Snotty Celebrates - Part 2!

We found so many wonderful ideas for a fishing-themed party, we decided to share more of them in second blog post! Read on for ideas on how to make your next birthday party one to remember!


Why not use the invitations to get going on the theme? These fisherman vest invitations are adorable and leave lots of room for creativity. You can even use your printable fish drawings for the fish in the pocket! Snotty, Pumpkin, Kahuna, Bucket Mouth, Skippy, and Wild Eyes would love to be featured!

A little simpler, this bobber invitation packs just as much punch. Use the red half circle to fold open and closed to hide party details. (Photo from The Magic of Ordinary Things)


These fishing nets make a great display for child’s photos or even colouring pages guests colour in at the party. Use a variety of sizes of net to break up the space, and hang photos with clothespins to keep with the rustic feel.


This fish cake is easier to make than it looks - because it’s made of cupcakes and one round cake! Have your child choose their favourite colours and simply dye the icing to make a custom-coloured fish! This beauty of this cake is that it can be decorated as easy or as complicated as you’d like. (Tutorial from My Cake School)

Whether it’s Pond Punch or Lake Water, don’t let the name fool you - this drink is delicious! Combine 2 litres of gingerale, 1 can of frozen lemonade, 1 large can of pineapple juice and 1 quart of lime sherbet. (Photo from Kara’s Party Ideas)


This take on “Pin the Tail on the Donkey” is a great way to incorporate a classic party game into a fishing-themed day! Print little “hooks” and attach double-sided tape for the activity. This is also another opportunity to use any favourite fish you child has, or perhaps one that they plan to catch on a fishing trip in the near future! (Photo from The Magic of Ordinary Things)

We’d love to see your take on these party ideas, so post your photos online and tag us so we’re sure not to miss them! Happy celebrating!