Pump up the energy at your Power Rangers party with our tips on Power Rangers invitations, Power Rangers decorations and Power Rangers favors. Whether your little Power ranger is crazy about martial arts or giant monsters, we have the tips that are sure to morph your party into a power-packed extravaganza!
In addition to basic Power Rangers party supplies like plates, cups, napkins, and decorations, you may want to consider purchasing, borrowing or renting the following items for your Power Rangers party:
Creative invitations build excitement and set the mood for the party before it even starts! The shape, wording, and delivery method of your invitation can all be customized to fit your theme. If you have the time to make your own invitations, here are a few Power Ranger invitation ideas:
Cut the shape of a Power Rangers mask and write "It's Party Time!" on the front. On the back, include your party details.
Let your guests know if you would like them to wear the color of their favorite Power Ranger to the party!
Include creative wording on your invitations such as:
When monsters, Nighlocks, and villains arise,
We'll need your help to cut them down to size!
Come join the Power Rangers and [child's name] too,
Our Power Rangers bash wouldn't be the same without you!
Power Rangers Party Decorations
The Power Rangers use the power of the (conveniently color-coded) elements to fight off evil-doers. Use bright colors that match the Power Rangers' uniforms as inspiration for your Power Rangers party supplies and decorations. You can also focus your party decorations on martial arts. Take a look at some of our suggestions for Power Rangers decorations to get started:
Cut out the shape of Power Rangers masks out of colored construction paper and hang them around the party area. You can also create Power Rangers wall decorations with sayings from the show like "Super Samurai Mode," "Rangers together, Samurai Forever" and "Go Go Samurai."
Group bunches of red, blue, pink, yellow and green latex balloons together and weigh them down with balloon weights. You might also want to throw in a Power Rangers balloon. Tape black construction paper to your latex balloons to make them resemble Power Ranger masks.
If you plan on having your party at a karate studio or martial arts dojo, simple Power Rangers decorations may be best. Use red, blue, pink, yellow, or green Power Ranger streamers and balloons. A Power Rangers pinata can double as a decoration until it is time for the activity.
Create a Power Rangers training area in your own backyard! Set up construction cones, inflatable tires, and other obstacles for your little samurais to race through. You can also give your guests inflatable swords and let them pretend to be their favorite Power Rangers.
Power Rangers Party Food Ideas
It can be fun to prepare and serve party food that fits your theme. For a Power Rangers Party, try foods that are the colors of your favorite Power Rangers!
Make Power Ranger cupcakes or cake pops that look like the masks of your favorite Power Rangers by using black frosting to create the glass of the mask.
Embrace the samurai theme and serve kid-friendly Asian food at your Power Rangers party. Create bento boxes (Japanese-style lunch boxes) full of familiar foods like hot dogs, macaroni and cheese, and veggies. You might also want to serve seaweed-wrapped rice, dumplings and noodles.
Martial artists like the Power Rangers have to eat their fruits and veggies to stay strong! Serve a vegetable tray with a variety of veggies in different colors. Use green veggies like broccoli and celery, yellow cheeses, pink and red fruits like strawberries, and blue fruit like blueberries. You can place a little toothpick flag in each color section to mark with which Power Ranger it matches.
Label traditional party foods with fun names. Try "Emily's Yellow Mac and Cheese," "Mia's Sky Wings" (chicken wings), and "Kevin's Swordfish Sticks".
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