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Blue’s Clues Birthday Party Ideas

Updated: Jun 22, 2022

When I was a child, Blue’s Clues was a big hit! I was a little older when it came out, but I got my little cousin watching it.

Steve came out with that heartfelt special message a while back to the kids who watched the show and he made us all cry. With that message, parents introduced their kids to the new version of the interactive preschool series and a whole new generation is now in love with Blue’s Clues.

Including my 2-year-old son!

For his 2nd birthday party, we decided to go with a Blue’s Clues party theme!

There are so many fun Blue's Clues Birthday Party Ideas to do for food, decorations, games, favors, and more!

Check out the ways to plan for your child’s Blue’s Clues Birthday Party!

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Party Food:

I always label my food at parties, so party guests know what they are eating. I would hate for a guest to grab something they don’t like because it was not labeled.

The whole food area could be labeled Mr. Salt and Mrs. Pepper if you want to label the food tent.

I made these Printable Blue’s Clues Food Labels that I want to share with you.

1. Hot dog bar

Since the party is Blues Clues, I thought what better way to celebrate than by eating hot dogs! A hot dog bar gives you so many options so people can choose exactly what they want on their hot dogs.

I had 2 triple mini crockpots that I was able to use to keep the hot foods warm during the party.

Those foods included:

· Hot dogs with skin

· Hot dogs with no skin

· Nacho cheese

· Chili w Beans

· Chili w No Beans

· Baked Beans

The cold foods I prepped and put in Tupperware on a separate table.

Those included:

· Shredded cheese

· Sauerkraut

· Onions Raw

· Bacon bits

In addition to toppings, I included the usual hot dog options on another table.

These were:

· Hot dog rolls

· Ketchup

· Mustard

· Relish

2. Fruit Salad

One of the most popular foods I put out at parties is fruit salad. Kids tend to eat most of it and it’s a healthy option as well. You can include any fruit you want, but I included Strawberries, Blueberries, Pineapple, Watermelon, and Grapes.

3. Macaroni Salad

Another popular options for kids and is great for anyone who doesn’t eat hot dogs.

4. Vegetable Tray

My son was walking into the food tent and picking veggies off the veggie tray.

5. Water bottles

The easiest drink option is bottles of water. Each person can grab one and carry it around with them. I recommend having a Sharpie and masking tape near the drinks so guests can label their bottles and cups with their name.

6. Blue’s Clues Punch

I wanted to have a blue drink since the party is all about Blue the puppy. A delicious and very sweet drink option is a combination of Blue Hawaiian Punch and Lemon Lime Soda.

I put the drink into a large drink dispenser, you can find here on Amazon.

7. Magenta’s Iced Tea

If you want to give your guests a less sweet option, you can put out Magenta’s Iced Tea, which is just Pure Leaf Iced Tea. There are many options of tea you can go with, which include sweetened, partially sweetened, and unsweetened.

8. Blue’s Clues Cake

You can purchase a cake or make it yourself. I made my Blue’s Clues cake out of vanilla cake and buttercream frosting. The cake looked great and tasted even better.

Party Decorations / Party Supplies:

For his birthday party, the party boy got to wear his very own Blue's Clues Birthday shirt. If mom, dad, and siblings want to match, you could wear blue to go with the theme. It would also be cute to wear party hats or blue dog ears too if you want to add to the themed parties.

1. Blue’s Clues Mailbox

My favorite party decoration was the Blue’s Clues Mailbox I made out of an old shoe box because my son loves singing the mail time song in the show. It made a great card box and was adorable in photos.

If you would like to make your own Blue’s Clues Mailbox out of a cardboard box and dark blue paper, check out my post Blue’s Clues DIY Mailbox.

2. Plates/Napkins/Cups

One of my favorite additions to birthday parties is the themed plates, napkins, and cups. I like to purchase 1 set of themed and mix in some plain as well.

3. Balloons

I found the cutest Blue’s Blues balloons for the party for my son to enjoy. There was a Blue Puppy Mylar balloon that I attached to the birthday child's chair, which could also be his Thinking Chair, a round Blue’s Clues Mylar balloon, some small latex Blue’s Clues balloons, and a large blue number 2.

