A Jurassic 6th Birthday Party

October has to be my favourite month of the year. It is most definitely party season for us with Oliver´s Birthday, followed by Halloween, Bonfire Night and shortly after, Christmas!

Oliver decided that this year he wanted a Jurassic Park birthday, so no more cute and cuddly dinosaurs; he wanted the roaring, big teeth and sharp claws!

Jurrasic Park Party Invitation

Oliver and his best friend Henry have Birthdays very close together and as they were both turning six and Henry decided he also wanted a Dino party, we decided to throw the boys a joint party.

Jurassic Park World Birthday Party decorations cake foodOliver really loves the gate at the start of the Jurassic park films that opens up on to the Park itself, so I decided to create a backdrop for the Dessert Tables that reflected the wooden feel of the doors, covered in Jungle foliage and the Park name. I used wooden crates for the party bags and covered the front of some of them in grass using a glue gun.

I put sweets, crisps and a dinosaur bookmark and stencil sets inside each boy´s bag, and an animal stencil set with a magic wand for the girls. I´m seriously not being sexist. The first year we did a big birthday party for Oliver, the girls complained that the Lightning McQueen gifts were too boyish and this year the girls were actually fighting to make sure their bag contained a wand and not a dinosaur!

Jurassic Park party ideasJurassic Park Dinosaur Party cakeI am really fortunate that Oliver´s Godmother makes his birthday cake every year as she makes THE most amazing cakes, inside and out. The cake had the coolest details like a Velociraptor guarding it´s eggs in the middle, a Dino poking itself out of a sugar crocodile filled lake and Oreo ´dirt´which all the kids really loved!

Jurassic park Dinosaur birthday decor ideas balloons TableJurassic Park Dinosaur Party decor ideasWe really weren´t sure what the weather was going to be like, so we set up tables both inside and outside. Luckily it was an amazing day and we could all sit outside and enjoy the sunshine whilst the kids played on the Bouncy Castle.

Lightning McQueen bouncy CastleThis year´s Bouncy Castle was so big, we actually had to have a monitor so the kids could safely get in and out. They all loved it so much that we hardly even saw them, they were having so much fun in there!

Jurassic Park 6th birthday PartyOliver was one happy little boy!

Jurassic Park Dinosaur birthday Party cakeMy friend Ximena very cleverly made two separate cupcakes with candles for the boys to blow out. We had a number six sparkler on top too, but this way there was no squabbling over who had blown out the candles!

oliverandhenryoliverdaddyJurassic Park Worle Dinosaur Party ideasWe just about managed to get a couple of family photos in, but Oliver was just too excited to keep still and even Baby Boy two was having a good old dance in my tummy with all the excitement!

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20 thoughts on “A Jurassic 6th Birthday Party

  1. Oh my goodness my son would absolutely love a jurassic birthday this is brilliant. Looks like you all had such a great time together. Lovely photos. Thank you ever so much for linking up to Share With Me. I hope to see you again tomorrow for another great round up and hope you have been enjoying the blog hop. #sharewithme

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  3. Wow this just blows me away! The cake is stunning! Oliver looks like he had such a great time. The pictures really tell the story and you look amazing too. Thanks for sharing with #bestandworst. I need to see the new Jurassic Oark film now! X

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  4. Wow! This looks incredible! Every little boy’s dream birthday party. We are big Jurassic park fans around here too. Will have to keep this one in mind for the next birthday! xx #TwinklyTuesday

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    • Thanks Sue! The boys were so happy with all the dinosaur elements aswell as the bouncy castle! Thanks for stopping by and I hope you can use some ideas on the future. Feel free to pin anything you find useful x

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