With the release of the new games and there will be a new wave of popularity. I can imagine there will be many requests for Pokemon parties. While Pokemon Party supplies are available now at places like Birthday Express , I thought I would share our party ideas to throw that perfect Pokemon party.
On the front of the invitation, I wrote each childs name and I choose you!
On the inside I wrote...
Please come to my Pokemon party!
Date and Time
RSVP to Professor Mom at ###-###-####
One tradition that I try to do at all my parties is take a picture of all the kids with part of the theme. This is my son wearing his special pokemon trainer hat holding Pikachu. I decorated the fireplace with red, yellow and blue streamers and Pokeball pinatas that I had made.
When the paper was thick enough and dried, I painted each ball white.
I painted the top half red and added the black details. Because they were decorations and not the acutal pinata, my son still has these a few years later
here The markers were red, blue and yellow squares that cut from cardstock.
We then played Pin the Tale on the Pikachu. I drew Pikachu on poster board and hung it on the garage. We also play this game but with different themes. We have had pin the tail on the cat, pin the hat on Madaline, pin the cherry on the sundae and much more.
It was a gorgeous spring day. We went outside for a Pokemon lesson. I had my son pick his 20 favorite pokemon. I did a little research about those 20 and we had a mini lesson. The reason for the lesson was for the next game. Got to Find Them All.