Oh my heck! The only thing better than a Spongebob birthday party is … well, there’s not much better, ha ha! Here’s everything you need to have the best birthday party under the sea. Check it out.
Truth be told, I didn’t even ask my son what type of birthday party he wanted. I wanted to do a Spongebob Squarepants birthday party for him and I knew he would love it. And he did! But, throwing a big birthday party at your house can be super overwhelming. That’s why I made it super simple and super fun. Complete with free printables and everything. Take a look.
Every kid birthday party starts with a fun invitation. I designed these fun fill-in-the-blank invites that can easily be printed off and sent to your kids’ friends. Click the link below to download your free PDF. They are two to a page on a 8.5×11. I offer this printable for free to all visitors of my blog, but if you’d like to show your support, feel free to buy me a taco!
It’s wouldn’t be an epic birthday party without some sweet Spongebob birthday decorations. But you don’t have to spend a boat-load of money to have cool decorations. Here’s what you’ll need:
- Spongebob wall poster and balloons
I made this life-size Spongebob for a scarecrow festival and it was perfect for our party. You can checkout the video on how I made it if you’re interested in making one yourself.
If you’re not interested in making your own Spongebob, you can buy a cardboard cutout of him and then take a picture of each guest standing next to him. I printed out those pictures and put them in a keychain before they left as a party gift.
You can do some really simple games that require little to no planning and the kids will love it. Here’s what we did.
This is a super fun game. Basically you tape some pictures of Spongebob onto yellow objects scattered throughout your house. Then, you tell the kids to find some Spongebob pictures hidden under things that are yellow. The kids thought this was a blast.
I had each kid answer multiple-choice trivia questions about Spongebob. Even if they didn’t know the answer, I still gave everyone a little prize.
3. Spongebob Obstacle Course
Time each of the kids to see how quick they can run through an obstacle course. The kids love seeing if they can do the course the fastest. We had the kids crab walk, do jumping jacks, bear crawl and give Spongebob a hug.
All of the food that I did for the party required little to not preparation. When you’re throwing a big birthday party, you want to make the refreshments as easy as possible. First, you want to print your food labels by clicking on the link below. I offer this printable for free to all visitors of my blog, but if you’d like to show your support, feel free to buy me a taco
Here’s a list of ingredients that you need to buy for your refreshments:
- Gummy Worms (Squidward Tentacles)
- Jell-O Stars (Patrick Bites)
- Frozen Hamburger Sliders (Krabby Patties)
- Pineapple chunks (Spongebob Chunks)
- Fishy crackers (Mrs. Puff’s Puffed Fish)
- Veggie straws (Sea Coral)
- Gatorade Powder (Sea water)
Finally, of course, the birthday cake. I ordered some Spongebob plastic cake topper decorations and added them to a 9×13 birthday cake. It was super easy and really cute.
I hope these ideas will help you during your upcoming Spongebob Birthday Party. I know it’s going to be a hit. Check out the video I made below of everything we did for the party.
Related link: How to make a life-size Spongebob Squarepants