Any ideas for a good birthday party for a 5 year old girl?

Jessica - posted on 01/25/2009 ( 41 moms have responded )

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Hello mom's of girls! My husband and I like most parents right now and struggling with money. My daughters birthday is feb 24. she will be 5 years old. She is into so many things at once I dont know what to do this year. She love babies, princess, dora, care bears, ect. We have dont a care bears, princess and dora birthday party all ready dora twice. What she we do this year to keep the cost down? She is in pre- school this year so she asked if she can invite some of her school friends to. I asked her who and it's only five girls. but then we have family and family friends to. we are looking at maybe 15-20 adults and 10-15 kids. please help me come up with birthday party ideas for my 5 year old girl. i live in st. george ut.

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User - posted on 01/02/2013

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I have a little girl who has got no freinds her age other than her brother who 11 months younger than her she is turning 5 we are trying to habe a birrhday party in two days i want to do something she would like but money and time is low i dont know want to do she lows to dress up, pricecess ,jewelrey, and, anything, with babies what do i do

Guia - posted on 08/01/2013

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Hello to all mom's I'm a single mother of 4 kids i have 3 boy's age 13,16,21 so there all older. I have a little girl who 4 year old I have done party ever where for her. The thing her birthday is Dec 8th and I want to start early for her. I'm planning to rent a community room. I'm cooking since her birthday fell in the winter what love to hear what type ideas you mom's got please. What type game and and things Is good. My spending is between $1000 or less. Please write.

Janice - posted on 02/04/2009

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With four girls, I got very tired of paying crazy prices for all of the themed birthday party items, so for the past few years, I buy plain white plates and cups, put the childrens names on them and then I buy stickers from the dollar store, they have every character going and if you have boys, you can buy boy stickers as well. When the children first arrive, I set them up at the table and get them to decorate their cups and plates. It is a great icebreaker for kids that dont know everyone there, and you have their names on them, so they dont get mixed up. My girls love to make anything themselves, so I have had make your own mini pizza, make your own sundae, etc. Also, to save money on a cake, I make cupcakes and let the kids decorate their own- craft and cake in one! Good luck with birthday party ideas for your 5 year old girl. And as others have said, I find 5 year old girls are happy just to have their friends over to play.

Barbara - posted on 02/05/2013

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At that age, we had the party at home and played games. Balloon volleyball (or keep it up) with a streamer for the net was always a favorite. I would make a tin foil ball for hot potato. The ball was a prize wrapped in foil and then around it another layer with another prize and keep repeating so there are enough prizes for each child. When a child gets out, they unwrap one layer, get their prize, and then the game continues. Small candies or stickers worked well for prizes. Musical chairs, freeze dance, pin the something or a something (we never had a tail or donkey), a pull string piñata.... We also did art projects at each home party. You can buy small wood cut outs of girls, crowns, or animals for them to color. They could decorate their own princess crowns. There are sun catchers to paint.

Lindswey - posted on 01/30/2013

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last year i threw my daughter a candyland game themed bday party. it was amazing we set up a ice cream buffet which included sprinkles,assormant of candy, suckers , just candy galore lol
for games we used xmas decorations. the big candy canes and had the kids to a potato sack race threw them.then we had a pie eating contest, just filled small pie tins with chocolate pudding and cool whip. we also set up a slip in slide to keep the kids entertained when the games were over.

for decoration we put clear tissue over balloons and attached them to doll rods to look like giant suckers turned out adorable. we had the foam floor puzzle pieces from my daughters room that we used to look like the cany land squares. the party turned out so cute and did everything so cheaply

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Jenny - posted on 01/31/2014

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Hi I'm Jenny and we're having a tea party for 8 little 4 year olds. Starting of with each getting a paper plate where I pipe an icing sugar flower on and they decorate with smarties and jelly tots. Then mix a big bowl of rice crispies with caramal condensmilk and have the girls fill icecream cones to eat. then later cut each girl 2 rounds of pre mixed sugar cookie dough. have them use cookie shapes to cut out and decorate with sprinkles and bake to eat later.

