Parties: Top 5 Party Trends Still Going Strong in 2020

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Parties of the past have nothing to do with the types of parties people have today. It’s easy to say that parties have evolved over time becoming more detailed and intricate but there are some party trends that are here to stay!

Personalized Goodies

Parties: Top 5 Party Trends Still Going Strong in 2020 Ailyn Quesada Contributor Miami Moms Blog
Personalized goody boxes for an adorable Swan Soiree

People still go crazy over personalized treats and goodies. Personalized items make your party unique and add a special touch that no other party will have. You can personalize everything from water bottles, to your customized pinata.

Activity Stations

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Party activities have evolved over the years. People have skipped out on the embarrassing party games and have gone low key with activity stations. The most popular for the past couple of years has got to be the slime station, but like everything else, these activity stations have gotten more intricate. There are upscale activities that will have you creating your own bows, perfumes, friendship bracelets, etc. The possibilities are endless!

Balloons

Balloon Swan Ailyn Quesada Contributor Miami Moms Blog

Balloons are still the craze! These lovely air-filled delights are so versatile and can be used in so many ways. You can add a beautiful balloon garland to the backdrop of a cake table, use a balloon mosaic as a prop, or even create balloon structures! No matter how you use them, they’re sure to be a hit.

Mixed Themes

Parties: Top 5 Party Trends Still Going Strong in 2020 Ailyn Quesada Contributor Miami Moms Blog
A Minnie TWOtti Fruitti Tropicana Party
Twopicana Parties: Top 5 Party Trends Still Going Strong in 2020 Ailyn Quesada Contributor Miami Moms Blog
Combining themes adds creativity and fun!

Single themes are a thing of the past. If you want your party to stand out, try mixing two different themes into one. For example, instead of having a Mickey Mouse party, try having a Mickey Safari party. You’re still using your child’s favorite character but making it unique by adding the safari theme to it.

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A Rose Carnival

Props, Props, Props!

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A Mack Truck completely made out of cardboard

There is no denying that a good prop can give your party a wow factor. Props can be used around the cake table or around the party as décor. You can even place a statement prop where guests walk in to set the mood from the start.

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This T-Rex can be found at Party City and can make a big statement without breaking the bank.

If you are planning a party for your mini-human this year, these tips are sure to help you get started on a few ideas. No matter how big or small your party is, remember that the most important thing is that your child had a memorable birthday!

 

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Ailyn is an adventure-seeking, suburb-living Miami Native that embraces her Cuban roots. She attended Florida International University and obtained her bachelor’s degree in Hospitality Management with a Minor in Beverage Management (thanks to all those wine tasting courses she took!) She is currently an Elementary school teacher and the proud owner of a Luxury Event Planning company. As a busy wife and momma of two sweet girls, she loves to escape the every day hustle & bustle and go camping with her family in their RV. Ailyn is a rookie blogger and eventually would like to venture into vlogging about her camping adventures. She is not afraid to try new things, even if it takes her out of her comfort zone!