Monsoon brings us closer to our childhood days. It’s exhilarating to feel tiny water droplets on your face and smell the heavenly earthy fragrance. Don’t we all love to dance with friends and loved ones while enjoying the rain? Thanks to us, you don’t have to wait for the monsoon to experience the joy and magic of the rainy season. Read on if you are planning a kids rain party theme and looking for kids’ rain party ideas:
Fun Rainy Day Party Ideas:
You don’t have to go all the way to organize a rain dance – try creating unique décor with cutouts in the shape of umbrellas and clouds. Everything from party decorations to even cutlery can be centered around the rain theme. Place cocktail umbrellas in cups or cut placemats in the shape of clouds. You could also use rainbow-colored straws. Or, call us to learn more about our rainbow balloon decorations in Bangalore.
Fun Rain Party Games for Kids:
Freeze Dance Game: This is a musical game with kids dancing to rain-themed music. You can introduce variations by asking kids to exchange pillows or a toy to keep them engaged. The slowest kid will sit when you stop the music while the rest continue playing. The last kid to continue dancing will be declared the winner.
There are plenty of other games like following the leader to entertain kids. The game involves asking someone to be the leader, with others having to imitate the leader. The kid with the best impersonation wins.
Pay Attention to the Food:
Quality, hygiene, and taste are what matters most when it comes to inviting kids to a party. While rainwater is the purest form of water, it becomes impure and causes infection when mixed with other elements. It is better to order packed food so that it isn’t contaminated with water droplets from the rain. Consider prepacked burgers, salads, pasta, and other options kids love the most. Elders generally prefer proper meals, but kids love snacks and other stuff, so keep your menu short but sweet enough for the kids.
Rain Party Return Gift Ideas:
Return gifts are the best way to end a party. Kids love to return gifts as they make children feel appreciated and rewarded. You’re also letting them know you enjoy their presence and thanking them for taking time off for your party.