Are you ready to throw a fun Dora the Explorer baby shower? Let’s go! Our Dora Party Ideas include suggestions for invitations, activities, and more, that will have your guests yelling, “Vamanos!”
Divide the kid-themed party area into distinct Dora the Explorer-inspired settings. Attach many blue streamers to fans so that they swirl around for Windy Valley. Cut a bunch of blocks out of construction paper and tape them to the ground for Rainbow Road.
Fill a kiddie pool with water and floating crocodiles, or lay a blue sheet on the floor and set every crocodile or alligator toy you can locate, buy, or borrow for the infamous Crocodile Lake. Hang green vines and balloons overhead for the Spooky Forest.
Remember to place signs in each place to ensure that the kids know where they are (and appreciate it). You can also use arrows to indicate other regions.
Set up the kid’s theme party area like a fiesta in terms of general décor. Tissue paper flower bouquets, streamers, and balloons in red, yellow, purple, turquoise, and orange are hung.
Turn a sombrero inside out and tether balloons to the inside of the cap on the tables. Place any Dora-related toys on the table for a more festive display if your child has any.
“Feliz Cumpleanos!” banners can be hung all throughout the house. (“Happy Birthday” in Spanish) for a “Dora-like” effect.
You can use brown paper to construct a meandering trail into the kid’s party area, and green crepe paper to hang “vines” in the doorway.
Make large animal footprints on your driveway and along the path to your front door with chalk. You can use construction paper animal prints to direct the children to the party area and various Dora the Explorer settings.
Party Foods and Drinks Ideas
Incorporate Dora’s Latin heritage into your party food! Here are some ideas to get you started:
Put a banana in a hot dog roll after peeling it. Then apply peanut butter and honey on top, and you’ll be surprised at how delicious the monkey sandwich is!
Allow the kids to assemble their own tacos using crispy corn tortilla shells, ground meat, shredded lettuce, grated cheese, diced tomatoes, sliced olives, salsa, sour cream, and other ingredients.
Kids will be amazed by your ability to turn plain green Gatorade into a steaming swamp! Start with a green punch and then add a few Pop Rocks candies to each glass after you’ve placed one in front of each child.
When this candy comes into contact with the green punch, it will crackle, burst, and split because it is prepared with carbon dioxide.
This is a fantastic tropical drink that will transport the kids to Dora’s world! Combine two 46-ounce cans of pineapple juice with one liter of lemon-lime soda, then toss in 4 ounces of sweetened raspberry-flavored drink mix powder.
Dora the Explorer Baby Shower Invitations
The passport invitation is an excellent do-it-yourself invitation concept. Make a photocopy or scan of the outside of your passport, then print it and decorate it with Dora stickers. For example, write:
“This is your ticket to a fun and exciting Dora the Explorer birthday.” Dora and (Birthday Kid) will be in charge of a journey through the forest (your address).
Draw Map (one of Dora’s greatest friends) and type “I’m Map” to create a map with directions.
and I’m here to show you how to have a great time celebrating the birthday of your child!”
To make it easier on you to plan your party invitations, you can use these free templates that we offer for you. You can simply customize with your details based on your creativity.
If you’re wondering how to download this template collection and what you should do next, please read and follow these following guides:
- Choose your template design.
- Move your mouse pointer and Left-Click the template.
- Wait for a while, a new page will appear after a while.
- Right-click the template and choose “save image as” to save it.
- Locate where the file will be saved on your device and enter.
If the download process has finished, Open the file with either Microsoft Word or Adobe Photoshop. Then insert your text or party information. Print the final draft on cardstock or any type of printing paper.