Mark - posted on 12/19/2013

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There are lots of great ideas out there but one of the main expense can also be the party bags. If you buy from the shops you generally need to buy 6 or 8 of everything which is ok if you have 6 or 8 kids. Any more and you end up buying more than you need. At www.PartyBits2008.co.uk you can purchase top quality fillers and supplies in the quantities you want at fantastic prices.

http://www.PartyBits2008.co.uk

Ji-Young - posted on 05/23/2013

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I live in Hawaii so this might be different for people living in places where swimming is not really a good option but pool parties always seem to be a hit. It keeps the kids active and entertained, just splashing around and chasing each other in the water, and then they're starving for food after. I don't know. I feel like when I was growing up, just getting together with your good friends for hours on end with cake and pizza was amazing. Now, I think we moms put way too much pressure to make it like this huge ordeal when the kids could care less about all the details. They just want to have fun.

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A garden girl party would be a great option for you. You can host this party in your backyard or maybe at a park. The greenery and natural atmosphere will minimize the cost of your decorations. If you are on a shoe-string budget, you can host a tea and snacks party for your guests. The little ones can enjoy some girly activities such as painting, decorating cupcakes, storytelling, reading books, etc. Here is a link to some budget-friendly garden girl party ideas. Hope it helps.

http://www.mybirthdaysupplies.com/garden...

Nicole - posted on 01/23/2013

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have a princess/fairytale party... kinda like a tea party have the guests (kids) dress up as their favorite character.... i bet you have pretty linens, use things for nature to decorate (free) and you could make cupcakes and have them help decorate with sparkly sprinkles.... dont put too much pressure on your self... it will be wonderful no matter what the day entails... ;)

Samantha - posted on 01/17/2013

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I did a Tinkerbell theme party for my DD’s fifth birthday. I got the supplies at a discounted price from MyBirthdaySupplies. You can also try them. Some other interesting themes can be Pinkalicious and Hello Kitty.

Tyana - posted on 12/31/2012

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Kool, my birthday is the 24! I'm in the same boat as you, my daughters turning 5 on Feb 18. I'm clueless on what to do.

Suzy - posted on 11/18/2012

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Hi Mom! I'm a Mom too. My Angel Birthday is end of November. We live in Florida and still hard to find the Affordable Place to held her Special Day! We used to Celebrate at In-Lows House, but I want to go another Place where she can have fun. I never been there, just past thru with Train when I moved to CA with Mom. She still lives there. We have a Park to celebrate but I still want to go another Place. if you have a Nice, Big Park you can Decorate there with affordable Birthday Decoration from Dollar Store, she can have a Birthday Hat, Balloon, decorated plates with Napkins, Invitation card, and more....go by the Lake. We could go the Beach we live near, but I still want to find a Special Place for her. I will Look & Pray for that, and your concerns! Have a Blessed Weekend & Week2! Mom from Fl!

Andrea - posted on 06/27/2012

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My 7yr old daughter just had a Charm Bracelet Party and she loved it! We found a website which sends you everything you need in a pretty box so you can do the party yourself, which was fantastic for us as we also wanted to keep costs down! We had 9 girl's, including our daughter, so we went for the 10 children pack which was only £69. We had lots of cushions laid out on the floor with a pink blanket and put all the charms and beads into bowls and they all sat around making up their own bracelets. it was so easy to prepare. we did food and also had a couple of games They provide lots of extra charm beads, so we used these for prizes and their completed bracelets we put into the pretty pink bags they sent and added them to their party bags. Overall a very enjoyable and stress free party!

Lee - posted on 06/06/2012

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have a house party and buy a jumper, make your own food bbq or make a big pot of spaghetti or get catering from subway and have games

Pam - posted on 05/30/2012

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Divide & conquer: We used to have a "grown-up" birthday party that was quieter, had people over who were like family to us. Then we had a loud kids party, so no one got overwhelmed. Kids during the day, grown-ups at night, or different days or each whenever it's convenient.

