Kara's Party Ideas Dungeons and Dragons Birthday Party

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This awesome DUNGEONS AND DRAGONS BIRTHDAY PARTY was submitted by Monina Dolan of Fiddlesticks & Nonsense

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If you have a child that loves the game Dungeons and Dragons then you will definitely want to check this party out! The simple black and white color scheme is oh, so masculine and the stationery from the party is so creative! This birthday is just full of fun and has so many great ideas that are sure to entertain young, brave boys for hours!

Be sure to check out these party ideas and elements from this fabulous Dungeons and Dragons birthday bash:

  • Muslin dice favor bags
  • Awesome black and white dice paper element that topped doughnuts
  • The coordinating dice paper element hanging from the ceiling 
  • Dungeon peanut butter balls and corn packages and sacks
  • The intuitive dice chart
  • and MORE!

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Dungeons & Dragons Party Details:This is what Monina said about designing the party-

“This was a simple party for my son who loves role playing games and his 7 friends. Each boy received a premade character sheet created by the birthday boy, a dice bag, and a small notebook.

I created all the graphics in Illustrator and added my crafty bits to the party with the help of my printer, Silhouette Cameo, and whatever materials I had on hand. I leveraged the most recognizable and essential part of the game, the dice. The most iconic die is the D20, a 20 sided dice.

Some of the boys were new to D&D, others quite familiar and play regularly, but all seemed to be thoroughly enjoying themselves. I’d peek in frequently to see them crowding around the table drawing their fantasy world. I could hear them speaking in character. And I observed them figuring out how to work together to conquer some monster or complete a task. It was fun to see their enthusiasm, and I was happy my son was able to share his love of D&D with his buddies.

Despite all my reservations about a D&D party, it was a success! All the credit goes to my son who spent a lot of time creating characters for his friends, and the Dungeon Master who conceived a fantastic “campaign” that kept the boys riveted for 3 hours!”

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7 Comments
  1. Zane Manard says:

    Write more, thats all I have to say. Literally, it seems as though you relied on the video to make your point. You obviously know what youre talking about, why waste your intelligence on just posting videos to your site when you could be giving us something enlightening to read?

  2. Mary says:

    I am planning a 50th bday for my husband. He’s favorite game that he played was dungeon and dragons. Do you have any ideas on how I can set up the table ?

    • Mandy Bradshaw says:

      Hi Mary! What a fun party you are planning, your husband will be so happy! You could contact the stylist (her name and link are in the first paragraph of the post) to see if she can share any of the printables with you. There is also a link in the party to the linen bags she used. Good luck! XOXO!

  3. laura says:

    where did you find the cones for the peanut balls?

    • Mandy Bradshaw says:

      Hi Laura! As this isn’t a Kara’s Party Ideas styled party, your best bet is to reach out to the party stylist directly. Her name with a link is in the first paragraph of this party post. XOXO!

  4. Dragonempress says:

    Where did the dungeon walls come from?

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