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25 Fab & Fun Party Favour or Loot Bag Ideas

25 Kids Loot Bag Party Favor Ideas
We enjoyed a fabulous time on Saturday celebrating Immy’s sixth birthday with a Rainbow Magic Fairy themed birthday party. I look forward to sharing more of the details with you next week but while I sort through the party photos I thought I would share a collection of fun and fabulous party favour ideas (you might call them loot bags or goodie bags depending upon where in the world you are).

25 Fun & Fabulous Party Favour/Loot Bag Ideas
Party loot bag ideas

For Immy’s party we paired a rainbow watercolour palette with a cellophane cone of rainbow lollies. Our watercolours were supplied by our favourite kid’s art supply company, Micador.

The I Spy bottles from My Little Bookcase’s Song and Rhyme Party could be adapted to many different party themes.

Kate of The Craft Train presented sparkle play dough with cute cookie cutters for her daughter’s Enchanted Forest Fairy Party.

Iced biscuits can be made in any shape to celebrate, just like these gorgeous butterfly biscuits from Learn With Play At Home.

Who wouldn’t love to take home a jar of rainbow playdough? Just for Daisy shows you how.

Get alphabety with these fun Alphabet Party Gift Bags from Learn With Play At Home.

25 Kids Loot Bag Party Favor Ideas

For Winter party themes, check out the Build a Snowman play dough kit from Mama Papa Bubba.

The kids will love their own take-home tub of slime but the mama’s maybe not so much ;) Mama Papa Bubba shows you how.

Take a visit to Neverland with these simple ideas for a Peter Pan themed party from Homegrown Friends.

Play Dr Mom shares loot bag idea for a Brave themed party.

A sparkly heart wand makes a gorgeous take home favour via Mama Papa Bubba.

Who needs a bag! See how Glittering Muffins filled a bucket with fire fighter inspired goodies.

Pair a personalised driver’s license with a matchbox car from East Coast Mommy.

Crayon Box Chronicles gives play dough the superhero treatment with Batman Play Dough Favours.

Nothing if Not Intentional shares ideas for your next airplane inspired party.

Pint-sized pirate’s love loot! See what Frog Goose and Bear’s party guests took home from their fun pirate party.

25 Kids Loot Bag Party Favor Ideas

Sand buckets and spades make a fun alternative to traditional party bags for mermaid, beach or pool parties.

Inspired by Familia shows you how to get digging with a set of paleontology tools for your next dinosaur themed party.

Pink lemonade and pinwheels is a fabulous theme for a first birthday. Nothing If Not Intentional shares her ideas for pinwheel themed party bags.

Decorate your own take-home superhero cape and mask with East Coast Mommy.

A book, bookmark and personalised book plate can be easily themed to suit the party or the individual guest (via The Chirping Moms).

Inspiration for your next fairy party goodie bags from Childhood 101.

At My Little Bookcase’s Snow White Party the guests headed out on a Diamond Treasure Hunt to find their party gifts.

Playdough and a car shaped cookie cutter made the perfect take home gift for Red Ted Art’s Cars Party.

Keep it simple with themed lollipop covers via Inspired by Familia.

What fabulous party favour ideas have you seen or created for your kid’s parties?

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Comments

  1. So many great ideas! Thanks a ton for including our Brave party favor bag.

  2. What a fab round up. I love how so many of them are sugar free :-) Thanks for including our idea :-)

  3. Great ideas! We did a ‘Where the Wild Things Are’ party last year and the favours (seen in I think the last pic) where wild animal headband ears, a ‘Where the Wild Things Are’ mini book and a small packet of jungle animal lollies. http://childrensbooksdaily.com/a-where-the-wild-things-are-party-for-one-very-wild-thing/

  4. Miss 7 had a Mexican Fiesta party this year and all the guests (7 of them) left with a child sized sombrero and a maracas they had decorated during the party.

  5. Hi there, could you please tell me what shaped cake tins you used for the dinosaur cake, how you did it and could you please kindly share your cake recipe, it sounds delicious! Thanks so much. :)

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