How to Throw a Horse-themed Kid’s Party

At some point in their lives, most children experience a horse phase. You can’t blame them. What could be more satisfying than ropin’ and ridin’? Mirago Media AB created Grapevine. Our vision: In today’s world that is constantly changing our goal is to design and develop low-cost products that can be enjoyed by everyone during the hours , and also to help with the preparation and planning of schatzkarte birthday parties, celebrations, events celebrations, anniversary celebrations, corporate events and family celebrations by providing tips and techniques.

Even if they don’t have the time to indulge all year, you can treat them to a birthday party with horses. These are some ways to bring the theme alive.

Invitations for Horse Parties

In a western style, announce the party! To imitate the stitching on a saddle, you could print simple invitations from your computer onto cardstock. You could also hand deliver each invitee a cowboy-style hat, with all the details printed on paper. Invites could ask children to wear the hats at the party. You could make a postcard with the details of the party and turn a photograph of your child riding a horse into a postcard. If possible, invite guests to wear western-style shirts and cowboy boots.

Horse Party Decorations

Get ready for the horse party theme!

If you have the opportunity to host a party outdoors, gather some straw bales and cover them with quilts.

Fake straw can be purchased at craft shops and scattered around the food table. You can also place some plastic figurines of horses in the straw.

You can make a horse party decoration by buying bandanas. Then fold them into triangles and tie one end to the other. This will create a birthday pennant banner featuring a cowboy theme.

A plywood board could be used with a hole for a face, and a picture on the opposite side. You could use a picture of a cowboy riding a horse or a cowgirl riding a horse. The kids could take their pictures through the hole and have them taken during the party.

Hang some ribbons from equestrian shows around your home if you can.

Horse Party Food

You can expect cowboys to be hungry so make sure you have pizza or sandwiches available. To keep the theme western, serve the food on red-checked deli sandwich wrap paper. Here are some more ideas for horse party food

Serve carrots and shiny red apples with a dipping sauce. These are two healthy snacks that horses love.

Place a bowl of potato sticks in a bowl and place a sign near it to make the children think they are eating hay.

You can make a horse party cake in a variety of shapes, including a horseshoe or a horse head. Or you can bake a plain round or square cake with a figure of a horse on the top.

You have two options: either buy a horse-shaped pan to make the cake yourself, or hire a professional baker to do it.

You can also make cupcakes with horse-shaped toppers. You can buy them at a bakery supply store, or print an image that you like onto cardstock. Then, make your cupcake toppers.

The book “Hello, Cupcake!” contains instructions for making adorable horse cupcakes from store-bought cookies. The book “Hello, Cupcake!” contains instructions to make adorable horse cupcakes using store-bought cookies. Or you can use rolled fondant for blue-ribbon cupcake toppers that match the equestrian theme.

Horse Party Games and Activities

Horse parties are not complete without some horse riding. These are some horse-themed activities and games:

Play Red Rover, Red Rover but call it Pretty Pony. The children must gallop to the other side of the track instead of running.

Play H-O-R S-E if you have a basketball hoops.

Horse races can be organized depending on the age of the children. One child (the jockey), rides on the back of another child, the horse. Blue ribbons are given to the winners.

Show your children how to make stick horses.

Too complex for your age group? You can make the stick horses ahead of time and give them to your children as favors. Or, you can make cardboard stick horses by cutting a horse head shape. Give each child a wooden stick with a sawed slit and set out craft supplies like glitter, felt markers and crayons. After they have decorated the cardboard horses heads, place the neck of the horse into the hole in the wooden dowel. To secure the heads, you can use a hot glue gun.

Pony rides are a classic activity for a horse-themed birthday party. This service is available for $100 an hour. Although it might seem expensive, it’s comparable to renting a bouncy house or hosting a party at a professional venue.

You can dress up your dad as a horseman if you don’t have the funds. He could even play the role of a pony or bucking bronco depending on how wild the rides are.