Author: Ruth Haines

Baby Shark Party Ideas

In every household, Baby Sharks has become a famous tune keeping everyone on their feet and their tongues busy humming it. In this article, we have some amazing baby shark party ideas lined up for you to throw your next party for your little ones. But first, let us look at the theme of our party.

The “Baby Shark” song was created by Korean-American educational company Pinkfong. The song and its accompanying dance moves went viral in late summer 2018, becoming an international phenomenon. The catchy tune and easy-to-follow dance moves make it a perfect choice for a kids’ party theme. If you have not yet selected party theme then check out these PJ Mask party ideas and Masha and the Bear Party ideas.

Baby Shark Themed Party Ideas

We have compiled some fun and unique party details for you to make a bash out of your Baby Shark party. Start by decorating with Baby Shark balloons, streamers, and banners. Play the “Baby Shark” song on repeat throughout the party. Serve shark-themed snacks like Swedish Fish, Goldfish crackers, and Jell-O sharks. Make a Baby Shark piñata and fill it with candy and toys.

Set up a “shark tank” photo booth complete with inflatable sharks, beach balls, and pool noodles. Give out temporary shark tattoos as party favors and have a dance-off to see who can do the best Baby Shark dance. Now let us discuss these ideas in detail.

Invitation Ideas

A good invitation acts as a catalyst in making the best first impression on your guests. For your Baby Shark-themed party invitations, print out the lyrics to the “Baby Shark” song on the invitation. Include a picture of a shark or a cartoon character wearing a shark costume. Use ocean-themed or beach-themed stationery for your invitations. Make your DIY invitations using construction paper and markers.

Send out electronic invitations with a Baby Shark GIF or video. Last but not the least, design your own Baby Shark party logo to include on the invitations and use wording like “Time to shark-nado this party!” or “Let’s make some waves at my birthday bash!”. Don’t forget to invite your whole family to have a bash.

Baby Shark Birthday Party Ideas

What to Wear

For a Baby Shark party, guests can dress up in their best shark costumes or simply wear clothes with a shark or ocean theme. If you want to make things more festive, have everyone wear blue and white to represent the ocean. You could also provide shark fins or other accessories for your guests to wear.

Party Decorations

For your baby shark party decorations, you can go with an ocean or beach theme. Hang blue and green streamers from the ceiling, and put-up posters of dolphins, whales, and other sea creatures around the room. You can even blow up some beach balls to put around as well!

As for the table, you can cover it in a blue tablecloth and then put down some sandpaper as a placemat. Then, you can use seashells, starfish, and other beach-themed items to decorate the table. For example, you could put shells in bowls as centerpieces, or make place cards out of starfish.

Make place cards by taping pictures of ocean animals to toothpicks. Another cute table idea is to make confetti out of blue and green tissue paper. You can also add in some goldfish crackers table cloth for an extra touch. Use white Christmas lights to decorate the tables and give the room a more ocean-like feel. With these baby shark decorations, you can make your party décor a hit.

Baby shark party ideas for girl would be the same as baby shark party ideas for boy with just a little bit of difference where blue and pink colors come into play.

Baby Shark Birthday Party Food Ideas

Baby Shark Party Food Ideas

They say that the way to someone’s heart is through their stomach. So plan a good menu for your party to make everyone happy. You can serve things like Goldfish crackers, Swedish Fish, and gummy sharks. You can also have a fruit platter with blueberries, grapes, and melon slices. And of course, don’t forget the cake! You could make a shark-shaped cake or cupcakes, or just decorate them with blue and green icing.

For something sweet, you can make “under the sea” cupcakes. Top them with blue frosting and then add on gummy fish, Swedish Fish, or even Goldfish crackers. Pretzels shaped like waves are a nice salty snack for your party-goers. Set up a salad bar and use different ocean animals as toppings. Just try to be creative and look out for different recipes to do your best.

Baby shark party ideas for 1st birthday and for a 2 year old would have a lot of food items that are just toddler friendly.

Drink Ideas

For drinks, you can serve punch or lemonade with blue and green food coloring. You could also put some plastic fish in the punch bowl. Or, if you’re feeling festive, you can make Shark Bowls. To do this, just get some clear plastic cups and fill them with blue or green Gatorade. Then, add a gummy shark and some ice cubes. Your guests will love these refreshing drinks.

