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10 Fun Birthday Party Themes for Boys

Your little boy’s birthday is here. He is growing up so fast! These moments come fast and are so precious.

Whether your boy is having his first birthday, or he is becoming a teenager, you will want to make sure his birthday celebration is special. There are endless ideas for birthday themes so it can be hard to decide where you should start planning.

From finding the perfect decorations, invitations, cake, and more. There is a lot of work that needs to be done! So, where do you start?

The place I always start first is asking my kids what theme they want for their birthday party. If they don’t have any ideas, then we got you covered with some fun themes for your son’s birthday celebration. Take a look at these fun birthday themes for different ages of boys!

Young Boy Birthday Party Themes

1. Animals
Idea from Little Events

Choose an animal for the theme of your young boy’s birthday. Maybe they have a favorite animal they would love to have for the theme of their birthday. You can decorate your home with the selected animal or even animals and then use leafy plant decorations.

2. Pirates
Idea from Spaceships and Laser Beams

If your little boy loves pirates this is the perfect theme. You can decorate with pirate flags, ships, treasure chests. If your boy is a bit older, you can host a fun treasure hunt or help them make messages in a bottle for a fun art craft! Provide eye patches and pirate hats for the guests to make them feel like a real pirate.

3. Lego
Idea from Pinterest

If you have a Lego-loving son, then host a Lego-themed birthday. Take cardboard boxes and decorate them at Lego pieces. Get other Lego themed cupcakes or cakes and decorations. Use bright colors for the decorating too.

Tween Boy Birthday Party Themes

4. Superhero
Idea from Catch My Party

You can choose a specific hero for this birthday theme or just the general theme of superheroes. Guests can come dressed as their favorite superhero if they want. You can create a superhero obstacle course for the little guests to complete.

5. Cowboy
Idea from Catch My Party

Turn your home into the wild west with cowboy decorations. You can use “wanted” signs that have a picture of the birthday boy. Use cowboy hats, horses and more wild west items to decorate the party. Some fun activities you can do for the party is a potato sack race or lasso contest.

6. Space
Idea from Frost Your Cake

Decorate your home with out of this world décor, such as stars, rockets, and planets. Play a space-theme movie. You can make all sorts of goodies for this thee, such as star shaped cookies to be decorated and then to enjoy!

7. Minecraft
Idea from Devania

If your tween boy loves video games, such as Minecraft, then you found the perfect theme for your boy’s party. You can pain cardboard boxes that look like materials in Minecraft. Let the kids craft their own too. Find decorations that are themed Minecraft and order a cake as well.

Teenage Boy Birthday Party Themes

8. Pool Party
Idea from Party City

If your son has a summer birthday, host a pool party theme. It’s the perfect way to cool of for the summer. You can decorate with blue colors. Bring pool materials such as floaties and diving items.

9. Sports
Idea from Kara’s Party Ideas

Pick your boy’s favorite sport for the theme. Find decorations that fir the chosen sport. You can have guests show up in jerseys. Have a friendly game of the chosen sport. You can use sports-like food in a concession stand with everyone’s favorite snacks they can find at a sport’s game.

10. Camping
Idea from A Whole Lot of Tiny

If your son likes the outdoors, throw a camping themed birthday party. It’s great outdoors if the weather is nice. Set up tents in the backyard or take his friends to a cabin or camping ground for the weekend. Bring all the items to have s’mores, trail mix, and gummy worms. You can host a fun scavenger hunt and then give the winning team or everyone prizes.

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