Activities: Once we set up an obstacle course around our house---kind of a challenge in a townhouse w. postage-stamp yards, but it worked.. The kids had fun --hopscotch, jumping over a stick, twirling, doing X number of jumping jacks, run around a post 3 times, hula-hooping, crab-walking or walking sideways, skipping, tossing bean-bags, etc. We didn't keep score or times, & the kids ran through it about 10 times before they got tired. Girls aren't as competitive and usually care more about process than who won; no prizes needed.
Fill a pinata from a party store with cheap candy, gum & have at it. Activity & goody bag in one (make sure adults are on hand to help parcel out equal amounts of candy in zippered bags w. names in marker so there aren't any tears). Draw a line beyond which no one can go until you say it's OK so no one gets whacked.. You can use a baseball bat, broom handle, or whatever's handy for a bat, & a scarf for a blindfold--no need to pay for these..
If I figured wrong & there was a lull, I'd cut a donkey shape out of the newspaper (just get a head,w. ears, body & 2 legs in profile--you don't have to be an artist), tape it on the outside of sliding glass or garage door & cut leaf-shaped newsprint for "tails" & attach tape & play pin-the-tail on the donkey. Especially with our boy we tried to keep everyone outside as much as possible & wear them out, but birthdays were in April & May, so weather was OK. Winner gets bragging rights or a ribbon (gold sticker wl. folded blue ribbon). If you think of it beforehand, you can use construction paper.
For another party I got baseball caps from the craft store & liquid embroidery & everyone made their own hat designs (need more adults to help for this). You could do the same with T-shirts,(craft store kids ones are $2 on sale) or aprons but they will take a day to dry, so you need to distract them afterwards & tell them to be careful taking them home (no goody bag needed--their craft is the prize). Or instead of embroidery, "beadazzle" something--above items or hair bands, Or get string/embroidery yarn & they can make friendship bracelets.

Food: Have parties between meals so you don't have to feed anyone anything but cake & drinks.
Buy a chocolate or graham cracker pie crust & a pint of her fave ice cream. Let it get soft enough to mash it in the pie crust, smooth out the top, re-freeze it & drizzle chocolate sauce or melted chocolate (or caramel, or strawberry jam) over the top instead of cake. Cheap & easy, cake & ice cream in one.
Or make a sheet cake from a box mix (no tiers & less to frost --melt the frosting in the microwave for a few seconds & pour it over the top for super-smooth icing w. no work).
Or make a giant cookie (just spread cookie dough out on a cookie sheet & watch it carefully in the oven) for something different..
Or make making lunch the activity--spaghetti with different sauces, prepared meatballs or shredded chicken or cut-up cooked sausages. Or you can do a spaghetti bar w. salad for the grown-up party. Cheap, easy & everyone will eat some form of it. Hide veggies like shredded zucchini, spinach, carrots, etc. in the tomato sauce to sneak in nutrients; can also put some in homemade meatballs or use 1/2 tofu 1/2 hamburger.
Or have shredded chicken, tuna, veggies(carrots, celery, water chestnuts, mayo, different breads cut in quarters & let kids mix & make their own tea sandwiches (this won't work w. boys). Goody bag prize can be paper chef's hats they can wear: use marker to write "Chef Keisha," "Chef Abby" on them.. Birthday girl gets one with stickers or fancy ribbon around the band (whatever ribbon you have on hand).

DAISY - posted on 05/24/2012

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I would invite her closet girlfriends. Count rsvps and gather some 99 cents nail colors, cotton balls, nail stickers, and have homemade mani pedi party for just the girls. Ask some of your girlfriends or the girls moms if they can help painting some nails... Hope you like this idea or give you an idea for something more to your liking. Ask your local bakery if they have package deals including the cake that are enough to feed everyone coming to the birthday party. Then when you have an idea of the cost of that you can just buy the beverages and/or if it fits in your budget make a homemade salad such as macoroni salad, chicken salad, tuna salad, etc... and some supermarket brand chips. Set buffet style. Decorations can be bought from the clearance section of many party stores or Walmart. Make the it a girly theme without having to use specific characters or themes. Its more economical that way. Make your own little cut outs and decorate with them.

Lianda - posted on 05/19/2012

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bbq at a local park! keep it simple kids that age have a ball just playing together! so long as theres a cake with candles and maybe lolly bags everyones happy! keep lunch simple nothin wrong with a sausage in bread!

Samantha - posted on 05/18/2012

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For 5 years old girl's birthday party, dora the explorer party is the best idea. If you dont have much budget then you can play around this theme. For that just make invitations with colored stock card and glued pictures of dora costumes. Use dora theme plates that you can get on cheap rates from any online store like I tried mybirthdaysupplies.com ( http://www.mybirthdaysupplies.com ) . For Decoration also add some yellow, orange, blue and red balloons and use some curling ribbons. Use Dora theme cake to give Dora theme touch. Like that you can arrange something better in less money .

