I’m sure we’re all familiar with and have attended our fair share of traditional girl and boy themed parties such as princesses and fairies for girls and cars and trains for boys. These parties are great, but I especially love when I attend a party that veers from the traditional in terms of gender. Check out these 8 fun twists on girl themed celebrations that are typically for boys, but refashioned with girl details in mind.
Science Party (via At The Picket Fence) Get your mad scientist on with this creative pink and purple science party complete with “proton pops” and awesome science experiments.
Dinosaur Party (via The Tomkat Studio) Dinosaurs aren’t just for boys. Here’s a bright and modern take, complete with a delightful pink dinosaur cake.
Fancy Farmgirl (via Hostess with the Mostess) Get your cowgirl boots on with this sparkly pink and gold farm party.
Supergirl Party (via Hostess with the Mostess) This supergirl party packs a powerful punch with electric blue and pink colors and kryptonite cupcakes!
Pink Pirate Party (via Birthday Express) Ahoy Matoy! This pretty in pink pirate party is super sweet, yet dashing and thrilling at the same time.
Rainbows and Race Cars (via Glorious Treats) This bright colorful party’s perfect if you’re celebrating a joint boy and girl party and combines two fun-filled themes in one.
Pink Train Party (via The Sweetest Occasion) If your little girl loves trains (and pink), this party’s got all the details to get on board with style.
Girly Stylish Bow and Arrow Party (via Hostess with the Mostess) This creative modern archery party is so fun and includes the super cool activity of designing your own bow and testing it out on the range!
What are some of your favorite party themes for girls?
Agnes Hsu is a mom of three and has been inspiring parents and kids to get creative with easy activities and family friendly recipes for over 10 years. She shares her love for creative play and kids food to her 2MM+ followers online. Agnes' commitment to playful learning and kindness has not only raised funds for charity but also earned features in prestigious nationwide publications.