Both of my boys have been Minecraft nuts since the first one of them got their first “big kid tablet” and could start playing Pocket Edition. Then after Santa brought them a PS4 last Christmas along with the full version of the game, their love for Minecraft went next-level. Between the time they spend in Creative or Survival, playing Story Mode, and watching their favorite YouTubers play (DanTDM, StampyCat, and Pat and Jen have practically become part of the family), this game has become a big part of the boys’ lives. Fortunately, it’s a very creative and kid-friendly game, so we don’t mind. In fact, we love seeing the creative structures the boys construct, and watching them learn teamwork when they play in Survival together.
I figured it was just a matter of time before one of them requested a Minecraft party. Though my seven year-old has been playing longer, it was my youngest that requested a Minecraft birthday party first. Here are the details from his Minecraft-themed 5th birthday party from a few weeks ago.
Minecraft Birthday Party Invitations
Minecraft Party Décor
Minecraft Party Food and Beverages
For food and beverages, we tried to stick with food items from the game, or foods that looked like other Minecraft blocks and crafting materials. See a link to the party printables at the end of this post.
Minecraft Party Favors
Minecraft Party Activities
I can’t believe my baby is five! Where does the time go?
All printables for the party are available in this post here. The printables I created are free, but I would appreciate a follow for @fabeveryday on social media (you can find me on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or Instagram) in return. If you post pictures of your parties, tag @fabeveryday in them so we can see what you do! Finally, if you blog about your party, please link back to fabeveryday.com in your blog posts to credit the printables and inspiration.
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