Awesome Ideas for June Birthday Parties
Celebrate your June birthday with a party to remember!
Margo Gothelf · 4 months ago
Happy birthday June kids! Celebrate your birthday this year with a party you won’t forget. There are SO many events and holidays in June that make for an excellent party theme — so don’t worry if you haven’t picked one out yet! We've rounded up plenty of party ideas for lucky June birthday kids.
National Donut Day Party
Forget the traditional birthday cake — this party is all about the donuts. Celebrate your birthday with a party in honor of National Donut Day (June 4). At this party, the donuts are not just for dessert. Welcome your guests with a room full of donut decorations — we're talking about a donut wall, donut garland, and donut balloons. Set up a crafting station for your guest and let them make donuts out of salt dough and craft donut sock pillows. The party wouldn't be complete without a towering cake made out of donuts. Grab more inspiration for this sweet party over on Play Party Plan.
A Day At The Farm Party
I'm not sure when Old MacDonald's birthday was, but if it was in June, I bet he would throw a farm-themed party to honor Farm Workers Day on June 10. Steal the idea for a party of your own, and spend the day on the farm partying with all of your favorite animals. Decorate your yard just like a barn with red and white checkered tablecloths and barrels of hay seats. Let your guest explore the "farm" with a chicken egg hunt, and let them bring home a paper plate farm animal of their very own. Bonus points if you can even getting a petting zoo to come IRL! Check out more ideas for a farm-filled party over on Kara's Party Ideas.
Moana Birthday Party
See how far you'll go with a Moana-themed birthday party and celebrate your big day with Moana and Hei Hei right by your side. As your guests arrive, give them each a colorful lei to get into the island spirit. Set up a spread full of tropical food inspired by the animated film like Tekah lava rock candy, driftwood pretzel sticks, and fruit of Tefiti. Then, set up the movie to play in the background while you craft your very own Heart of Te Fiti suncatcher and a paper flower crown just like Moana. Grab more ideas for a Moana-inspired party over on Mommy of a Princess.
National Go Fishing Day Party
There'll be no reeling in the fun at this fishing-themed birthday party in honor of National Go Fishing Day (June 18). Cast your line into the celebration and decorate the room like the inside of a tackle box full of pretzel fishing pole rods and gummy worm bait. Make your own paper plate fish and finish off the party with a classic game of backyard magnetic fishing to see who can rank up the most catches. Cast out your line and see what other inspiration you can find over on Hostess With The Mostess.
World Day of Music Birthday Party
Celebrate your birthday and World Day of Music (June 21) at the same time with a music-themed birthday party. Spend the day exploring music in all different ways. Learn how to make your own musical instruments out of recycled items, choreograph a dance to your favorite song, and belt out a tune at the karaoke booth. Finish off the day with a group drum circle and a slice of cake right out of a drum. Sing and dance right on over to Kara's Party Ideas for even musical inspo.
National Pink Day Party
Love the color pink? Then do I have good news for you. June 23rd is National Pink Day, making it the perfect theme for your party this year. With this party, there's no such thing as too much pink. Invite your guests over with pink invitations and set the dress code for different shades of pink. Fill the room with pink streamers and balloons, and set up a photo booth full of fun pink props. End the celebration with a pink pinata cake — filled with pink candies, of course.
Night at the Drive-In Party
Get in gear: It's time for a night (or afternoon) at the drive-in. Don't worry if your guests aren't old enough to drive over — they'll have a cardboard car seat waiting when they arrive. Before they settle in for the film, let your guests grab some tasty snacks at the concession stand. Then, get ready for the main showing and pick your favorite movie to share with your friends — you can even make it a double feature! When the movie is over, park the cars and celebrate with popcorn cupcakes. Drive on over to Party Like A Cherry for some more ideas.
Summer Solstice Birthday Party
Leave the winter behind and welcome summer with wide-open arms with a summer solstice party. The official first day of summer is June 20, but you can celebrate all month long. Head outside for a day full of outdoor fun. Set up a water obstacle course, partner up for a water balloon toss, and even set up a giant DIY slip n slide. As you dry off, craft some suns and make your own bouquet of flowers to celebrate the return on the warm weather and your birthday.
Photo Shoot Party
Time to strike a pose! Throw a giant photoshoot birthday party in honor of National Selfie Day, which falls at the end of the month. Swing into the celebration and set up a bunch of mini photo booths around the yard. Fill each one with props to go with a different theme — like Hollywood, superheroes, or a tropical summer. You'll want to keep a Polaroid camera around at each booth, so you'll be able to see some of your shots instantly. When you're all posed out, set up a crafting station where you can decorate picture frames to show off your photos from this special day.
Among Us Party
It's time to call an emergency meeting to discuss how awesome your Among Us birthday party is going to be. Invite your crewmates over and get ready for a full adventure on the Skeld. Spend the party making Among Us crafts and even learn how you can play the game IRL! Just don't get caught being the Imposter. Suss out your skills and check out more ideas over on Kara’s Party Ideas.
Summer Camp Party
Heading off to camp this summer? Get a head start and throw a summer camp party right in your backyard. Set up different activity areas like lawn games, arts and crafts, and water games for all of your guests to rotate through. When you've gone through all of the activities, bring the group back together for a giant scavenger hunt all over the yard. The day at camp wouldn't be complete without a perfectly toasted s'more. You can even set up a s'mores bar full of topping to switch up the traditional dessert. Grab more camp-themed ideas over on Just Add Confetti.