I love planning birthday parties for my kids. I think a Dr. Seuss themed party would be SO much fun! Birthday Express has made it easy, too. They have everything you need to plan the perfect Dr. Seuss themed party. Here are some of my favorite Dr. Seuss birthday party ideas! There are some great items you could use for a school Dr. Seuss read-a-thon or National Read Across America Day (Dr. Seuss Day, March 2, 2015), too!
Invitations – Get your guests into the party spirit with these Dr. Seuss Invitations. The packageincludes 8 invitations with envelopes and features all of my favorite Dr. Seuss characters on the front.
Party Decor – With the Dr. Seuss Balloon Bouquet and Dr. Seuss Wall Decal Set, your guests
will walk in and be transported to Dr. Seuss’ world of the Lorax and the Grinch. Need even more balloons? Check out this 30-Piece latex balloon kit from Amazon. Start the party off right by giving each guest a Dr. Seuss Cone Hat and Dr. Seuss Blowout when they walk in the door. Mom and dad can also get in the spirit with several adult costumes available at Birthday Express. My favorite is the Adult Cat in the Hat Costume .
Food & Drink – The books of Dr. Seuss are filled with great food ideas. Spice up your typical deviled eggs with some green food dye and serve alongside some roast ham to get the classic green eggs and ham. And what better way to serve your party’s green eggs and ham than on the Dr. Seuss Dinner Plates. These Red & White Striped Paper Straws are also a must! For dessert, the kids will go crazy for these Dr. Seuss Cupcake Wrapper and Box Kits. Each kid can get their own present with these individually wrapped boxes. You can either make a Dr. Seuss themed cupcake or buy some from the store and change out the wrappers.
I personally love their Party in a Box deals. They start at just $23 and make the planning go so much quicker. Choose from Basic, Deluxe, Deluxe with Favors, or Ultimate. You can also select whether your party is for 8 or 16 guests. When you go this route, you’ll save up to 40% as opposed to purchasing the items all separately. That’s the way to go, in my book!