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DIY Minecraft Party

Hello DIY Minecraft Party, all my now 10 year old son talks about is Minecraft. He would watch Minecraft How To Videos on YouTube for hours if we allowed him. I must admit I’ve never played the game and until I decided to make it the theme for his 10th birthday party, I didn’t know much about the game. It’s like the digital version of Lego’s but it has more of a Nintendo pixel like design.

Since I was unfamiliar with the game I had research to do in order to pull this off. I also consulted my son on my findings to make sure I was accurately representing. His image is on the line apparently and I’m bucking for Best Mom ever. This is what I came up with.

diy minecraft party

I started out with the invitation, I tossed this together quickly. We had so much going on I planned this entire party in two and a half weeks. I wanted it to be like an actual ticket to an event. As it turns out the kids thought this was cool. Cool points for Mommy. I made this in PowerPoint. DIY Minecraft Party has put me in good rankings for at least 3 months.

diy minecraft party

Each table was set with a plate, napkin, Potion of healing (water) and a Minecraft wrist band. I got the wrist bands from Ebay; they were less than $1.00 for each band. The center pieces represented the different things in the game. They were also carried out in the party favors.

diy minecraft party

A closer look at each setting, I created the labels, printed them out and then laminated them. They have a lot of “potions” in the Minecraft game but I stuck with this one. Everyone needs some healing right?

diy minecraft party

Decorations

These jars (I got them from Michael’s) made up the center pieces on all the tables. The mini versions went in the party bags. It was a lot of fun deciding on which to use. The Diamonds were rock candy here but I actually used jellybeans of the same color for the party bags.

diy minecraft party

I wrapped a piece of ribbon around the bottle and added the labels to the outside. I also created the labels in PowerPoint. As you can see I went with an Emerald green, lime green and black color scheme.
diy minecraft party
This was the gift table, it includes party favor bags and then we added birthday gifts to the mix. I purchased the Steve head from Target; apparently it was a popular Halloween costume this year. (I had no idea) I added in a few gold nuggets for decoration.


diy minecraft party

Close up on the party bags and the tags.


diy minecraft party

“Thanks for making my birthday party the bomb!” I’m all about finding images online to support the theme and editing them to my liking. I used the Microsoft Office font OCR A Extended, it was perfect for the theme.

diy minecraft party

This is the dessert table. I went with cupcakes instead of a regular cake.

diy minecraft party

I ordered the cupcakes from my local bakery. I had them put a lime green spray on the white frosting and I created these cupcake toppers. Again I created the images in PowerPoint, cut them out, laminated them and used a hot glue gun to secure a toothpick to the back. I added in two bottles with polka dot straws and Minecraft bands around the jar. I completed the look with several gold nuggets.
diy minecraft party

I love my cookie lady, she always gets it right. These Minecraft sugar cookies were a total hit, they look good but they taste amazing. Every year I get phone calls asking if there are more cookies because they are just that good. She is out of NY but ships anywhere in the US.

diy minecraft party

I took the features of the game and used them as party favors. This is what was inside of the party favor bags.

  • Fish: Gummy Swedish fish
  • Melon: Gummy sour watermelons
  • Gold: Gold wrapped Hershey bars
  • Redstone: Jelly beans
  • Emeralds: Jelly beans
  • Iron: Silver wrapped Hershey bars
  • Diamonds: Jelly beans
  • Sticks: Pretzel sticks
  • Trap Door: Chez Its
  • TNT: Wrapped Twizzlers

diy minecraft party

Nasir’s DIY Minecraft party (Pixel Party) was a total hit. Thanks to all of our family and friends for sharing this special day with us. We will do it again in 3 years.

diy minecraft party

We didn’t want the fun to end.

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  1. Teems

    This came out really nice. Very creative. You stayed in theme while remaining tasteful. I just learned about this game for Halloween.

  2. LaToshia

    I absolutely love all the work you did, even with your special orders. My son loves Minecraft!

    • MimiCuteLips

      Thanks LaToshia, while I didn’t know anything about Minecraft prior to the party it was a lot of fun coming up with the ideas.

