Sacramento Birthday Party Ideas

Great local celebrations for boys and girls

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Birthday parties in Sacramento are always loads of fun thanks to the diverse array of attractions, historical sites and kid-centric shops available in our Capital City. If you’re looking for the perfect venue for your child’s Sacramento birthday party, you’ve definitely hit gold.

Sacramento Birthday Parties for Girls

Girls who love to dress up will fare well with the selection of Sacramento destinations available to them. For a classically fun birthday, head to A Dash of Panache in Roseville. It truly is the anti-bounce house celebration with a delicate little tea room and plenty of dress up options. Attend this tea party decked out in feather boas, sunglasses and tiaras supplied by the shop – or bring your own duds for a perfectly themed celebration. A Dash of Panache offers a variety of girly themes including:

- Royal Princess Party

- Tea Birthday Party

- Teddy Bear Picnic

- Spa Salon Party

- American Girl Mystery Party

Another adorable option for your Sacramento birthday princess is Enchanted Memories. This party service comes to your house or other selected destinations and entertains your guests with a variety of activities. While they use names like “Blue Princess” and “Pink Princess” to avoid copyright infringement, the princesses that arrive are very obviously Cinderella, Belle, Sleeping Beauty and more. They even keep a professional pirate on hand for the boys.

Depending upon your budget, an Enchanted Memories party may include:

- Princess themed story time

- Make-up application

- Craft activity

- A “royal coronation” ceremony for the birthday girl

- Bounce house rentals for adventurous princesses

Sacramento Birthday Parties for Boys

When it comes to birthday parties, Sacramento isn’t just for the girls. There are a lot of boy options available that are great for celebrating with friends and family. Monster Mini Golf in Rancho Cordova offers a party package that includes a private room, full-size fridge and freezer, paper plates, bowls, cups, ice, decorated tables and more. They do not provide food, but this is great for families looking to save money bringing in their own food. An approved caterer list is also available on their website.

Party “add ons” include:

- Disney artist John Denton with glow in the dark face painting

- Golf and Glow package that includes a fedora hat, star ball necklace, flashing bracelet & spike ring and slotted glasses.

For birthday boys with an adventurous side, check out Capital Edge Paintball Park on Florin Road in Sacramento. Birthday party packages include the option to rent equipment or bring your own. Also included, depending upon your chosen package:

- 2000-3000 paintballs

- 6-8 hot dog meals

- Special gift for the guest of honor

Boys still of the younger set will enjoy a party at Climbaroo in Natomas. This indoor play center includes plenty of birthday package options including:

- One hour exclusive use of the play area

- Private party room

- Personal party host

- Cupcakes

- Ice cream cups

- Fruit juice boxes

- Pizzas

- Goodie bags

- Appearance with Joey, the kangaroo mascot of Climbaroo

Sacramento Birthday Parties – Other Ideas

Both boys and girls in Sacramento are able to have birthday parties with Capitol Park’s majestic architecture or Old Sacramento’s historic Wild West feel as their backdrop. Some other great and affordable options include:

Bounce Town

Capitol Bowl

Country Club Lanes

Crocker Art Museum

Discovery Museum

Esquire IMAX Theater

Extreme Gymnastics

Flip 2 It Sports Center


Gibson Ranch

Kids Studio of Fine Arts

Laguna’s Awesome Party Palace

Lasertag of Carmichael

Penryn Oak Stables


Sacramento Children’s Museum

Safetyville USA

Sky High Sports

Sky Zone 403

Wacky Tacky

A birthday party at home in the backyard is still also a good option if you are on a budget. Thanks to the temperate weather year round, you can likely have an outdoor party on a Saturday afternoon in November or February as you are during the spring and summer months.

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