Alert the troops by sending out invitations to your birthday party. Our Camo party invitation ideas will give you brilliant ideas so that your fellow comrades won't feel like they've encountered a sneak attack.
Flag down your forces with custom invitations
When a soldier comes home from abroad, he is always welcomed by all his favorite people. Welcome all your favorite friends to your birthday party by sending out
Camouflage Custom Invitations.
Add a personalized message like: "I don't know what I've been told...Elijah's turning five years old!" Party City will print out your invitations and ship them to you in just five days. For some extra team spirit, sprinkle a little
in the envelope and add a
Add military tattoos in your invitations
Soldiers form a lasting bond when they are working with one another – and you and your friends can form a strong bond, too! Just send
Tell your guests to wear their tattoos into the party so that you can tell that they're not with the enemy.
Camouflage Thank You Note Ideas for a Heroic Ending
Personalize it with Camo custom thank you notes
You are sure to keep your troops in line when you remember to thank them for all the fun you had with them at your party. Send out
Camouflage Custom Thank You Notes
and add a message like: "Thanks for reporting for party duty, soldier!" It's easy when you order your thank you notes along with your custom invitations. Make sure to add some
inside the envelope and seal it with a
Picture-perfect thank you notes
When soliders are away form home, they're usually comforted by pictures from their homes. Send out picture momentos of each guest posing with the birthday boy or the
Army Tank Balloon
Camouflage Thank You Notes.
into the envelope and they're ready to go!
Defend your territory when you play the
Camouflage Party Game,
which is a spin on the classic party game Pin the Tail on the Donkey. In this version, guests take turns wearing a blindfold and trying to stick their army tank on the target.
Sport some face paint
Let your guests blend into their surroundings with the
Camouflage Face Paint.
Take turns painting each child's face with the camouflage designs so he will feel like he is getting ready to take post.
Get the boys moving with a game of Musical Chairs or Freeze Dance
Depending on the age group of your troopers, you can choose to play Musical Chairs or play an active game of Freeze Dance.
For Musical Chairs, line up chairs back to back for all but one player. Station an adult by the stereo with the
Camouflage Birthday Party Music CD.
When the music begins, the soldiers do a march around the chairs. When it stops, everyone sits; the person without a seat is out. Remove one chair each round and continue until only the winner is left.
If your party includes older boys, you can have them participate in a game of Freeze Dance. For Freeze Dance, have all the boys move to the dance floor. Have an adult by the stereo ready to turn the music on and off. When the music begins, just let everyone dance free-style. When it stops, everyone freezes in place! The last boy to stop dancing is out. Repeat until only the winner is left!
Pay tribute to them with prizes they'll love
After all the competitive action, it's time to award the winners with prizes they'll cherish. Give out a
Camouflage Metal Box
that is great for keeping war secrets safe. Other great choices are a
Glider Craft Kit
that creates real fighter jets or a fun
Whatever prizes you choose, your guests will be thrilled to take them home!
Giving out cool favors is much easier than you think when you use these Camo party favor ideas. These ideas will help you mix-and-match themed and original favors for great giveaways!
When soldiers are away from home, their friends and family send them unique gifts to let them know they care. Give your troops original favors from Party City. For a Camo party, we like
Folding Favor Boxes
in coordinating colors.
If you are running short on time, then pick up a
Camouflage Favor Value Pack,
which is a quick way to put together favors in a flash. Each set includes enough goodies for eight sets of favors. Just slip everything inside a
Camouflage Loot Bag
and you're ready to go!
Create your own battlefield of fun with these Camo party decoration ideas. Our camouflage inspired color scheme will be so exciting to your guests that they will want to pitch up camp and surrender to your party.
Decorate your party room like a camouflage battlefield
When soldiers are out in the battlefield, it is very important for them to blend in with their surroundings. Disguise your party room with camouflage decorations that will keep you hidden from the enemy. Start by decorating the walls with a personalized
Camouflage Custom Banner
with your birthday boy's name. For a cool twist, hang a
Camouflage Pennant Banner
Kiwi Paper Garland.
Camouflage Swirl Decorations
to give the room a little something extra.
on each chair so that your guests will be protected during combat. To complete this look, check out our table decorations and balloon ideas below.
Set a top secret party table
Add a touch of the battlefield to your Camo party table without all the dirt and mud.
Get the birthday boy and his guests into uniform and ready for operation party. Our Camo costume and accessory ideas will give you a number of choices that will have your party troops in a perfect disguise.
Let him dress in a special uniform
A true soldier is always in uniform – so let your birthday boy dress in uniform, too! He will be dangerously cool when he wears this
Boys Soldier Combat Costume.
Pick Camo accessories that will have him reporting for duty
If your birthday boy already has his own outfit picked out, then you can dress him in Camo accessories that will have him feeling like the lieutenant of his party. Give him a
Camouflage Award Ribbon
Black Child Gloves
so that he will be ready to party!
Give the troops Camo accessories
Don't leave any man down when it comes to dressing up. Pass out Camo accessories like
Tell guests to wear green to the party so that they will look out-of-sight!
Let Dad feel like a soldier, too
Kids love it when their parents take part in the dress-up fun. Get Dad to dress in this
Adult Army Camouflage Jumpsuit Costume.
He will look like a real military man and can answer the door for guests with a greeting like, "Welcome home, soldier!"
When in the barracks, soldiers eat great American foods. Feed your army of boys by making corn on the cob, potato salad and sauasge links in baked beans. They will love gobbling up these delicious choices! Serve your feast on
Camouflage Lunch Plates
Camouflage Lunch Napkins
Mix up a quick fix to take away their thirst
Soldiers need nourishment when they are in training, or even when they are away at war. Mix up some military-style drinks by adding powdered drink mix to individual water bottles. Decorate the bottle with
Camouflage Dog Tags
and add in a
Curly Krazy Straws.
You can serve your punch straight from the water bottles or in
Don't forget to set out
Camouflage Beverage Napkins
in case of any spills.