We’re so excited to bring you our first boy party in our new line of DIY party plans: The Dinosaur Party. Cutesy dinosaur parties are a thing of the past. Young paleontologists want a real dino adventure. Party guests will jump right in to the action as they travel back through time in a prehistoric treasure hunt that all leads to a fantastic bone dig. Don’t worry. We’ll walk you through everything, from making the bones to finding the tools to hiding the clues. After the dig, hungry fossil hunters will have worked up a giganti-saurus appetite. We’ve laid out a full lunch spread, perfect for carnivores and herbivores alike. And after the party is over, you’ll send your guests home with their own dino-mite surprise. It’s a Jurassic journey your birthday boy won’t forget!

This DIY party plans comes right to your inbox as a downloadable pdf and includes over 50 pages of tutorials, party instructions and amazing photos–including step by step directions on how to make dinosaur bones. It also includes the printables pack with invitations, thank you’s, cupcake toppers, name tags, dino hunt clues and more. We’ve been dreaming up this party for so long and we can’t wait for you to create a special day for your child.

Don’t have immediate plans for a dinosaur party? We hope that you will still buy this pdf, look through its pages, and let the ideas and pictures spark your imagination. After all, these party plans are designed to inspire you and give you some awesome eye candy (the photos are gorgeous) whether or not you are going to throw this party. This party is now available in our shop.

To start you off, we thought we’d show you the Dinosaur Party invitations. Perfect for a t-riffic time. They are included in the printables section of the party pdf.

Photos by Nicole Hill Gerulat.


  1. My son would’ve loved this when he was younger!

    Kara    Tuesday, February 15, 2011
  2. I love what you have here, it’s very fun and such a greater/better take on standard party fare. And I think this would be a fun party for boys AND girls! I get it, there are gender roles and such and yes boys tend to be more trucks and monsters and dinosaurs. But shouldn’t it be cool to be a girl that wants a dino party? Great products, just wish you didn’t have to label them specifically for boys or girls. I think the customer can decide for themselves whether a specific theme is appropriate for their kid! Keep up the great work!

    Mel    Tuesday, February 15, 2011
  3. Mel–Thanks for your comment! My daughter is a tomboy and totally wants this party for her birthday. I guess we did fall into a bit of a stereotype here. Hopefully parents know their children well enough to look beyond the traditional party themes and realize that this party will, of course, work for girls as well. xo Brittany

    Brittany    Tuesday, February 15, 2011
  4. i would’ve loved this as a kid! the dinosaur stamps are SO cute

    Gloria    Wednesday, February 16, 2011
  5. I am so glad I found this blog. It’s amazing! I just viewed all of the Party Plans and they are phenomenal. The amount of time and energy you spend to create all of this is obvious!

    Shandra Lenae    Thursday, February 17, 2011
  6. Thank you for doing a boy birthday!! It seems that boys are often left out of all of the fun ideas. My son will love this for his next birthday. He is just getting into dinos. Can’t wait to see your other “boy” ideas!!

    Brandie    Sunday, March 6, 2011

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