Throwing a kid’s party takes a lot of imagination, and theme parties are the way to go! Your candy land fiesta won’t be complete without some fun games and distinctive Candyland theme party goodies! The perfect sweet party games and candy prizes for your Candyland theme party attendees to enjoy and experience a true sugar rush can be found here!
Candyland Birthday Party Ideas
You should throw your child a Candyland-themed birthday party if they are obsessed with the idea of a rainbow world where rivers are chocolate and gumdrops bloom on trees.
There is a lot of room for creativity when you choose a bright and appetizing theme. You’ll discover ideas for invitations, decorations, food, party favors, and games to help you arrange a lovely celebration below!
Mix and match solid paperware to create a rainbow of hues. Rainbow fruit snacks, candy bars, and other bright foods can be added to each place setting. Some specialty candy shops even sell edible chocolate platters.
Regardless of what’s on the menu, turn your lunch into an Instagrammable moment. Candy-themed centerpieces will keep even the youngest guests seated, allowing the adults to enjoy that final cup of coffee.
Waiting for a drink has just become a whole lot more fascinating. With the help of floating cotton candy installations and sugar-stacked shelves, CandyLand-themed bar sections become the focal point of the party.
No need to say “cheese” with these larger-than-life lollipops and candy drops. CandyLand-themed props bring instant smiles to young and old alike.
A Candy Land party theme isn’t complete without — you guessed it — candy. Evoke the rainbow track leading through Candy Land with rainbow-colored sweets. With candy stations this stunning, we’d be happy to get stuck in Molasses Swamp for a few more roles of the dice.
You can mix in some Candyland-themed food with classic favorites like pizza, chicken fingers, hamburgers, and hotdogs. Here are some ideas:
Yes, a candy and chocolate-only buffet! In jars, platters, and dishes with scoops, place a variety of treats. A vintage-style striped awning will be used to cover the buffet. Put handwritten labels on each confectionery item, and don’t forget about the chocolate fountain.
Ice Cream Bar
Host an ice cream bar in addition to the candy buffet. Hand-scoop everyone’s favorite frozen delicacies (ideally candy flavors like bubblegum and peanut butter cup swirl) into these lovely ice cream cups, then top with candies.
Using popular candy bars, make exquisite milkshakes (in tiny cups). These sweets can usually be made in five minutes or less, according to online recipes.
With these edible glitters for drinks, you can add a little sparkle to any drink! Simply add them to your favorite beverage and stir well.
You can either purchase a Candyland-themed cake from your local grocery shop or make your own using the board game as a guide. To get ideas, use peppermint sticks, M&Ms, gum drops, licorice, and other candies.
Turn each layer of your party cake into a spot on the Candy Land map. Candy Cane Forest, Gumdrop Mountain, and Grandma Nutt’s peanut brittle house are just a few of our favorite places to indulge in a sweet treat.
Party Games & Activities
Tables should be organized into stations that correspond to the five Candyland zones (Peanut Brittle House, Lollipop Woods, Gingerbread Plum Trees, Peppermint Forest and Gumdrop Mountains). Each station should be labeled appropriately. Make each station stand out by using various colored tablecloths.
Each station will require an adult to give the youngsters directions during the party. To fill 1 hour and 40 minutes of time, kids can switch channels every 20 minutes. Here are some game suggestions for each station, as well as a free coloring paper and more candy-making ideas!
A Candyland theme party would be incomplete without a piata game. Piatas in the shape of cupcakes, lollipops, doughnuts, or ice cream are recommended. And, of course, stuff it with heaps and tons of candy! Toss the piata with a large candy cane stick. While visitors take turns, play cheerful pop music.
Candy Bag Toss
Fill tiny bags with sweets instead of beanbags for a unique variation on backyard bag toss activities. Another approach is to fill bags with cinnamon sugar to give them the same weight as traditional bags. You can use peppermint swirls or other sweet motifs to embellish the bag throw boards.
Pin the Lollipop
Take a new twist on Pin the Tail on the Donkey by allowing guests to decorate their own lollipop top by cutting out large circles and giving them the supplies to decorate their own sweet treat. Then blindfold them and see how accurately they can pin it on the stick.
Candyland Board Game
At a more relaxed event, you can pull out the old board game Candy Land and set it up for guests to play. This Candyland theme party game has been around for years and is still a fun way to spend time. You can set up one or many tables for this activity depending on your party size.
This joyful and colorful Candyland theme party invitation will get your guests excited for what’s to come. Perfect for any birthday party, totally personalized, and ready to send right away as an instant download.
How to Download
- Right-Click your selection.
- Select “Save Image As”.
- Locate the destination folder, or for easy-to-access, you can put them on your desktop, or just leave it as it is.
- Click “Save”, and the download process will take a few seconds or less depending on how fast your internet access is.
Open the file through Microsoft Word or Paint (Beginner), or Adobe Photoshop (Advanced).
Treat your guests to a lively and colorful invitation set that is sure to delight them!
We’ve gathered every small delightful treat for your sugary gathering, from ice cream bars to candy balloons. With this, I hope you’ll be able to gather everything you’ll need for your Candyland-themed party!