If you enjoyed Part 1 of my DIY Minecraft Birthday Party then you will be sure appreciate Part 2 – full of free printables, tutorials, gift ideas and more. Here’s how to pull off an amazing DIY Minecraft party even if you don’t know what you’re doing.
Minecraft Party Food Labels
Being that there aren’t any Minecraft party supplies on the market, we made our own. To replicate this Ghast Piñata simply click the Ghast Face Printable, right click to save and print out on cardstock.
For Creeper cupcake or dirt clod brownie toppers, visit [NO LONGER AVAILABLE] for free Creeper printables. For more, including these dirt clod brownies, plus how I made the giant mushrooms, visit My Original Party Post.
Now that your awesome party planning skills are on full display, you might as well show them that you are also the most amazing gift giver on the planet, too. Here are some super fun, super exclusive and sure to please gift ideas!
Redstone Ore Light-up Cube
A party playlist is possibly one of the most important decisions you’ll make during party planning. It can’t be anything too cheesy.
If it’s a Minecraft party you’re hosting all the hard work has been done for you! In addition to the Kidz Bop 24 songs we played at our party there were also a plethora of Minecraft parody songs that everyone loved. You can listen to our entire party playlist here and decide which are your favorites. Just remember, don’t mine at night!
And for even more Minecraft party information visit my DIY Minecraft Party post. Enjoy!