Diary of a Wimpy Kid Party Supplies, Diary of a Wimpy Kid Decorations
Spread these fun Diary of a Wimpy Kid party supplies around your party setting an exciting one! Let you and your guests relive the fun of the book series and film with our selection of fantastic Diary of a Wimpy Kid themed party items. Trust us, if you’ve got a fan of Diary of a Wimpy Kid in your household, they’ll love seeing these fun Diary of a Wimpy Kid party supplies decorating their party scene.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid Birthday Party Ideas
Doing a “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” party theme will be very memorable and absolutely out of the ordinary for your child and their guests. The kids will have so much fun with this, that it will feel like Greg Heffley, Rowley Jefferson, and Rodrick Heffley were right there causing the action themselves.
Theme Drinks: Serve fruit juices and punches that mirror the colors of the books. Choose red, green, orange, and blue and the kids will recognize the color scheme right away. It will give them the expectation that a lot of fun and laughs will soon follow.
Kid Foods: Serve foods that kids generally love for this party. Think hamburgers, pizza, chips, hot dogs, etc. Just like how the kids on Diary of a Wimpy Kid would eat.
Wimpy Kid Cake: Have a cake designed like one of the book covers in the series, or think of a memorable quote to put on a cake that everyone will recognize. Keep the colors similar to the theme found on the book covers and it is sure to be a winner with the guests.
Cheese Touch Game: Take a cue from one of the most memorable parts of the books and movie by buying a sticker or drawing a picture of moldy, old cheese. Sneak it onto the back of one of the party goers and wait until someone excitedly yells “Cheese touch!” This will add a lot of excitement and fun as the kids pass the cheese on to one another. It will make them feel like they’ve really stepped into the movie.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid Trivia Game: You can print off trivia sheets or make up some of your own. It is a great way to settle everyone down after the cheese touch game. Have kids take turns reading trivia questions and each person that gets an answer correct wins a high five from everyone.
Shame Game: This is a very funny game where one kid (The moderator) reads a series of interesting or funny statements about certain activities or behaviors. After each one is read, the people for whom the statement is not true will sit down. The last person standing is the winner of the shame game. This one is sure to be a lot of fun and the guests can learn some things that they might not have known about one another.