Ah, daisies. We love how these flowers are so simple, yet totally gorgeous. (Plus, they just evoke so much happiness!) In fact, we love daisies so much, that we decided to round up a few of our favorite ways to turn your birthday party into a daisy themed party! With a color scheme of white and yellow on our minds, we found quite a few adorable ways to make the daisy theme come to life, and are excited to share those ideas with you below. So what are you waiting for? Check out our favorite ways to bring this cheery concept to life and be sure to let us know which ideas are your favorites!
Instead of party hats, bring out the inner flower child of each party guest by having them dress up with daisy flower crowns. This can be done using real or fake flowers and is a pretty detail that each and every little girl is sure to love.
Decorations & Supplies
We love the idea of a yellow and white color scheme because it’s playful, simple, and gives off such a happy vibe. And when it comes to decorations for the party, it’s easy to combine these colors to create the prettiest daisy theme. A few of our favorite decorations for a daisy themed party include these DIY daisy balloons, and this DIY paper daisy backdrop.
To spruce up table settings, also opt for materials that are white and yellow. From plates to cups and bowls, choose from a solid colors, or a subtle pattern like the one above. And don’t forget about including bouquets of daisies on the table to finish the look.
With sweets, there are plenty of fun ways to tie them into the daisy theme. Immediately we think of daisy-shaped cookies as well as other desserts that can be coated in white and yellow such as cake pops. For display, we love the idea of including “grass”. Just use green paper!
If you want to get really creative with your treats, try making these edible flower pot dirt cakes. While the flowers may not be edible, the “dirt” is! You can even have guests make their own flower pot dirt cakes being eating. The night before the party, run flower pots through the dishwasher and let them dry overnight. To make the “dirt”, mix 2 packages of chocolate pudding according to package directions. Next, use an electric mixer to whip 3 cups of heavy cream until it has a whipped cream consistency. Now, in a large bowl, mix 2 bricks of softened cream cheese with 2 cups of powdered sugar and 1 tsp. of vanilla. Add pudding into the large bowl, and then the whipped cream. Now, put an Oreo at the bottom of each flower pot so that the pudding won’t leak through the bottom. Layer crushed Oreos on top of the whole Oreo, then add in the pudding and cover with more crushed Oreos. Add fake daisies to finish the look and let pots chill in the refrigerator for at least one hour before enjoying.
When it comes to favors, we have a few favorite ideas in mind, including a candy bar or a mini flower pot that kids get to paint at the party. If you decide to set up a candy bar, be sure to have apothecary jars, bowls, or plates, for displaying the candy options. Fill jars with yellow and white candies such as jelly beans, gumballs, lollipops, and mini mint chocolates. And don’t forget packaging such as goodie bags or paper boxes. Another great idea for a favor (that doubles as a party activity) is a painted mini flower pot. During the party, provide guests with mini pots, paintbrushes, and a variety of paint colors. Be sure to set up an area where it’s ok if paint spills, and let guests get creative!
Finally, we love the idea of using a mini watering can to package plantable confetti — that way guests can use the duo to grow their own flowers at home. Simply add plantable confetti to the brim of the watering can, and finish the look with a personalized thank you tag. (Each flower-shaped piece of paper confetti is embedded with wildflowers seeds.) Let guests know that to plant, all they have to do is simply take the confetti outside and scatter!
Do you plan on hosting a daisy or garden themed birthday party? What are some of your favorite ideas?
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