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Plan a Curious George Birthday Party

Plan a Curious George Birthday Party

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When my son was turning two, he was crazy about Curious George, so it seemed like a great theme for his birthday party. I was able to find some basic decorations at a local party store, but I used Pinterest to add some additional touches. We don’t have a big house so I wanted to make the most of the small space. These Curious George birthday party ideas should help you plan something similar!

Decorations & Food

I bought several picture frames from the Dollar Tree and framed book covers, which I used to decorate our mantle and to hang around the room. I looked up how to make pinwheels out of paper and made a few to decorate with, and I made the garland out of craft paper and glue sticks and hung it across the fireplace.


I bought wooden letters from Hobby Lobby, painted them red and set them on the mantle; I also used them for his two year-old picture.

I used a mixture of balloons, tissue paper balls and paper lanterns to surround our dining room chandelier. The end result turned out great, and I got a lot of compliments on it.

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Behind it was a candy bar decorated with streamers and some garland I made by using a paper punch. I made chocolate cupcakes and printed toppers which were attached to toothpicks. I cut a large number two out of cardboard and covered it with pages from a book, and we served pop corn rolled up in book pages.


For the table, I used black tape around a yellow cup to make cup and plate look like a yellow hat, and I placed bananas everywhere. I ordered a “Curious Dax” shirt from Etsy, my go-to place for party supplies I can’t get here in town or make myself.



Favors & Activities

The party was mostly adults and very young kids so while the kids played with Dax’s toys, the adults chatted and ate. Everyone said they had a good time, and the decorations really brought the party theme together.

The kids took home a small Curious George book which I bought from Scholastic Books for $1 each and a bag of candy.

This theme could work for both boys and girls and could also be cute for a baby shower!

It’s YOUR Party

Whether you’re faced with a birthday, baby shower, adoption, or christening, we hope we can make it easier for you! Our Birthday Party Planner should definitely be in your bookmarks bar – it puts ALL the local party resources here in town at your fingertips! Do you want to participate and share your personal party experience with other Huntsville parents? Just fill out our secure submission form here.

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