Planning a party for a little boy or girl? No matter what theme you choose to decorate around, I bet you can find a cute napkin fold or napkin ring that will fit the decor. Here are eleven unique kids’ party napkin folding ideas that any kid would love.
Is your son a Star Wars fan? If so, these Lightsaber Napkin Wraps would look great on the buffet table. The folks at Catch My Party provide a tutorial and a free downloadable file for the lightsaber handles.
If you’re planning a nautical-themed party, why not fold napkins into paper sail boats like they did at Party City? Add your guests’ names to the sail and they become place cards. Add candy and they double as party favor.
Remember making Indian headbands back in grade school? Free Kids Crafts show you (and your kids) how to make Indian Headband Napkin Holders for Thanksgiving. Wouldn’t they look great on the kids’ table?
For Halloween, try these Mummy Napkin Rings from Box Play for Kids. They’re made with repurposed toilet paper rolls. Aren’t they adorable?
Here’s a simple idea for any birthday party – a Fancy Napkin Utensil Holder from Birthday in a Box. Add your guests’ names or curly ribbon to make them pop.
I found these Shower Napkins when searching for baby shower ideas, but they’d look great at a dance-theme party. There were no instructions, but it wouldn’t be too difficult to add pink tulle and a ribbon to make the napkin rings look like dance tutus.
Over at Kara’s Party Ideas, candy bracelets were used as napkin rings. Guests could take off the napkin ring and have a candy treat!
These napkin rings from IPinnedIt also use candy. If you wanted to, you could make your own candy necklace using Cheerios or some other “hole” food.
Here’s an idea that was posted on Indulgy – silverware packets with candy dot napkin rings. There are no instructions given, but it would be easy to do. I love all the colors that candy dots come in.
For Valentine’s Day, why not make Conversation Heart Napkin Rings like these ones from Desert Domicile? They could be used year after year!
So could these M&M Candy Napkin Rings from Kandy Kreations. They’d be perfect for a chocolate party. I don’t know about you, but I’d be tempted to pick the M&Ms off and eat them. Maybe instead of glueing them on, you could attach them with edible adhesive.
There are so many kids’ party napkin folding ideas on the internet. The best thing about them is that they’re all relatively inexpensive to make. You get a big bang for your buck. Some of these ideas use paper napkins and some use linen. If you’re interested in cloth napkins, check out the incredible selection of styles and fabrics at Bright Settings.