The Harry Potter books are the best thing to happen to fantasy literature in a long time. Harry Potter and his wonderful adventures are adored by all. It’s now time to put on your wizard robes and begin casting birthday party tricks.
You’ve come to the correct site if you’re looking for Harry Potter birthday party ideas for your kids. We’ve compiled a list of some of the best Harry Potter décor, party supplies, and gift ideas to transport your guests to the Wizarding World.
Harry Potter Party Ideas
As always, Harry Potter’s charm makes everyone feel like a kid again and allows their imaginations to soar. These Harry Potter party ideas are appropriate for all ages, ensuring that every guest that enters your home is enchanted.
Harry Potter Party Decorations
If you’re a Harry Potter fanatic, you might want to arrange your own party. There are a lot of amazing decorations out there, and we’ve compiled a list of some that will be your favorites.
Live in Hogwarts
Transform your party into Hogwarts. The children can play the role of wizard students, while their parents can play the role of magic instructors. Your favorite stories will come to life with our Harry Potter costumes and party decorations.
Table dessert decorations
Within this majestic backdrop with floating candles, house crest and house seal banners, colored tablecloths, and goblet drinking glasses, guests can delight in scrumptious Harry Potter meals.
Or something similar, with floating candles, a black tablecloth with colored table runners, and decorative plate ware from the Hogwarts Houses of Gryffindor, Slytherin, Hufflepuff, and Ravenclaw.
Harry Potter Party Games & Fun Activities
Your kids will have one of the most memorable birthdays with these fun Harry Potter activities and attractive games! Remember to tell us which Hogwarts House you belong to!
Harry Potter Wand
For your magical celebration, you’ll need some fun games, and a DIY Harry Potter wand is a great place to start! This incredibly simple craft is a lot of fun and helps you get your creative juices flowing!
Who Am I?
Break the ice by playing “Who Am I?” As soon as the kids come, pin a sheet of paper to their backs with the name of a Harry Potter character on it (give the easier characters to the younger children).
The kids are then required to travel around the room, asking questions about their character that can only be replied with “yes” or “no.”
“Am I a wizard?” is one example. “Can you tell me whether I’m a muggle?” “Do I look like a child?” “Can you tell me if I’m excellent at magic?” and so on.
Using the names of places found in the books as a starting point. Tell the kids that each of the areas where they’ll be searching has a name.
The garden, for example, could represent Hogwarts’ grounds, the sitting room, Diagon Alley, and the kitchen, Hagrid’s cottage.
Write your clues such that the kids must find a letter in each location, which can then be unscrambled to reveal a fitting Harry Potter word, such as Hogwarts or Gryffindor, at the conclusion. Your older siblings will enjoy assisting you with the treasure hunt planning!
Make Magic Potions
Allow your guests to mix two cups of white glue with 1 ½ glasses of water before they arrive at your party. Using food coloring, add a few drops. Mix two tablespoons of borax with two thirds cup warm water in a separate container.
Then, have the party guests mix the borax solution with the glue solution and see what happens. While they’re making their magic potions, keep an eye on them and cover up any party outfits or costumes if needed. Alternatively, make some slime or bubbles to play with.
Harry Potter Party Activities
Guests will be kept entertained with puzzles and word games while other events take place, such as waiting for their turn at particular games or anticipating the Great Hall feast.
Then it’s over to the wand shop, where they may get their own wands wrapped in parcel paper and tied with twine.
After that, head to the Owl Post to read the Daily Prophet for the latest wizard news. Set up a station for people to write birthday greetings to the honored guest.
It would also be the ideal time to put up a photo booth, complete with a cutout of “Where is this Wizard?” as a frame or prop.
Harry Potter Party Favors & Supplies
Turned upside down, wizard hats make excellent party bags for a Harry Potter celebration. You may get them at a party store or online for a reasonable price.
Additionally, purchase a wand for each child. You might also add a pair of Harry Potter glasses, which can be found for a low price at many party stores and fancy dress outfitters.
Find some chocolate frogs and see what you can!
When the kids arrive home, print off a few of our Harry Potter puzzles and Harry Potter coloring pages for them to do.
A small bottle of bubble solution should be added to the mix. You could wrap a cylinder of purple paper around the bottle and write “Magic Potion” on the label.
Here’s another party supplies you can’t miss:
- Harry Potter Favor Cup
- Harry Potter Balloon
- Harry Potter Balloon Bouquets
- Harry Potter Table Cover
- Harry Potter Lunch Napkins
- Harry Potter Birthday Banner Kit
- Austin Beanie Boos White & Gray Owl Plush
- Harry Potter Swirl Decorations
- Harry Potter Scene Setter with Photo Booth Props
- Harry Potter Pinata Kit with Candy
- Harry Potter Favor Bags
- Harry Potter Hogwarts Balloons
- Dobby Life-Size Cardboard Cutout
- Harry Potter & Hermione Granger Life-Size Cardboard Cutout
- Harry Potter Centerpiece Cardboard Cutout
- Custom Harry Potter Photo Yard Sign
- Harry Potter Cupcake Topper
- Harry Potter Water Bottle Labels
Harry Potter Party Invitation & Birthday Kit
If you’re throwing a Harry Potter-themed party for your little wizard, you’ll need Harry Potter invites.
We have a large selection of printable invitations to choose from, so pick your favorite and get started personalizing!
You don’t want to bother with customizing them? You can simply fill in the blanks on one of these layouts.
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