If you are a mom, chances are you know what Minecraft is. And if you know what Minecraft is, chances are you have been asked to throw a Minecraft birthday party. What’s the problem? There are no Minecraft birthday party decorations in abundance. Yet. Let me help you with that! Here are FREE Minecraft printables and DIY party instructions!
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- For my son’s birthday party this year, we did an all out Minecraft themed birthday party – and it was a huge success!! From the invitations to decorations to the food, it was Minecraft all the way down to the font used! Here are lots of photos of his party with printables at the bottom. Not a whole lot to discuss, so enjoy the photos and printables! Let’s start with the invitations.
Birthday Invitations In case you want to design them yourself and not write in the child’s name, here is the break down of the invitation: I used Microsoft Publisher to draft the invitations, but I’m sure you can use Microsoft Word, too. These are great to print on card stock, but I used Avery Postcards.
Here are the links for the components –
(These downloads did not cause any troubles for me; however, if it does for you, please let me know.)
Included in the bags were:
green rock candy
I ordered these decorations:
green table cover
grass table cover
black square plates
green square plates
It took me two days working on the above papercraft. Only the easy and medium levels were attempted, and I made sure to use toothpicks and tweezers to help me. (Birthday in a box found on Swagbucks, mentioned above, now has plastic versions of the above pictured papercraft.) Update: There are now Minecraft papercraft sets available at Amazon for reasonable prices. The Birthday Cake
**Update: A Minecraft aficionado politely pointed out that the Minecraft birthday cake is actually square not round. He is absolutely correct and this will be corrected when my younger son has his Minecraft birthday party in the fall.
Want to see more Minecraft party stuff? Follow my Minecraft board on Pinterest! Last, but definitely not least, the printables for everything you saw above!
I’m working on the thank you cards for my other son’s upcoming birthday, so when I get them done, I’ll add them, too. If there are other placards to add, please let me know and I will add them!
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