For your baby’s birthday party, plan a ladybug 1st birthday party for the perfect theme to fit the celebration. Bugs may not be as adorable as your baby but there’s something about ladybugs that don’t make everyone squeamish.
Ladybug 1st birthdays are a huge trend when it comes to organizing a special day for your baby so we found some cute ideas to inspire you as you begin research what to plan. From black and red colored motifs to sweet treats inspired by this little bug, check out these creative ideas to plan a ladybug 1st birthday party.
Ladybugs You Can Eat!
Desserts are very popular with the ladybug theme. We love these fun cake pops here that are decorated to look like little ladybugs. The way they are displayed in the container make it easy for party guests to grab one and enjoy as they mingle with the other guests.
DIY Ladybug Puppets
Glorious Treats make this easy craft that can be an activity for the slightly older kids who will be at the party. Buying red lunch paper bags, decorate with cut outs and turn them into adorable ladybug hand puppets.
Create a Focal Point All About Sweets
Paper Princess Studio created a focal point featuring all the red and white treats for her baby’s 1 birthday including a hot chocolate buffet. Using a black backdrop and decorated with red and white elements, this treat table is an eye catching way to display the sweets.
DIY Ladybug Décor
Polka Dot Print Studio shows you how to make these three dimensional ladybug props you can scatter around your party space.
Decorate With Red and Black Everything
What makes ladybugs to special are their unique red and black polka dotted exterior. Using those two colors as the starting point, decorate your party space with everything red and black. This party featured here has red and black streamers and balloons displayed behind the sweet treats to create a focal point of the room
Easy Ladybug Pretzels
Here's a simple treat idea from Bee in Our Bonnet. Decorating simple pretzels into little ladybugs, you have a quick sweet treat that is tasty and easy to make if you're pressed for time.