This fantastic DIY Circus Birthday Party themed celebration was sent to me by Kristin of Kristin Visk Photography. How incredible is that vintage popcorn machine?
Are you looking to host a Circus Party? Here’s the easiest way to start: download and print the Robot Party Printable Party I designed.
CIRCUS PARTY PRINTABLES
The circus party is now available HERE.
I go about decorating my party with the printables and then purchase a few items to accent the party. Here are some of my favorite Circus Party Decorations from around the web:
CIRCUS PARTY DECORATIONS
Here are all the links to these adorable products:
3 Tier Cupcake Foam Stand with Circus Carnival
Small Popcorn Boxes
Carnival Paper Fans
Carnival Party Signs
Carnival Party Straws
Carnival Pennant Decorations
Ferris Wheel Cupcake Holder
CIRCUS PARTY FOOD IDEAS
This is a circus party treats that ANY mom can make (or buy)! Put them in darling red and white baking cups and top them with animal crackers.
These cupcakes are a bit more tedious, but oh boy are they worth it! Slip a cupcake into those same red and white baking cups, place a cupcake inside it and top them with marshmallows, slit and dyed!
Cheers for another genius and EASY treat idea. Twinkie Dogs….drizzled with red frosting to look like catchup. Place a lollipop sick in the Twinkie and you have the cutest ‘hot dogs’ at the circus.
CIRCUS PARTY ACTIVITIES
Is it even a party without a photo-booth?! Especially one as darling as this? That stunning star is just precious and I can’t handle how cute that barbell is!
Nothing’s more fun that a classic game of Ring Toss. Especially at a carnival. I love how this rendition is housed within a darling circus stand.
I made one of these Prize Punch Boards for my church’s nursery and it was A MAJOR HIT! They loved it. I think this would be a great idea for a circus party activity.
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