WWE Birthday Party
(Fort Edward, New York)
John Cena WWE Birthday Party Game
My son is a huge WWE Wrestling fan. For his 8th birthday party, I gave him a wrestling WWE birthday party. I rented a local hall because our house wasn't big enough for what I wanted to do.
For the main decoration, I constructed a giant kid-sized wrestling ring. This was done by using large cardboard rolls that carpets come on. A local carpet store was willing to part with some old rolls.
I spray painted the rolls black and they served as the corner posts. Each roll was inserted into the middle of a cylinder block in order to get them to stand and placed at each corner.
I used a fifth roll and cylinder block and put it halfway between two corner posts. This was in order to make a door for the children to get into the ring. I covered the cylinder blocks with black paper.
Next, I used clothes line to make the ropes of the ring. I tied the rope from each corner post and made three rows of rope.
On the side with the extra roll and cylinder block, I only put the rope from the middle roll to the corner and left one half of that side open for the door.
In order to avoid the children attempting to actually wrestle in the ring, I put tables and chairs inside the ring for the children to eat lunch on.
WWE Birthday Cakes
For the cake, I also constructed a wrestling ring by using two square cake pans. I placed one square cake on top of the other to form the bottom of the ring.
I used pretzel rods for the corner posts and rope licorice for the ropes of the ring. I frosted the bottom of the ring with white frosting and used black and red frosting to make the WWE symbol in the middle of the ring.
I used sugar wafer cookies wrapped in foil to construct stairs. The stairs were placed on the outside of the cake to represent the stairs used to enter a wrestling ring.
WWE Birthday Party Games
For an activity, I purchased a door size poster of my son's favorite wrestler, John Cena. I used black poster board and cut out championship belts in a size that would fit on Cena on the poster. I then glued white circles to the midde of each belt.
The day of the party, each child got a belt and wrote their name on the white circle of the belt.
One at a time, I blind folded the children and let them attempt to place the championship belt on the wrestler. We did this in a "pin the tail on the donkey" fashion, just adapted to fit the party theme. Categories: Sports Birthday Party Ideas
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