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Girls First Birthday Party Ideas: Pink & Green Owl Theme Party

My baby girls first birthday party was a smashing success! We decided that we’d keep it simple with a fun owl party theme and focus on the 4 F’s: Family, Friends, Food and Fun!


We always plan parties on a budget, so we decided upon an Owl Birthday Party Theme in pink, lime green and white. We hosted at our house where we matched the decor to the owl photo all around the house. Simple balloons, printed signs, owl cupcake toppers, and matching napkins and plates set the scene.

We had an outdoor scavenger hunt for the older kids, where they first had to decorate their favor bags, then find fun stuff to fill them up with. The adults drank while the kids played, I think everyone was happy! Hope you like the photos!

First Birthday Party Owl Invitation,: Created it on Photoshop, printed


Simple girls first birthday party decor: balloons and free printable Happy Birthday sign

Simple plates, napkins and utensils from Target


Girls first birthday party -homemade cupcakes for owl themed party

Homemade cupcakes for an owl themed party


Cupcake stand: Wrap a card board box in cute wrapping paper. This one was a flat from a soda can package.
Singing to the Birthday Girl, MJ ready to help her blow out her candle
First Cupcake: Needless to say that she DEVOURED it!


Yours Truly: The Hostess with the Mostess. Check out my Owl shirt! 🙂


  • Hi, thanks for sharing! But o need to find the owls cupcake toppers to print them do you know where can I find them? Thanks

  • Great pics and decor. I’m looking for a theme for my daughters first birthday party. You did a great job. Thanks for sharing!

  • Thank you for posting your daughter’s 1st birthday party. My daughter will be turning 1 in a few months and I have been thinking about what to do. Thank you for helping me put it all back into perspective.

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