Baby Shark Party Game Ideas and Activities

For a fun and interactive baby shark birthday party, you’ll want to include some games and activities that both kids and adults can enjoy. Here are a few baby shark party activities ideas to get you started:

1. Baby Shark Scavenger Hunt – Hide plastic baby sharks around the party area and have guests search for them. The person with the most sharks at the end of the game wins a prize!

2. Pin the Fin on the Shark – Just like the classic game of Pin the Tail on the Donkey, but with a shark twist.

3. Feed the Baby Shark – Fill a baby pool with plastic balls and let guests take turns trying to feed them to a toy shark using only their mouths.

4. Shark Toss – Set up some targets (such as buckets or laundry baskets) and have guests take turns trying to toss soft plush sharks into them. The person with the most points at the end of the game wins!

5. Shark Memory – This is a memory game with a twist! Write down different baby shark items on index cards (one item per card) and place them face down. Take turns flipping over two cards at a time, looking for matches. If you get a match, remove those cards from the game and take another turn. If you don’t get a match, flip the cards back over and it’s the next player’s turn. The game is over when all of the matches have been found. The player with the most matches at the end is the winner!

We are sure that these games will keep your guests on their feet and wanting more.

Baby Shark Birthday Party Cake Ideas

Party Music

The first step to having a great party is to set the tone with some good music. You can’t go wrong with some classic party tunes, but if you want to get into the Baby Shark spirit, there are plenty of songs out there for you to choose from. For starters, the Baby Shark song is a must. You can find it on YouTube, or there are even some versions that you can buy on iTunes. If you want to get your guests dancing, try playing some other upbeat songs with a similar beat.

“Walking on Sunshine” by Katrina and The Waves or “I Gotta Feeling” by The Black-Eyed Peas are both great choices. If you want to keep the party going all night long, make sure to have a few slow songs ready as well. “Unchained Melody” by The Righteous Brothers or “Endless Love” by Lionel Richie and Diana Ross are both perfect for a romantic moment on the dance floor.

Backdrop Ideas

A good backdrop goes a long way in making the overall vibe of the party. For your backdrop, hang a blue or green sheet as your backdrop. Then use yellow and white streamers to create the “ocean waves”. Another backdrop idea is to purchase a blue tablecloth and hang it up. You can then tape ocean animals’ cutouts on it. Moreover, you can buy a large piece of blue construction paper. Draw different ocean animals on it with a white paint pen or chalk. Get creative with your baby shark party ideas and make your backdrop!

Baby Shark Party Ideas (Photography)

Whether you’re looking to capture a special moment or simply preserve memories, photographs are a great way to do so. And when it comes to taking photos of babies, there’s nothing quite as adorable as a picture of a little one with a shark. Here are some tips and tricks for taking amazing photos that will make everyone say “aww.”

Start by getting in close. One of the best ways to get a great photo of a baby is to get close up. Not only will this allow you to fill the frame with your subject, but it will also help you capture all the cute details, like chubby cheeks and big eyes. Use props to add an extra element of fun to your photos. If you’re using a baby shark as a prop, try placing them in different positions or making them do different things. For example, you could have the baby shark swimming through a hoop or wearing sunglasses.

Get creative with your angle and instead of taking a photo from eye level, try getting down on the ground or standing on a chair to get a different perspective. This can help you capture a more unique shot. When taking photos indoors, try to use natural light instead of flash. If you’re outdoors, take advantage of the sunlight by finding a spot in the shade. After you’ve taken your photos, don’t be afraid to edit them to perfection. There are several different editing apps and software programs that can help you enhance your images.

Party Favors

For the ultimate baby shark party, you’ll want to make sure you have some impressive party favors. We have compiled some of our favorite ideas for you to choose from. You can go with personalized sunglasses (customized with each child’s name), beach balls (in various colors), bubbles, temporary tattoos (in Baby Shark designs), and candy.

Conclusion

Baby Shark parties are all the rage right now and for good reason! They are so much fun and can be customized to fit any budget. With a little creativity, you can throw an amazing Baby Shark party that your child and their friends will never forget.

Still not decided? Check out these Blippi Themed party ideas and Cocomelon party ideas that toddlers absolutely adore. Hopefully, these baby shark party ideas have inspired you to throw an unforgettable party for your little one to remember their whole life.

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Ruth Haines

Ruth Haines has been planning parties since she was 12 years old for friends and family. She got so good at it that she was often requested to be in charge of the party planning. During her senior years at school, she got the chance to arrange parties for the community as well as for fellow students. Because of her enthusiasm and creative skills, she decided to choose event management as her career. She has done Masters in Recreation and sports management from  Florida International University.