Make a splash! and have some good clean fun by throwing a Yellow Ducky Theme Party. This is perfect for a 1st year birthday party!
Try taking a picture of your baby in the bathtub holding his favorite yellow ducky! Create a post card, or regular card, with this picture with your party info. No one will be able to resist
A little more expensive to ship, but definitely an attention getter- Soap Invitations! But a few bars of ivory soap (you can purchase these at your local Dollar Store). Measure the wrapper on your soap and print out your invitation to fit! Wrap around the soap bar and secure using two sided tape or a glue stick. Mail in a bubble envelope.
Pick a Duck. Buy plastic yellow duck toys and put a number on each one. Create the same amount of treat bags with corresponding numbers. Have each guest pick a duck from the pond. They “win” the treat bag with the matching number.
Play duck duck goose if your guests are old enough
Pop the bubbles. Fill a small child’s swimming pool with balloons. Let your guests stomp on the “bubbles” Our purchase an inexpensive bubble machine and let your guest have fun running around popping the real bubbles.
Hot Duck. Play the classic Hot Potato game using a rubber duckie. Play to the tune of Splish Splash.
Place “duck prints” leading from the street to your front door for your guests to follow.
Decorate with yellow and blue balloons.
Place a yellow table cloth on the table with a yellow duck centerpiece, or large duck shaped balloon.
Roll up white wash cloths and tie with yellow and blue ribbons.
Buy a duck shaped cookie cutter to make duck shaped sandwiches.
A bowl of “quackers” or goldfish crackers or animal crackers
Oreo cookies dipped in blue tinted chocolate or melted candy can resemble bubbles
Here’s a video for creating a rubber duck birthday cake
With your yellow duck cake centerpiece and many many small yellow ducks spread around, you will have the perfect atmosphere for some good clean fun!