4. Tablecloths

My children have a tiny wooden picnic table we were gifted a few years back. It’s been the best way to have children at our house because they can sit at their picnic table comfortably. I put a Blue’s Clues tablecloth on his party table so the kids could enjoy Blue while they ate.

I bought some plain blue tablecloths for the rest of the tables, and I put each blue tablecloth on the food tables in the food tent. My Blue's Clues tablecloth came in the set with the plates, napkins, and cups.

5. Decorative Paper Fans

When my son had his Baptism, we had some blue and white paper fans we bought at the dollar store that we hung around. We did not use them all for his Baptism party, so we had some extra. I pulled some unused fans out and hung them on the tents in the party area for my son’s birthday party.

Some of the party sets come with Blue's Clues large spirals you can hang around as well. If you don't want to go with either of these ideas, you could even purchase dark-blue streamers to hang around the tents.

6. Tents

If you are having an outside party, it is important to put up tents. Guests will want the option to get out of the sun if it’s a hot day. You can decorate the tents by hanging Happy Birthday banners or streamers along the side.

7. Tables

Prepare ahead of time for how many tables you will need. Make sure to include the amount of food to put out, how many people will be sitting to eat, and where guests will set out presents. I set the favors in the middle of the tables where people were eating, but you could have a separate table for favors as well.

8. Chairs

It is important to have enough chairs for the number of guests invited. You do not want guests standing around holding their plates in their hands to eat or sitting on a table because their feet hurt. I have asked my parents and in-laws to bring chairs to give us more. There are also rental companies to get tents, tables, and chairs as well.

This is also where having a special chair for the birthday child comes in handy. You can set up your child’s chair as their Thinking Chair and they can eat cake and open presents in their special chair.

Party Activities:

There are so many fun games to play during a Blue's Clues Birthday Party. You could set up a Blue's Clues game and give each kid their own magnifying glass and small notebook to look for blue paw prints around the yard. They could receive a prize for finding the first clue, second clue, and third clue. You could also have face paints to entertain the children.

Here's some of the party activities I set up for the children:

1. Bouncy Slide/Bouncy House

One of my favorite party activities for a child's birthday is renting a bouncy slide or bouncy house. If you plan on having a lot of children, a bouncy play area is popular. Kids will get so much energy out bouncing and you can sit back and watch.

2. Piñata

You can get the most adorable piñatas or make them yourself! The piñata we purchased had Blue on one side and Magenta on the other. I found a great Blue’s Clues Piñata at Party City. I love that you can hit it with a bat, or you can pull the strings on the bottom to release the candy.

3. Bubble Machine

Since this party was for our 2-year-old, we wanted to have options of things he would enjoy. The kids all had a blast running through the bubble machine bubbles. The bubbles in the bubble machine can also double as Slippery Soap bubbles.

Party Favors:

I never want to send the kids home without a goodie bag, but I also don't want to send them home with more tiny toys or candy. A fun idea to keep the kids and parents happy is to think of a favor the kids can use or something they can throw away once it's been used up.

1. Shovel and Pail

It only seemed appropriate to have shovels and pails for favors for the kids. I opted to go with assorted colors, but you could go with red pails and yellow shovels like the show. If you decide to have a piñata for the party, the pails can double as candy collectors and treat holders.

2. Blue’s Clues Cups

I found the most adorable Blue’s Clues plastic cups last minute, so I grabbed them and put them inside the pails.

3. Bubbles

Another great way to add Slippery Soap is to add bubbles to the favors. I added a container of bubbles inside the pails to go with the Blue’s Clues cups. The great part about bubbles is once the bubbles are gone, the container can be thrown away.

4. Thank You Tags

I designed Thank You Tags and attached them to each bucket handle. It’s a great way to thank your little guests for coming to the party.

Throwing a Blue’s Clues party for my son was a huge success. It took a lot of planning and party prep, but it was a hit, and our children had a great time.

It is so much fun setting up special occasions for our children and it is the best thing to see your excited child have a good time at their party.

Are you planning a Blue’s Clues birthday party for your child?

Tell us about your Blue’s Clues party in the comments below!

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