User - posted on 04/14/2012

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Purple party--grape pop floats, purple cake, some kind of purple craft (maybe tie-dying shirts outside), and you could also read Harold and the Purple Crayon to the kids. After that, put down a big piece of kraft paper, and have the kids draw their own mural in various different shades of purple crayons--Crayola makes custom boxes, or you can just raid your own crayon collection. As for games, you could do Pin the Leaves on the Grapes, and balloon tag or balloon volleyball with purple balloons, and the loot bags could be purple, and filled with grape bubble gum, grape Mike & Ike candies, purple crayons, purple balloons, or you could just give each guest some inexpensive purple accessories, like sunglasses, tiaras, or feather boas--all in purple. You could incorporate this kind of theme with whatever your daughter's favourite colour is.

Dawn - posted on 03/06/2012

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We just had a princess party. Guests arrive in their dress up dresses. We played games like "poison apple" (aka hot potato), princess and the pea (read story and then use at least 3 throw pillows and play a guessing game where girls sit on each pillow one at a time to see if they feel the "pea" (which is a small bouncy ball or marble). If they don't feel it they guess which one it is under and then check to see if they are right. The kids hide their eyes while you hide the ball again for each girl under a different pillow.

We also play prince, prince, frog (aka. duck, duck, goose) and musical chairs to disney princess music. For a craft we made foam crowns or tiaras with stick on jewels and pictures. This was great fun! We made cupcakes that had mermaids on them made from green leaf candies for fins and other candies to make the top and a small marshmallow for head with icing to make face and long hair. Family fun online is great for cupcake ideas to go with a theme. This was very fun!

Kelly - posted on 02/06/2009

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I found that having a party at the local McDonald's can be pretty cheap.... call your local McD's for pricing.  I am having my daughter's party there next week, the price is only $60 for 10 kids and that includes food, drink, AND the cake.  As for our daughter's party, given the state of the economy, we're providing food for the kids but the adults are on their own....

Ashley - posted on 02/04/2009

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we had a tea party where a friend of yours can paint their nails, another style their hair and invite them to come over in their cutesy dresses and after they are all dressed up have them sit to a princess tea we cut the sandwiches into flower shapes and tea was pink lemonade it was a hit all the girls love it for their craft they made a picture frame and we put a picture of them of dressed up for me to take home.

User - posted on 02/03/2009

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Whatever theme you choose, here is an easy and inexpensive way to decorate your cake. All you have to do is print it off your computer and use the self-sticking laminating sheets you get at an office supply store to seal it in plastic. Then, just frost your cake, and if you want, pipe some frosting around the edges, then put the laminated picture right in the middle - just lay it right on the cake. When it's time to cut the cake, just lift it off.



To make a cute image, pick your theme, then do a search on google images. Find a fun drawing or graphic that matches your theme. Copy it and paste into the Word then add writing, "Happy Birthday", your child's name, etc., and print. You can even cut it out into a shape or wavey edges to make it interesting. If you use standard white paper and white frosting, the paper practically disappears and all you see is the graphics and writing.



I've done this for my girls for almost every birthday and just put it on a plain white 1/2 sheet cake from Costco.



Good Luck finding birthday party ideas for your 5 year old girl.



P.S. I've done the tea party theme, too. It's very cute. If you gather JoAnn's coupons from friends/neighbors, you can get each girl a fluffy boa for 40% off.

Whitney - posted on 01/31/2009

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How about letting the 5 friends from school come over and have a sleep over. That would take care of them. Order a pizza, rent a movie, let them stay up til 12...they'll be thrilled. As for the bigger party. I have an idea that is super cheap, but it would require you to put it off til it's warmer. Have a water party. Right in your own back yard. You can get a slip and slide for like $20 (and you get to keep it,) buy some cheap water guns as party favors at a dollar store, buy some water balloons at a dollar store (be warned this one is heart breaking. You can spend hours filling water balloons and they're gone in about 5 minutes.) Buy a larger kiddie pool (again you get to keep it) make some cupcakes, or have a barbecue with hot dogs and hamburgers. You've got a party for around $50. We've had to do it with my nephew a few times. No money and he loves it. He even ASKED for it last year.

