When planning fall birthday parties, it’s important to have options other than a pumpkin birthday party or apple birthday party. Here are some of the best fall birthday themes that I have thought of while planning fall birthday party ideas for two of my kids.
Pumpkin and apple birthday parties can be super cute – and in fact, I am seriously considering doing a pumpkin patch birthday party for my youngest who will be celebrating his first birthday party in October. But there are a ton of other great birthday party themes that are perfect for Fall birthdays as well.
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Fall is a great time to celebrate an tween or teen birthday (or a toddler, too!) with a rustic camping party. With the addition of natural elements and GINGHAM (yay!), this party totally blew me away!
A farm birthday party can be great for either a boy birthday party or girl birthday party. And a farm theme can be traditional (pictured below) or even have a modern spin by changing a little decor and colors.
A train themed party is a great year-old birthday party theme, but works great for a fall birthday party. I love the stripes and backdrop in this modern train themed birthday party.
Fall Birthday Themes
A slime birthday party is a GREAT idea for all of you that have Tweens. My oldest daughter is OBSESSED with slime, and with her birthday coming up in October, a slimed theme party is right at the top of her list. Fingers crossed I can convince her into another idea, because my husband has had quite enough of the slime creating around here haha!
In my opinion, there is nothing better than celebrating a fall birthday with a Harry Potter themed party! A Harry Potter party could easily double as a Halloween party too. I absolutely adore this design (floating candles!)
A great alternative to a farm birthday party is a circus or carnival birthday party, and I love this modern version.
A pumpkin party can be adorable if it’s designed with unexpected colors and details. I love the addition of pink to this pumpkin party.
I can’t get over the adorableness of this Curious George birthday party. It’s so bright but yet doesn’t seem appropriate for only spring or summer. And I love all of the layering of bananas, streamers and banners for the backdrop.
I planned a Kate Spade Birthday Party for my oldest daughter a few years ago, and by using magenta, black and white, and gold details I was able to make the party gorgeous and fall-appropriate.
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