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  4. Christy Maurer

    My son missed the Minecraft craze by a couple of years, but I know that kids love it! This is such a cute party idea for kids who are Minecraft fans! Great pics 🙂

  5. Angelic Sinova

    The Minecraft party came out so cute! My mom’s a junior high teacher and all her students talk about is Minecraft, it’s CRAZY popular <3

  6. Alli

    What a great party! I bet your son was thrilled with how it all turned out. I really like your centerpieces.

  7. Chubskulit Rose

    My son would be thrulled with this kind of party, he lo=ve minecraft. Love the wacky faces, very cute.

  8. Amanda Tempel

    This had to have been so much fun for him! I remember growing up, everyone loved mine craft too, it’s just a fun game, and I’m sure a fun theme as well!

  9. Jaime Nicole

    Theme parties can be such a fun thing for the whole party! We just did one and everyone got in on the fun – maybe next year we will roll out Minecraft as our now 9 year old is loving this game.

  10. Jaime Nicole

    My daughter would LOVE to come to this party. She loves Minecraft – I don’t understand it at all, but she loves it!

  11. Jacob Fu

    This looks so great! We don’t have kids yet but I like throwing themed parties for my wife. I’m sure I’ll take it overboard once I have kids 😛

  12. Joanne T Ferguson

    What a fun concept for a party! I live the cupcakes and looks like you put a lot of thought into each and everything included! Well done!

  13. Mykidsguide

    What a fun party. My kids love Minecraft. I’m sure they will have a blast with this.

  14. Stephanie of The TipToe Fairy

    My son loves Minecraft, and he would love this party! I just love all the ideas you had for the party!

  15. michelle bowman

    What a fun party ideas. my nephews really love Minecraft. Saturday is his Birthday i know he would be love this kind of party. love all the idea you just have in the party thank you for sharing it will really help me for my nephews Birthday

  16. Fi Ní Neachtáin

    Oh how cool, you did a great job with the theme. I love how creative you were at putting everything together. You can’t beat a themed party!

  17. Adrienne

    What a fun idea! You are incredibly creative and everything looks so festive!

  18. Angie

    I’m totally forwarding this onto my cousin! Her son is obsessed with Minecraft and would love this I think. Super creative 🙂

  19. Aisha Kristine Chong

    a minecraft party now that totally looks pretty cool!

  20. Karen

    Hi – what great ideas! Thanks for sharing! Can you please share the printables for the favors (the little tags that say “fish” “sticks”, etc.? Thanks so much!!!

  21. Johanne

    Hy. Your party theme is mine too and I am inspired more I almost gave up. Great job. My theme is double . Game truck then minecraft table decor cake etc. my local party store do not have anything but plates. I need help with the Microsoft and how to get that done and also where did you get the wrist band and where was the one stop for the candy. Or places. Johanne thanks. this is my correct email.

    • MimiCuteLips

      Don’t give up Johanne. If your local party store doesn’t have it check Wal-Mart, Five Below and Hobby Lobby if you have any of these stores in your area they also have party supplies. If you have time you could also order online. My laptop is currently broken 🙁 so I can’t access any of my files right now. Check Pinterest for the lables, I used some I found there and then made them my own. I got the wrist bands from Ebay, just search Minecraft bracelets and see what comes up. I purchased most of the candy from my local Target. If you have a Party City they also have candy.

  22. Lynne

    MiMi,

    love the ideas, could you please share with me how you created the TNT thank you tag and the candy tags?

    Thank you

  23. Karli

    Found your darling ideas on pinterest! My son is having a swim party next weekend {not really an at home themed party}, but loves minecraft, so I thought I’d send the kids home with a minecraft themed goodie bag. Would you mind sharing your darling bag toppers and food toppers with me? Love those! Thanks in advance!

  24. Pamela Yabut

    I loved this! Would you mind sharing your favor labels with me and what kind of bags you used for them?

    Thanks!

  25. Melody Goldmeyer

    Such a great party! Would you mind sharing your printable a with me? Searched a ton on Pinterest and ETSY and yours are my fav. Thanks so much!

  26. Melody

    Awesome. Thanks!

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  28. Katie

    Such great ideas! Thank you! 🙂

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  31. Denise

    Thank you so much for this! I am ecstatic that I found your site! Love it!!

  32. Amy

    These ideas are great! Thank you so much for sharing your printables as well! You are so generous!

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