Monster High Birthday Party Supplies and Ideas

by Linette

Monster High Dolls are all the rage right now, and I’m sure many little girls would love to have a Monster High theme birthday party. I thought I’d throw together a few ideas to help you plan. Since there are no Monster High party supplies out there (at least not yet), here are a few ideas you can use instead.

My favorite supplies for a Monster High birthday party are these Skulllicious Party Supplies from Simply Birthday Stuff.

You can find them to order here: Skullicious party supplies (they’re also available in blue)

I also like the cupcake wraps to go along with them. I’m all about the cupcakes!

You can find them here: Skullicious cupcake wraps

These black and white party supplies would also work well for a Monster High party, especially for older girls. They can be customized for your child’s age.

You can find them here: Black and white party supplies

You can also find a ton of great stuff for a Monster High Birthday party at eBay, like this customizable  Monster High Banner.

And there’s more, including edible cake images, ticket invitations, and Monster High party favors! You can check it all out here: Monster High Party Supplies (Tons of great Monster High party stuff!)

More Monster High party ideas:

  • Have the girls dress up as their favorite Monster High character, or if you have older girls provide materials for them to make their own Monster High costume.
  • Have them each bring their favorite Monster High Doll and share why it’s their favorite.
  • If you have the girls dress up as their favorite Monster High doll you can come up with skits for them to do acting out as their character.
  • The new Gloom Beach Monster High Dolls can give you the perfect excuse to combine a beach party with your Monster High party. Incorporate beach theme party ideas or head to the beach and bring the party along.
  • Skulls and crossbones can make wonderful decorations.
  • Black and white with pops of color can also work well for decorating ideas.

Have you planned a Monster High Birthday party? Pleas share how it turned out, we’d love to hear about it!



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7 comments

kaye April 14, 2011 - 1:59 pm

great ideas! Monster High is a great theme for a party,ours turned out to be a lot of fun. It’s such a natural with little girls. Each little girl came dressed up as their favorite character, registered for Monster High and attended classes (Claw-culus, PomPom Panic, Mad Scientist Lab, Casketball and Twilight Twister) They had dinner in the Creepeteria too. The custom Monster High Birthday Cake and chocolate dipping confectionary bar was a hit. view pictures here

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Linette April 14, 2011 - 3:19 pm

Kaye~ Looks like the girls had a blast, love the Monster High cake!

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Rita41 January 9, 2012 - 7:47 pm

I loved the ideas that you shared and enjoyed the photos. We just completed our first Monster High theme party and it was a blast. I created T-shirts for the boys and girls and completed their costume with wigs, argyle socks and net gloves. We started with school registration and then the kids adhered to their school schedules for the following classes: Fierce Fashion 101, Mr. Mummy’s Dragonometry(Stuff a Dragon w/geometric shapes), Mister Hackingtons Mad Science 101 (create snow and bouncing balls), Ms. Kindergrubber’s Home Ick (Mudd & Worms recipe) the kids loved smashing their chocolate Oreos with rubber mallets,Mr. Where’s Drama class and the drive in Creepeteria where they filled their treat bags to take home in their Pink or Flame Thunderbirds.. I wanted to share the photos: http://www.dreamcelebrations.phanfare.com/5424047

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discoqueendiva January 29, 2012 - 10:58 pm

I am working on a monster high party for my girls, i plan to make my own monster high rag dolls as one of the party favors, and do a dawn of the dance theme, playing freeze dance with balloons, play a hot potato game with zombie hands, make a mummy dress out of toilet paper, do Simon says but have Cleo says for fear leading try outs, face paint them their fave character, activity sheets while they wait their turn for face paint. maybe do a scavenger hunt. play musical chairs but make skull shore islands instead, using construction paper.

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Angie Casas February 21, 2012 - 3:50 pm

Rita41,

How did you do the t-shirts? Or where did you get your stuff from? Your party looked great.

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emma March 30, 2012 - 9:30 am

i love this monster high party ideas

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