Published on February 11, 2022 | Last Updated on February 11, 2022
So your little angel has decided they would like to be an astronaut and their birthday party will not be complete without an outer space theme! If you feel your creativity has left you and you are ready to grab some rocks out of your backyard as asteroids for your decor, have no fear! Check out this list of creative fun outer space party ideas. This article will help you find inspiration for your child’s birthday party!
If you want a party spectacle this massive outer space poster banner is the one for you! It is perfect for a feature wall in an indoor venue but will work well with an outside venue too. It is super festive and outer space is front and center. I am sure everyone will use the opportunity to take some great photos with an amazing outer space backdrop.
No outer space party would be complete without the planets. This solar system party supplies include a number of planets that can be hung from the ceiling giving guests the illusion of a trip through the milky way. With 15 planets and moons included, you will have your very own solar system ready for exploration.
Your little astronaut will be so excited to see the ticiaga outer space photo door banner at their party. This is the perfect photo booth prop that will allow the party guests to all be an astronaut for a day. It’s durable and perfect for the kids as a fun activity to keep them entertained for some cute pictures.
If you are looking for an all-in-one party decor solution then you can’t go wrong with the outer space party supplies. This includes a banner, backdrop, latex and foil balloons, cake toppers, and swirl decorations. Your party will scream outer space and everyone will be excited to become space explorers. This is a well-priced solution for a fully immersive experience.
These reusable outer space straws will be great fun for the kids to sip on their drinks at the party and they can double up as a party favor that will be a great reminder of a fun-filled day. There are 8 different colors and styles all space-themed that will give all your guests the straw of their choice to keep the space fun alive.
If you are looking for a showstopper this balloon garland arch kit will be a great centerpiece for your party. With 123 balloons of a mix of latex and foil and banner in between this could be a great family project to build before the party. Guests will be wowed by the sheer greatness of this amazing outer space balloon arch.
A kid’s party is just not complete without some delicious cupcakes. This is a great idea for some galactic cupcakes that kids could even decorate themselves as a fun party activity. With some colored icing, a few candies, and star sprinkles the kids will have their very own mini galaxies to bite into.
How would we arrive in outer space without some rockets? Fruit rockets are the perfect addition to your space party. Some simple cut-up fruit including bananas, strawberry, and melon on a skewer and you have a healthy outer space snack that guests of all ages will enjoy flying straight into their mouths.
Not every guest will be a cake fan so it is always good to have some delicious cookies on the menu. With the perfect blend of colored icing and a toothpick to create a swirl that’s just right, you will have magical galaxy cookies adding to the beauty of your outer space food display.
If you are looking for a fun sweet treat on a hot day you can’t go wrong with some alien popsicles. With 3 simple ingredients, these popsicles are easy to make and would be a welcome, refreshing delight for your guests. Outer space would not be complete without some aliens thrown in the mix.
Looking for an enjoyable and nutritious lunch snack can be challenging for any kids’ party. The rocketship lunch is perfect for an outer space party and is healthy to boot. With a tortilla wrap and some well-chosen vegetables, you can have your cute little rocket ships that double up as great outer space decor and a nice lunch for the kids.
Many people have had the joy of trying astronaut ice cream at space or science centers and you can have your very own sweet treat as part of your party. Astronauts eat freeze-dried food in space and while you may not be able to freeze-dry your own ice cream you can make some yummy meringues in their place.
In addition to eating freeze-dried foods in space astronauts also use dried foods that they rehydrate. Astronaut pudding is a fun activity that you can do with the kids where they can watch and learn how astronauts eat-in space and then get to make their very own astronaut pudding by “rehydrating” it and eating straight out of the bag!!
This game gives a new outer space spin on musical chairs. Grab a planet involving balls decorated as planets in a hula-hoop with one less planet than the number of players. The music plays and when it stops everyone grabs a planet, whoever does not get one is out. Each round another planet is removed until there is a winner. Such planetary fun!
I am sure most people have heard of the game hot potato and hot moon is a great space version of this. Everyone stands in a circle and the players pass the ball or as is the case for your outer space party, the moon, to another player as fast as they can while the music plays, once it stops the player holding the ball is out.
Looking for a great team game? Look no further, weightlessness race is the one for you. You will need 4 bowls, 2 spoons, 40 cotton balls, and 2 blindfolds. The first players in each team need to use a spoon to move as many cotton balls from a full bowl to the empty one while blindfolded. The lightness of the cotton balls makes this a fun challenge!
Your outer space party will be the talk of the town with your very own black hole. Paint a box black and tie it into the tree with one side open. Get the party guests to try and throw frisbees into the box (black hole), the one that gets the most frisbees in the black hole wins! This competitive game is sure to be an intergalactic hit.
If you are looking for a game that keeps everyone entertained, don’t drop the asteroid is perfect for you. You will need different color balloons known as asteroids each containing a different challenge written on paper inside. When the music plays the asteroids need to stay in the air when it stops everyone must grab an asteroid, then color is selected and the chosen player needs to complete their challenge.
Another fun team game is moon walkers. Taking some coffee cans and string you can make your own moon boots. Players then go one at a time racing around a course in the moonwalkers until one team is the winner. What outer space party would be complete without a little moonwalking.
There are so many fun foods, activities, and decor that can transform your venue into a true outer space experience. These are just some of the great options out there. With great planet and moon decorations, intergalactic delicious treats, and fun space games that would leave the aliens envious, your outer space party is sure to be out of this world!