Dora Birthday Party Ideas
Dora Birthday Party Ideas for kids. Dora and Diego are very popular characters with young children.
Dora and Diego parties are always a big hit with children. Make it just Dora theme, Diego theme or both. There are many items to accessorize your party
from favors, plates to decorations. Or if you are artistic, make a few pictures of your own.
Dora and Diego Party Supplies
Dora Birthday Party Invitations
Party banners and balloons liven up the room. We had some hand drawn Dora and Diego pictures to make it even more special.
Dora posters or birthday banners.
Dora table cloth or pink tablecloth sprinkled with colorful sequins.
Dora or Diego Balloons. Tie to birthday girl's chair or decorate the room.
Theme napkins, plates, cups, and cutlery
Dora music CD
Mini Backpacks filled with goodies
At Party Supply Stores there is usually a Dora section with small favors like bracelets, rings, spy glasses
Buy Mylar balloons and send each child home with one. They are available at certain Dollar Tree and party stores
Lemonade or Punch
Tortilla Chips with Cheese Dip
Tacos or Cheese Quesadillas are great party food for all ages. Cut quesadillas in strips for very young children
Fruit Snacks or Trail Mix
Animal Crackers (plain or frosted)
Dora and Diego are such popular characters that you
can find many options at local bakeries and grocery stores with their own bakery. With twins, we were able to let them select their own cake
with matching cupcakes for the party. Featured in the picture is a Dora cake and a Diego cake.
Dirt Cake with Gummy Worms
(don't forget a cute shovel to scoop with!) Click on link for the full recipe.
Dora Birthday Party Games and Crafts
Pin the Badge on Diego: Take off of the classic game Pin the Tail on the Donkey. We found this at a party supply store and used an easel
to set it up. A pinata blindfold was used. Small prizes were given for each attempt.
Dora's Bead Bracelet with Flower: Find Stretch Magic string and beads to make Dora's bracelet.
Pinatas: Any colorful pinata will work. Use a pinata blindfold, bandana or large hat.
Treasure Hunt: Make a simple map of your backyard and hide small items in containers for children to find. If they work in teams you can get a team
backpack to collect the treasures.
For younger children you can simply Find Swiper's Stash of Hidden Goodies. Fill small containers, plastic eggs or similar with small treats, stickers
erasers, rings, and other small favors. Hide in the yard for children to find much like an Easter Egg Hunt.