Happy spring! Today I’d love to share with you some adorable bunny party ideas that I loved for my daughter’s 7th birthday party!
I think these ideas and printables would work for an Easter party as well as a bunny birthday party!
My daughter requested a bunny party with blue flowers (her favorite color), so I took those ideas and combined them with my favorite style. And I totally love the result!
The idea for this party was a vintage, shabby chic style with a modern twist. So with some french accents added in, I’m calling it a “French Country Bunny Party” 🙂
Bunny Party Decorations
I used plenty of silk flowers with glass vases and galvanized containers from Michaels.
Then I added in some adorable bunny decorations from Home Sense, like a bunny table runner and bunny figurines. Starting in mid-February you can find lots of bunny decor and bunny themed treats in stores, with Easter on the way!
I found this darling felt bunny garland on Amazon, it was handmade in India. It’s so cute and well made, I’ll happily be using this for my Easter decor for years!
Bunny Party Printables
But I think what really ties everything together are the bunny party printables that I designed and used throughout.
From the large bunny print to the place cards, they bring together the colors and florals, while not all being exactly the same (because that’s boring!).
Here are the printables I used in this party: (products linked, just click to check them out!)
- Large Bunny Poster
- Small Floral Flag Bunting
- Bunny Tent Food Cards
- “Thanks for hopping by” Bunny Sign
- Wreath Favor Tags
- Floral Bunny Place Cards
- Floral Bottle Wrappers
- Small “Bonne Fete” Banner
- Editable 8×10 Bunny Sign
- Editable 5×7 Bunny Sign
- Bunny Party Circles
- Pin the Tail on the Bunny Game
For our party lunch we served fresh bun sandwiches (turkey, ham, swiss and cheddar cheese options) along with macaroni salad and potato salad. And for those veggie loving bunnies there was a huge vegetable tray with dip, including lots of carrots!
Drinks included blue Hawaiin punch, iced tea and water.
The party treats included bunny sugar cookies (made by me), an assortment of cookies, chocolate cupcakes and a vanilla cake with cream cheese icing (also made by me).
More fun bunny themed treats: mini chocolate bunnies and milk chocolate buds (aka bunny tails!).
Bunny Party Activities
We had three bunny themed activities for this party. The first was the classic game, pin the tail on the bunny!
I got this poster printed as an engineering print from Staples for only a couple of dollars.
I printed the bunny tails at home (with the names already on them using an editable PDF file!) Then I used a 2 inch circle punch to trim them out, and right before game time I put a piece on the back of each. Pretty easy, and this game is always fun!
Secondly, we had a carrot hunt. Before the party I hid little ornamental carrots from the dollar store around the room. For the game, the kids had to hop around like bunnies and find two carrots each and bring them to me. Then they got a prize of a foil wrapped chocolate “carrot”.
Our third bunny party activity was painting little plaster bunny figurines (again, dollar store for the win!) The kids each painted their own bunny, with lots of colors to choose from. This was such a hit!
Bunny Party Favors
Along with the bunny figurines that the kids painted and took home, I made bunny headbands for each of them. I set these on the party table so they could wear them during the party, and they loved them!
They’re very simple to make, all you need is a plastic headband, pipe cleaners, and hot glue.
In the take-home party favor bags, I included some bunny themed candy and chocolate.
I hope you liked this “French Country Bunny” party and were inspired with ideas for your own bunny party!!
Let me know in the comments what you liked, or if you have any questions for me!
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