Twins are always double the fun, but especially so when a birthday rolls around. If you’re a #TwinMom or #TwinDad, you know that twins are extra special. Planning the perfect birthday party for one child can be a challenge, so how are you supposed to make one event special enough for two kids?
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Twin Birthday Parties
Thing 1 and Thing 2
Could there be a more perfect birthday party theme for twins than the classic Dr. Seuss characters Thing 1 and Thing 2? Red, white, and blue make for an easy and vibrant color scheme, and you can add that iconic Dr. Seuss style with red and white stripes, pom poms, and even custom Thing 1 and Thing 2 party invitations. For extra theme points, give out copies of Dr. Seuss books instead of goodie bags as party favors.
What kid doesn’t love superheroes? The best part of a superhero party theme is that you can show off the personalities of both kids, which is great for older twins who are looking for a sense of individuality. Help them create their own superhero personas complete with signature colors, and use those as inspiration for the invitations, decorations, and even the activities. You could even give each child a cape to wear during the party and to take home as a party favor. Just remember to keep safety in mind based on the ages of the kids, and don’t make the capes long enough to trip over.
Hansel and Gretel
If you have boy/girl twins, you can’t pass up the opportunity for a fairytale-themed Hansel and Gretel birthday party. Obviously candy is going to be the star of the show, but you can kick it up a notch by dressing your kids in German or folk-inspired clothes—think embroidery, florals, and maybe even lederhosen. For decor, think moss, red and white mushrooms, twinkle lights, candy, even a gingerbread house.
No matter what theme you choose for your twin birthday party, make sure both kids feel special and unique. People tend to treat twins like a matched set, but they’re individuals and you may need to adjust some of the birthday traditions accordingly. For instance, some twin parents opt to do this with separate “personal size” cakes so each kid can blow out their own candles.