Tag Archives: Tiger Party

Tiger Party ideas. To play catch a tiger by the tail, you need a tail. Here’s a quick and easy tutorial for making a cute tiger tail.

For the game instructions see The Tiger Party. These socks were purchased at Target. Photo & diagram by Sara Westbrook.

Tiger Party Ideas. This Tiger themed birthday party was planned for an adorable boy turning two. Here are the main elements so you can recreate this party yourself. Don’t forget to download the invitation and cupcake toppers in the previous post, with versions for a 1 year old and a 2 year old. And check out the Tiger tail tutorial tomorrow (say that 10 times).

Chocolate with coconut cream filling. Cake by Flour and Flower Designs.

A black and orange color scheme is perfect for this fall party.

Take a party hat template and make it mini (just right for a little guy) by shrinking the pattern down. Embellish with contrasting crepe paper.

Little things that two year olds love: trains, balls, and animals.

Play catch a tiger by the tail: Every party guest has a tail tucked into the back of their clothes. Everyone tries to steal the other players’ tails. After they have stolen a tail they tuck it into the back of their clothes so it’s fair game for someone else to steal. The one with the most tails after the allotted time wins. Or for another simpler version, have the birthday boy run around with a tail and everyone else can chase him (which isn’t as easy as it sounds because two year olds are fast).

Photos by Sara Westbrook.

Tiger Party ideas. I’m posting a cute mini-party tomorrow: a Tiger Party. This party was for a 2 year old, but we’re including invitation and cupcake topper downloads in both a 1 year old and 2 year old versions and invitations for 3 year olds. 1 & 2 year old invites. 3 year old invite.

Stamps are from the new Sunday Funnies collection. Invite design and photo by Sara Westbrook.

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