Another fun idea for a penguin party invitation is to send a penguin coloring page along with one black and one white crayon. Ask guests to color in the pictures and bring them to the party in exchange for a small door prize. When guests arrive, display their penguins by hanging them on a wall.
You can write the party details on the back of the postcard photos or coloring pages. Add a note that asks guests to come dressed in black and white.
More ideas for penguin party decor:
- Snowflakes hanging from the ceiling.
- Penguin-shaped, rubber stamp art on a white tablecloth.
- Cardboard boxes wrapped in white paper and stacked like ice blocks in the corners, or flanking the entrance to the party.
- Tie bunches of black and white balloons to plush penguins.
- Penguin crafts
- Hang a blackboard in the party space. Provide guests with white chalk and penguin cookie-cutters to use as stencils to draw their own winter scenes.
- Paper bag penguin craft.
- Paper heart penguin craft.
- An igloo drawn and cut out of white poster board. Cut out a crawlspace at the bottom and set in front of a table draped with a white tablecloth. Kids can scurry through the crawlspace into their little igloo hideaway.
- A penguin pinata.
- Watch a penguin movie, such as Mr. Popper’s Penguins or Happy Feet.
Along with the penguin sandwiches, you can serve items such as penguin cupcakes and a variety of black and white food. Suggestions include:
More penguin party favor ideas:
- Plush penguins.
- Penguin masks.
- Penguin movie DVDs.
- Black and white balloons.
- Penguin coloring books.
- Sheets of black construction and white crayons, rolled and tied with black and white ribbon.