February Party Themes

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February is not just about Valentine’s Day chocolates and roses! With so many National days packed into this short month, there are tons of reasons to throw a fabulous party. So, grab your party hats, and let’s explore some super fun February party themes!

Fun Ideas for your February Party

1. Super Bowl Blowout

Superbowl party food of chicken wings, chips and salsa

Kick off February with a touchdown! The Super Bowl isn’t just a sports event; it’s the perfect excuse for a party. Deck out your living room with decorations from your favorite team. Serve football-themed snacks like mini hotdogs, nachos, and, of course, a football-shaped cake. Don’t forget games like Super Bowl bingo or a good old football toss in the backyard.

2. Groundhog Day Get-Together

On February 2nd, why not celebrate whether or not the groundhog sees its shadow? Have everyone come in their coziest pajamas or winter gear, depending on if you’re expecting six more weeks of winter or an early spring. Serve up some comfort food, like chili or hot cocoa, and play some shadow-related games with the kids.

3. Pizza Party Day (February 9th)

Who doesn’t love pizza? This day is perfect for a DIY pizza party. Set up a pizza-making station with different sauces, cheeses, and toppings. Let everyone create their own masterpiece to bake and enjoy. Decorate with Italian flags and maybe even host a pizza trivia game!

4. Valentine’s Day – Love and Friendship Festival

Go beyond the traditional romantic dinner! Host a party that celebrates all kinds of love, friends, family, pets, you name it! Think pink and red decorations, heart-shaped everything, and a fun photo booth with silly props. Include games like “Spin the wheel” or a friendship bracelet-making station.

5. Mardi Gras Madness

Colorful mardi gras masks and beads

Just before Lent begins, Mardi Gras offers the perfect theme for a vibrant party. Think beads, masks, and a whole lot of purple, green, and gold. Serve up some New Orleans favorites like gumbo, jambalaya, and beignets. And don’t forget the jazz music to dance the night away!

6. Random Acts of Kindness Party (February 17th)

This is such a heartwarming theme. Encourage guests to bring something for a local charity, like canned goods or warm socks. Make kindness the theme of the day with activities like writing thank-you cards or assembling care packages. It’s a party that will leave everyone feeling good!

7. National Chocolate Lovers Month

A chocolate fountain

Yes, all of February is a celebration for chocolate lovers. Why not have a chocolate tasting party? Set up stations with different kinds of chocolates, from milk to dark, even some exotic varieties. Include some chocolate-making or fondue dipping. It’s sweet and simple!

8. Leap Day Party (Every Four Years)

If it’s a leap year, a Leap Day party is a must. It’s an extra day of the year, so make it count with an “extra” theme. Extra fun, extra games, extra food! Maybe even encourage guests to take on something extra in their lives, like a new hobby or challenge.

9. International Ice Cream for Breakfast Day (First Saturday)

Yes, it’s real, and it’s spectacular! Invite friends over for a morning celebration where ice cream is the star of the show. Set up an ice cream buffet with all sorts of toppings and syrups. Why not add some waffles and pancakes into the mix? Pajamas are the preferred dress code, of course!

10. Love Your Pet Day (February 20th)

Pets deserve a party, too! Host a pet-friendly party where friends can bring their furry (or scaly) friends. Set up play areas and have pet-friendly treats on hand. For the humans, maybe a baking station for homemade pet treats or a cute photo booth with pet costumes and accessories.

11. National Cherry Pie Day (February 20th)

Host a cozy pie-themed gathering. Have a pie baking contest or set up a buffet with different types of cherry pies, think classic, chocolate cherry, and even cherry cheesecake pies! Decorate with red and white checkered tablecloths and serve warm, comforting drinks like hot chocolate or coffee.

12. Oscar Viewing Party

Roll out the red carpet for an Oscar viewing party. Encourage guests to dress as their favorite movie characters or in glitzy, glamorous outfits. Play Oscar bingo or have a ballot contest to guess the winners. Serve classy appetizers and champagne to toast to the best movies of the year.

13. Fairy Tale Day (February 26th)

Fairy themed party decorations

Invite everyone to a magical fairy tale party. Ask guests to come dressed as their favorite fairy tale characters. Decorate your space like a storybook land with lots of twinkly lights and mystical decor. Plan some story-based games or a story reading for the kids (and kids at heart).

14. National Hot Chocolate Day (February 25th)

Who can say no to hot chocolate? This party can be simple but heartwarming. Set up a hot chocolate bar with different flavors, peppermint, white chocolate, spicy. Don’t forget the marshmallows, whipped cream, and sprinkles. Maybe even a cookie decorating station for the perfect hot chocolate companion.

February might be short, but it’s filled with endless possibilities for party themes. Whether you’re throwing a big party or just a small gathering, each day brings a new reason to celebrate. So, let’s make this February the most unforgettable one yet!

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