Jungle Inspired Birthday Party Games
Tiger Pin the Tail
Our son was not old enough to participate in most games but the 10 other cousins were keen! It began with the old favourite, Pin the Tail on the Tiger.
These Piñata’s are always hard to whack! I know this is the point, right? Every child certainly had a go at cracking open the Monkey but ultimately it turned into an adult game as well. What could possibly go wrong!?!
Birthday Party Games With Music
Who doesn’t like Limbo! There is something fun about an ever-evolving game involving music and a Limbo stick… wait that doesn’t sound quite right! We used the Piñata stick for this game. It turned out to be the perfect length so win! win!. The beauty about Limbo is it can go for as long as you would like it to. It’s fun, poses balancing challenges for the kids and it revolves around nicely. We followed this game with some birthday party favourites. Musical Chairs, Musical Freeze and Pass the Parcel
The stunning backdrop of the green gorgeous landscape is a show stopper at any party. We just needed shade from the Queensland sun! A marquee loaned from a friend was perfect. We decorated the tables by firstly laying a green table cloth, then a strip of leopard print wrapping paper. Orange and brown balloons completed the look.
1st Birthday Party
We did it. The Jungle Birthday Party for our one year old was done! The party was everything a Queensland family birthday party should be. Relaxed with games, a lot of chatter and a ridiculous amount of food. What made it amazing though is being able to share it with our family. That was everything. Everyone loves a great big family hug and it was that and more.