Kerry - posted on 01/30/2009

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a great idea is to have a  snowday birthday party where you can meet up and have a sledding party (that is if you live in a snowy area) with hot chocolate



also another idea is a paint your own shirt party (where all the kids bring a old plain t-shirt, you supply the paints and let them paint their own shirts) all are fun ways to have the parents/adults partner up with a little one to help out and it will be a party to remember.

Melissa - posted on 01/27/2009

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You could do a almost sleep over. We did this with one of my girls when she was this age. Since she is having only a couple friends will be cheap and easy birthday party for your 5 year old girl. You rent movies have everyone come about 5:30p and do things you would do at a slumber party then everyone goes home around 8ish. The girls had so much fun. We painted nails , had a scavenger hunt, decorated cupcakes, and danced. You could also do a movie. We had pizza and punch.  At this age most are asking to have a friend sleep over and I know most parents still think they are to young, so this is a way to kinda let them do it.

Becky - posted on 01/27/2009

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Do you bake? I made a Cookie Monster cake for my daughter just by googling directions, maybe you could do something simple like that. Also, you could have the kids bring their own pillowcase, and have them decorate it. Well, actually, my sister did that when my niece had a slumber party, but plain t-shirts? You would only need to get markers.

Amber - posted on 01/27/2009

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Oh and I got all my party supplies at Dollar tree.  And got the local grogery store brand pop and chips.  A couple times we even got a few of those 5 dollar pizzas from little ceasars.



 

Amber - posted on 01/27/2009

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Try your local museum. That is where we had our daughters birthday. It has a part in it for children and they let you have parties there and is very cheap. The kids all love it! We have had several of both of my kids parties there. I have more kids come to them than anyother. I hope it works for you!

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I'll tell you what I did one year. I went to the Dollar Tree. They have paper plates with the cutest of butterflies on them. They also have all the accents to go with it, plus you can find balloons and streamers there as well. The best part is everything is a dollar, so you can't go wrong there. Then just go to your local grocery store and get a 2 boxes of cake mix and 2 cans of icing, this should be plenty for a crowd that size. A lot of grocery stores sell candy accents for cakes, mabe you could find butterflies to go with the theme of get some colored icing in the tubes and make them yourself.  I hope this might help you out to plan a birthday party for your 5 year old girl.

Jill - posted on 01/26/2009

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I love that tea party idea! I was at a party similar to that (only it was a 30th with alcohol, but it was so much fun acting like little girls). We decorated our own cupcake and then put them all together as the cake and took a picture of it while the bday girl blew out candles. We also had collected a bunch of tacky clothing and put on a fashion show with them complete with music and a runway (the hall) and the audience took pictures (which were our party souvenirs). We played silly games, too.

You don't have to spend a lot for decorations - just stick with a colour (pink is girly and available since valentine's day is just before). And as for food, arrange for the adults to bring a dish and just serve a pot luck. All you'll be responsible for is baking cupcakes and maybe a pasta salad or meatballs. Good luck with your 5 year old girl's birthday party!

Brie - posted on 01/26/2009

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What about a "tea party" type of birthday? The girls could dress up in one of their princess costumes, or "fancy" clothes, and they could have cake and juice.



Here's some ideas I found from websites:



Create a feminine and easy centerpiece by placing a bouquet of dainty flowers in a tea pot. Place the tea pot bouquet on a doily in the in the center of the table.



Upon a arrival escort the girls to a "dress-up" room. Where they'll find dresses, shoes, hats and of course white tea gloves to wear during the party.Begin collecting the dress-up items during the weeks before the party. Thrift stores, friends and relatives are the best source.(Or the girls could just wear their own dresses).




Sugar Cube Stacks
Provide a smooth surface and a large pile of sugar cubes to each player. Set a timer. The object of the game is to build the tallest tower before when the timer goes off.



More Fun Tea Party Games...
Musical Chairs
Stick the Top on the tea pot.
Coin toss into tea cups ( not your fine china!)
Pass a sugar cube or strawberry around the table using only a spoon.



Crafts:



Bead a necklace or bracelet.
Decorate a picture frame.
Decorate a foam or plastic visor.
Make tissue flowers.
Make paper fans.
Use scrapbook supplies to decorate  page with
  a digital photo from the party.

