Hey there! How adorable are baby elephants as a party theme, right? We’ve got some seriously unique and fun ideas to share with you today – think peanut garlands, watermelon elephants, and even a fondant elephant lesson. Trust us, the sweetness factor will have you squealing with delight! How about adding some elephant charm to your next bash?
In our special baby elephant themed party bundle, we’ve gathered the absolute best in party planning, ideas, and supplies – everything you need for an elephant-tastic celebration! From choosing the cutest elephant-themed invites to decking out your party space with elephant decor and favors, we’re here to ensure your memories are unforgettable.
This theme isn’t just stylish, it’s perfect for quinceañeras, sweet sixteens, Bat Mitzvahs, and 21st birthday bashes – it’s a hit for all ages!”
You may use gray and white chevron decorations, turquoise blue and cherry red accents, and a beautiful elephant themed to create a traditional party with a modern touch.
Elephant themes are utilized to embellish the cake, favor cookies, and other party items during the event. Pretty polka dots are used to decorate scrumptious cake pops, a lovely fondant cake, and a macaron tree during the celebration!
Placemats at the children’s table resemble enormous coloring sheets, with plenty of area for extra doodling; buckets of crayons provide more color.
Clean white boxes intersected with a single red stripe, topped with an elephant/balloon medallion, provide visual appeal to the kids’ favor boxes. Model cars, bubble bottles, and a miniature replica of the elephant biscuits were among the items found within.
Adding a few extras! For their celebration, your baby elephant will require a set of elephant ears. Consider the lovely photos you’ll be able to take of your child wearing this adorable elephant ear headband!
With blue and grey felt, a dollar store plastic headband, and some basic sewing abilities, you could easily duplicate this lovely headgear. Use hot glue instead of a needle and thread to make things even easier for yourself.
A big party is in order to welcome a new tiny peanut into your lives and homes! This adorable dessert table combines incredibly gorgeous-meets-rustic inspired decoration, a delectable buffet of delectable treats, and creative party gifts.
Beautiful printed menus and scalloped tags add to the enjoyment, and soft greens and browns make a lovely new color palette.
Thank You Cards
Thank everyone for coming to the birthday party with a wonderful folded thank you card! You may easily alter the interior message or leave it blank to create your own! Included are white envelopes.
Baby elephants are a delightful party theme! We can’t wait for you to see these unique baby elephant party ideas we’ve gathered for you. This following details and supplies are good to be noticed:
- Baby elephant party stickers
- Baby blue or pink elephant balloons
- Party bundle with blue elephants
- Inflated animals from the elephant zoo
- Elephant cake pan
- Elephant cookies cutter
- Baby elephant decorating kit
- Baby elephant candy mold
- Cupcake boxes with baby blue elephant
- Edible cupcake toppers of little elephants
- Elephant keychains
Sweet Peanut Butter Cookie Pops
Elephants march through a world of pink and gray polka dots, carrying a variety of treats. You’ll shout with glee at the cuteness, from a peanut garland to a watermelon elephant to a fondant elephant as your menu at the party!
Celebrate your little peanut with these no-bake peanut butter cookie pops, which are ideal for an elephant-themed birthday party or baby shower.
They’re produced by pulverizing nutter butter cookies and mixing them with cream cheese for a delightful peanut butter taste with a creamy center. Making these pops is a lot of fun, and they’re a simple single-serve treat to put out on dessert tables.
Cute Watermelon Elephant
This beautiful and lovely watermelon elephant will provide a fresh and healthy snack for your party guests. It’s for a baby shower, so stuff the hollowed-out watermelon with melon balls, fresh berries, and a cantaloupe baby.
The rind is taken away and reused as a beautiful little trunk and some enormous, floppy elephant ears. Make a fun and healthful dessert by placing the watermelon on a bed of peanuts.
Could these adorable elephant cake pops be any prettier for a baby shower or first birthday celebration focused around elephants? In less than an hour, you can create a dozen. The candies molded trunk and the enormous floppy ears crafted from melted chocolates have to be the loveliest things you’ve ever seen.
Sweet Chocolate Oreo
One of our favorite treats is chocolate-covered Oreos. The delicious single-serve snacks are simple to create and can be adorned in a variety of ways. These Oreos with elephant chocolate coating are no exception. Oreos are dipped in white chocolate and then topped with an edible glitter fondant elephant.
Baby Elephant Birthday Invitations
Deciding on a theme for your party can be a real challenge. But hey, now that you’ve gone for that adorable baby elephant vibe, we’ve got tons of cool stuff to jazz up your party plans! Get ready to celebrate your little peanut in style!
Check out this super cute baby elephant party invite that’s perfect for everyone, no matter your age! You can pick the size you want, plus it comes with a white envelope. And if you’re feeling crafty, we’ve got a DIY printable invitation template too. Let’s tie it all together for an unforgettable bash!
Feed the Elephant
Feed the elephant is a tremendously entertaining game that is a major favorite at backyard birthday celebrations with little children. To make the trunk, paint a friendly elephant on the side of a large cardboard box and pass a dryer vent tube through the center!
To feed the elephant, the children insert peanuts in the trunk and raise it till the peanuts fall inside. Someone stands in the box to collect the peanuts and return the carnival tickets to the children.
The coolest elephants stomp through the playroom jungle on tomato can stilts. This DIY elephant foot toy is ideal for older children’s parties and is really simple to construct.
Use acrylic paint to paint four circular elephant toes on each can, then thread nylon stretch cord through the cans for the children to grasp on to. You could even have an elephant stomp race if there are enough kids!
Everyone knows that peanuts are an elephant’s favorite food, but how many peanuts does an elephant require to fill their stomach? Fill a large glass jar halfway with shelled peanuts and encourage your visitors to guess how many peanuts are in the jar.
Leave a bucket and a pad of paper available for visitors to drop their estimates into before reading through them to determine the winner. What a fun idea!
At an elephant themed party, peanuts can be used for a variety of cute and festive decorations! Bags of shelled peanuts are affordable and exactly appropriate for the occasion. String peanuts from the chandelier to create the most adorable peanut garland. For a lovely personal touch, one writer added images of the birthday kid to the bottom of each one.
These elephant themed centerpieces are perfect for an elephant themed party! They are also inexpensive, as the majority of the crafting materials can be bought at your local dollar store or craft store.
Fill a galvanized steel bucket halfway with raw peanuts and cover with a paper elephant image you made yourself. A large ribbon bow and button accent complete the look!