A party with a monster high theme. Isn’t it a strange party theme? I understand that this isn’t your typical ‘go to party theme,’ but it could be the party theme that makes your child squeal with delight on their birthday this year.
Monster High Birthday Party Ideas
Surprisingly, if you think outside of the box, a Monster High party theme is perfectly doable. The colors – black, hot pink, and blue are essential – and the scary ornaments are the most important features.
Around Halloween, be sure to pick up some decoration goods — they’re ideal for a Monster High Party! Take a look at some of our Monster High party ideas.
At a Monster High party, the correct decorations can make all the difference! Use black, pink, and white decorations, and add Cheerleader party supplies to your Monster High decorations.
Below are some more fantastic Monster High decoration ideas:
Hang Monster High banners at the party’s entrance. Make Monster High-themed posters or cutouts to put around the party area.
To imitate the Monster High scenario, make lockers out of butcher paper and line the walls of your Monster High party area with them!
We adore this fun Monster’s High tablecloth, which serves as the ideal backdrop for our dessert celebration. A gorgeous background is another fantastic addition to any dessert table. Party napkins were used to make this one. We just hung the napkins in a row.
We are quite satisfied with the results. It’s the ideal place for Monster High’s Happy Birthday banner, which is larger than life. It’s an excellent way to begin a birthday celebration.
As Monster High decorations, scatter Monster High toys about the party space.
Arrange pink, black, and white balloons in a circle around the party area. Include a few Monster High balloons in your decorations for a fun touch.
In the center of the table, I glittered paper mache letters for “FAB,” then designed paper talk bubbles to print and cut for “Freaky” and “Fun.” DIY paper chain garlands hung over the table, adding a playful touch.
Using the dolls in your treat displays is a terrific way to suddenly change the look of your dessert table! I arranged the Getting Ghostly Twyla and Draculaura dolls on plates of rock candy sticks and made little paper banners for them to grasp.
The bulk of the desserts on the table were store-bought or “semi DIY,” which means you buy a ready-made dessert from the grocery store and tweak it a little to make it fit your theme, such as the cupcakes below.
I got simple pink and blue cupcakes from my local grocery shop and decorated them with Monster High Icing Decorations and huge pink heart sprinkles.
Make your own Monster High invites for an extra special touch. This might be a great way for you and your kid to get ready for your Monster High party!
For your upcoming Monster High birthday party, here are some free Monster High invitation templates!
If you’re wondering on 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 be appeared
- Right-click the template and choose “save image as” to save it
- Locate where the file will be saved in 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 printing paper.
Fill push pop containers with Monster High colored candies, then decorate them with patterned paper and little printable bows, as shown above, for a lovely treat idea that may also double as a take-home favor.
And sometimes all you have to do is give a store-bought goodie a clever name (and put it on a food label that looks like a coffin!)
Monster High is a hit with young girls. We love their message – Be Yourself. Be Unique. Be a Monster! Here are some party games that you could play at your Monster High Party.
Monster High Dance Competition
Play the Monster High theme tune and let all of the girls show off their fantastic insane monster dance routines, but when the music stops, everyone must cease moving.
Any player that moves is eliminated from the game until the next round. Continue to play until just one dancer is left. She is crowned the Monster Ball’s Queen.
Fear Squad Tryouts
It’s time to practice for the fear squad, so get your pom poms ready. Fear squad is a well-known group. What the Fear Squad Captain, Cleo De Nile, is up to! Players take turns as Cleo and make up cheer motions in this party game.
It’s up to the other players to see who can repeat the move. In a Simon Says adaptation, this might also be used. When Cleo begins her directions with “Cleo Says,” players must follow her orders.
Monster Celebrity Head
This is a simple game that works well as a pre-game warm-up. The names of the Monster High characters should be written on the envelope labels.
Each girl is given a sticker to paste on her forehead, and she is allowed to ask questions and receive a YES or NO response. If they get a NO, the following player asks a question to figure out which Monster High Character they are.
Without a cake, no party is complete. When you decorate mini cakes with Monster High Ghouls, candles, and sprinkles, you’ll be sure to wow your guests!
We enjoy dessert tables with a variety of choices, so cupcakes were a must! Our pink glitter cupcake wrappers added just the right amount of ghoulishness to them!
Our cookies were also topped with the same hearts. Simply glue them on with a dab of icing on the backs. They simply add a special touch to our favorite cookies!
These are just a few ideas for a Monster High party that we might throw. We’d love to know how you went about throwing yours!