Monster High is an incredibly fun theme for a girl’s birthday party. The message behind the show is “Be you. Be unique. Be a monster.” They celebrate and support each others differences.
In the last few months there has been a lot more party supplies you can buy to put on a great party, but what if (like me) you are limited on funds? Here is the 10th Birthday party I put together for 12 kids for under $100.
The black table cloth added a great lace-like texture. We found this a few years ago at Meijer during Halloween time.
Among the fake spiders and webs are Monster High Streamers we found at Party City ($2). We wrapped them around the lights and hung some in the doorway. The glitter bat we got at Target ($1).
I added my daughter’s last year’s Frankiestein costume to the door so guest knew they were in the right spot.
The 2 liter labels were a fun touch, I was planning on printing them out but I was lucky enough to find them at Party City ($3). I do wish you could write on them the actual flavors, I spend a good deal of the party answering what the flavors were. Also note that if the 2 liters are refrigerated, the labels will start to ripple from the “sweating” but hey, it’s one day! ($9 soda and water)
We went with 3 games. Monster High UNO ($7), Monster High Bingo and Fear Leading Try Outs. We had Monster High prizes for each game ($4).I made the MH Bingo using photoshop and the MH UNO cards. Download the PDF bingo cards here —>; Monster High Bingo Each card was full of all the characters in the UNO set. I put all the UNO cards in a bag and shook it up. One kid drew a card and that was the spot to mark off. The first one with four in a row won.
Cute little gift bags with a sticker strip, a notebook, temp tattoos, and vampire teeth ($16) for 20 bags.
Kids had a great time! Hope your kids do too!