Melissa - posted on 01/26/2009

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oh, ya, you can do a "pizza" party, the take-n-bake pizza places (we have papa Murphy's) they sell just the rolled out dough for $2 then have the kids make their own pizza, save on $ and give the kids something to do!:-)

Melissa - posted on 01/26/2009

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It depends on how you do "themed" party's.  We usually get a banner, and plates, napkins, etc. Do you save your stuff from year to year? you could try a Hodge podge and just do more then one "theme" lol, we did that one year, but because my daughter couldn't decide what she wanted. Also It might be too late, but maybe for next year, try eBay, people have sell the decorations, from their party, and you save $.


Also say she wants barbie, buy a banner, and or a table topper, but then just buy pink plates, and napkins, they are pretty cheap at walmart. Also go to a search sight, (I like ask.com or google) and look up easy home made b-day games. there are some you can even print up. Then obviously make your own food, vs buying pizzas, make your own box cake, maybe even have that as part of the party, make cupcakes, and have the kids decorate them them selves! Have a "princess" party, and have the girls come dressed up in costume, then when they get there have a "tea" party (or juice, soda) but do it in "real" mugs, and have little cookies, and all. It doesn't take much to entertain a 5 year old! :-) 

User - posted on 02/03/2009

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Whatever theme you choose, here is an easy and inexpensive way to decorate your cake. All you have to do is print it off your computer and use the self-sticking laminating sheets you get at an office supply store to seal it in plastic. Then, just frost your cake, and if you want, pipe some frosting around the edges, then put the laminated picture right in the middle - just lay it right on the cake. When it's time to cut the cake, just lift it off.



To make a cute image, pick your theme, then do a search on google images. Find a fun drawing or graphic that matches your theme. Copy it and paste into the Word then add writing, "Happy Birthday", your child's name, etc., and print. You can even cut it out into a shape or wavey edges to make it interesting. If you use standard white paper and white frosting, the paper practically disappears and all you see is the graphics and writing.



I've done this for my girls for almost every birthday and just put it on a plain white 1/2 sheet cake from Costco.



Good Luck finding birthday party ideas for your 5 year old girl.



P.S. I've done the tea party theme, too. It's very cute. If you gather JoAnn's coupons from friends/neighbors, you can get each girl a fluffy boa for 40% off.

Melissa - posted on 01/27/2009

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You could do a almost sleep over. We did this with one of my girls when she was this age. Since she is having only a couple friends will be cheap and easy birthday party for your 5 year old girl. You rent movies have everyone come about 5:30p and do things you would do at a slumber party then everyone goes home around 8ish. The girls had so much fun. We painted nails , had a scavenger hunt, decorated cupcakes, and danced. You could also do a movie. We had pizza and punch.  At this age most are asking to have a friend sleep over and I know most parents still think they are to young, so this is a way to kinda let them do it.

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I'll tell you what I did one year. I went to the Dollar Tree. They have paper plates with the cutest of butterflies on them. They also have all the accents to go with it, plus you can find balloons and streamers there as well. The best part is everything is a dollar, so you can't go wrong there. Then just go to your local grocery store and get a 2 boxes of cake mix and 2 cans of icing, this should be plenty for a crowd that size. A lot of grocery stores sell candy accents for cakes, mabe you could find butterflies to go with the theme of get some colored icing in the tubes and make them yourself.  I hope this might help you out to plan a birthday party for your 5 year old girl.

Jill - posted on 01/26/2009

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I love that tea party idea! I was at a party similar to that (only it was a 30th with alcohol, but it was so much fun acting like little girls). We decorated our own cupcake and then put them all together as the cake and took a picture of it while the bday girl blew out candles. We also had collected a bunch of tacky clothing and put on a fashion show with them complete with music and a runway (the hall) and the audience took pictures (which were our party souvenirs). We played silly games, too.

You don't have to spend a lot for decorations - just stick with a colour (pink is girly and available since valentine's day is just before). And as for food, arrange for the adults to bring a dish and just serve a pot luck. All you'll be responsible for is baking cupcakes and maybe a pasta salad or meatballs. Good luck with your 5 year old girl's birthday party!

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