Joyful Party Themes for March Birthdays
Celebrating a March birthday? Well, lucky you! Find all the inspiration you need for a March birthday bash right here.
Margo Gothelf · 5 months ago
The House of Hood
Wondering how to celebrate your birthday this March? We’ve got you covered. March is full of crazy holidays and celebrations that can easily be adapted and used as inspiration for creative and one-of-a-kind birthday parties. Not sure where to start? Check out the list below and get ready to party!
Dr. Seuss Birthday Party
Hostess With the Mostess
Oh, The Places You’ll Go with a Dr. Seuss birthday party! Honor the famous author and his March birthday with a whimsical party celebrating some of his most creative characters. Spend the day making your own truffula trees with the Lorax, taking pictures with Thing 1 and Thing 2, all while munching on green eggs and ham. End the party with a read-along with some of your favorite Dr. Seuss books. Find more Dr. Seuss party inspo over on Pretty My Party.
Super Mario Party
Did you know that March 10 is Super Mario Day simply because when the date is written out as Mar10 it looks like Mario? If you’ve got a video game lover with a March birthday, you should definitely throw a Super Mario Bros birthday party. Turn your home into a real-life video game and see who collects the most gold coins. Split your guests into teams and see who can be the first to save Princess Peach from Bowser. The best thing about this party is that you won’t have to worry about running out of lives!
Pi Day Birthday Party
If birthday cake isn’t your thing and you’re more of a pie person, then you’re unquestionably going to want to get on board with a Pi Day birthday party. While the holiday is technically celebrating the mathematical constant and not the dessert, it has been adapted over the years to celebrate the sweet treat. So plan a day full of pie baking activities. Find out how to make pies from scratch, bake different fillings, and learn how to make detailed and intricate designs on top of pies. Your guests are sure to go home with a full belly and some tasty leftovers.
National Crayon Day Birthday Party
Hostess With the Mostess
Channel your inner artist and throw a crayon-themed birthday party to celebrate National Crayon Day, which falls at the end of the month. Don’t be shy when it comes to the theme. Go all out with a crayon banner, lots of coloring books, even some edible crayons. No idea is too colorful for this party. Head over to Hostess With The Mostess for more inspiration.
National Panda Day Birthday Party
National Panda Day falls in mid-March making it the perfect theme for a birthday celebration. Honor the adorable creatures with a black-and-white-themed party and even dress up like them with this realistic panda face painting tutorial. Set up a station where your guests can craft their very own mini panda out of toilet paper roll, so they can have a mini panda of their own. Want a panda for the party in real life? Head over to World Wildlife Fund where you can learn about adopting a giant panda that lives in China. Unfortunately, you won’t get to meet the panda, but you will get to learn about and support the lovable creature through a donation, which is pretty cool.
St. Patrick's Day Birthday Party
The House of Hood
Spend the day getting lucky with a St. Patrick's Day-themed birthday party. Invite your guests over with shamrock-shaped invitations and make sure to tell them to put on their best green attire. Spend the party making your own leprechauns and decorating your own pot of gold cupcakes. Find more St. Patrick's Day birthday party inspiration at The House of Hood.
Unicorn Birthday Party
Parties With a Cause
When it comes to the glitter, the more the better. Start your unicorn party off by giving everyone a unicorn name and letting your guests decorate their own unicorn canvas or unicorn dreamcatchers. For dessert, turn sugar cones upside down and decorate them with frosting, gummies, and sprinkles, turning them into edible unicorn horns. Jump over to Parties With A Cause for even more magical inspiration.
Crafting Birthday Party
Rhythms of Play
March is National Craft Month, so it only makes sense to throw a craft-filled birthday party. Set up a station full of basic crafting supplies including scissors, glue, paper, and some paint. Then let your guests' imaginations run wild — or give them the option to follow along on a few tutorials. Have supplies set up if they want to make fingerprint art glass magnets or tape resist watercolor paintings. Finish the celebration by decorating your own cupcakes, because after all, the crafting doesn’t have to stay on the paper. Want more inspiration? Check out Crafts By Courtney to see her crafting birthday party.
March Madness Birthday Party
Michelle's Party Plan It
Host a slam-dunk birthday with a March Madness-themed party. Spend the day playing different basketball games and activities, like horse, or watch a classic game of hoops before playing basketball bingo. You can even make decorations for your favorite team. Check out some ideas over on Michelle’s Party Plan It
Trash To Treasure Party
Join in on the celebration of Old Stuff Day on March 2 and throw a trash-to-treasure birthday party. Have each guest bring an item that they no longer want and can trade for something new. Then, set up a craft station where you can give your item an upgrade and make it into something to treasure. For dessert, celebrate with a treasure chest cake full of random goodies.
Hello Spring Party
Play Party Plan
Give spring the welcome it deserves with a spring-themed birthday party. Fill the room with bright colors, lots of flowers, and a spread full of fresh fruit and veggies. Have a station set up for each guest to paint their own terracotta pot and plant their own flowers. Head over to Play Party Plan for some more exciting spring birthday party ideas.
Space Birthday Party
Who wouldn't be over the moon with a space-themed birthday party? Invite your best astronauts over and head off on a mission to outer space. Spend the party exploring the galaxy and soaring to different planets. Who knows, you might even meet a few aliens along the way. Finish off the expedition with a giant slice of moon cake. After all, you will be pretty hungry from all of that space exploring. Grab all of the inspiration you need from Brit Strawbridge’s party plan.