On his 2nd and 3rd birthday, we just travel. Things change when he started going to school so we planned to have a small birthday party at his school. It was an intimate party because he has more or less 15 classmates. A DIY party is not a problem.
Sharing with you the DIY birthday party themes that we had during his 4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th birthday.
My son likes Lightning McQueen so we had Car birthday party theme for his 4th birthday party. I don’t know any boys who don't like cars.
Read: Car Birthday Party Theme
He enjoyed our trip at Hongkong Disneyland so for his 5th birthday party, he wanted a Mickey Mouse birthday party. I love Mickey Mouse too!
Read: Mickey Mouse Birthday Party
DIY Mickey Mouse Birthday Party
DIY Mickey Mouse Invitation
When we transferred to a new school, birthday parties are not allowed, so we have no choice but to celebrate it at home. We live in a small house so we only invited my in-laws. I was expecting that he will ask for Lego birthday party theme but he wanted a Mario birthday party.
Read: DIY Mario Birthday Party
Lastly, we had a Little Chef Party for his 7th birthday party.
Read: Little Chef Party
7 Things for 7th Birthday
Now, I suddenly miss planning a DIY party. This year no more theme party and my son just wanted to have a staycation. He said, mommy, I want a hotel with a playhouse.
Honestly, as of this writing, we haven’t booked any hotel yet and we only have few days left. I’m hesitant because he has classes on the day of his birthday and it’s been raining every day so I’m not sure if we will enjoy our staycation. Good luck to us!
Care to share your birthday party themes.
Read: 5 Tips for Throwing an Epic Birthday Party
Update: October 2021
Read: Gamer Birthday Party