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How to Incorporate Mini Orchids into Birthday Parties

July 28, 2015

In the age of Pinterest, planning your child’s birthday party can almost feel like a competitive event. Sure, you want to be creative and want your guests to have a good time, but you don’t want to spend unnecessary time and money creating a perfectly photographable party experience. 

If you’re looking for a unique way to wow your party guests and give your child a day to remember, try one of these four ideas for incorporating mini orchids in to your next birthday party.  

1. Craft Time

Craft projects are always a hit at younger children’s birthday parties. Purchase a case of mini orchids and let each child decorate their own pot to their heart’s desire. Just make sure to include lots of fun decorating supplies, like paint, glue, ribbons, glitter and stickers. 

2. Favors

A mini orchid would make a great take-home favor for a garden-themed party or Hawaiian luau. Plus, orchids are great plants for teaching children valuable lessons about taking care of a living thing. Even the youngest partygoer can master this simple watering technique

3. Elegant Décor 

For your older children, decorating with mini orchids can turn a typical sweet 16 party into an elegant affair. Use clusters of mini orchids as table decorations and match the variety of colors with the rest of your party decorations. 

4. Game Prizes 

If your guests are participating in any party games—like the classics of Pin the Tail on the Donkey or Limbo—consider offering mini orchids as the winning prize. Children will be excited to have a plant that’s all their own to take home. 

Remember: party planning doesn’t have to be overly complicated or stressful. You can give your child a special day without going to great lengths or spending hours scouring Pinterest. Instead, use one of the above ideas to integrate mini orchids and give your party a little something extra. 

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