to water or milk for drinks is the healthiest option. The NHS suggests diluting fruit juice for children under the age of five by 10 parts water to 1 part juice. Squash, water, or undiluted fruit juice can be consumed by older children.
The NHS advises against giving fizzy drinks or flavored milk to babies and toddlers, but if you want to give them to older children, do it after the meal so they aren’t too sugary to eat anything healthy.
Plus, if you’re at home and don’t want to ruin your carpets or furniture, keep the food and drink in a dedicated area or the garden.
Guests will appreciate a small goody bag by the age of two. Don’t spend a bunch, but avoid eating too many inexpensive sweets, which are sometimes high in colorings and may include gelatine that is not ideal for vegetarians.
Replica animals, handbags, sparkly bangles, plastic sunglasses, whirly windmills, and magic painting books are all examples of inexpensive plastic toys.
Birthday Party Invitations
Making diy invites is a fun, creative play activity for your toddler and something you can do together. Sponge painting, for example, may work well. Nobody expects them to be overly sophisticated!
If you have no time to do that, you can download these templates and personalize them with your party details or your lovely photos to be included in the invitations.
FYI, every template in our site is coming for free and can be customized using your laptop, desktop and even through your smartphone.
How to Download
- What you need to do is click (left-click) the preview image.
- You should see a new page popped-up in your display, then you need to “right-click” the image and select “Save image as”
- Locate the destination folder, or just leave it as it is. Then “Enter” to start the download process.
Please note this, all files/materials have been included in that package, so once it’s finished, you are able to customize it right away.
Depending on how much of a baker you are, there are many different birthday cake alternatives. Themed birthday cakes are available in most stores, or if you want something more personalized, your local cake maker will most likely be able to create something spectacular.
You can buy a plain sponge cake and decorate it yourself as a middle ground hack. We assure you that the kids will have no idea!
Finger bits, such as mini chocolate bites (but not too many!) and pieces of fruit, are a fantastic alternative to cake for extra dessert options.
Kids will also enjoy jelly and ice cream as a treat; for a healthier alternative, try some fruity ice cream recipes. Alternatively, you can provide sorbet as a dairy-free option that children enjoy.
Others Party Tips
Your child will most likely be clinging and reliant on you one minute and mobile and wanting independence the next. Your two-year-old will joyfully play with other children, but he will not be truly sociable.
This is primarily due to his inability to put himself in the shoes of another child, therefore he may strike, bite, take toys, and cause other children to cry without realising it.
This is typical two-year-old behavior, however embarrassing and disturbing. Having strong adult supervision and not too many guests is the key to keeping the peace during his party.
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