If you are planning a birthday party for your kids, here are four bounce house birthday party ideas to create a fun and memorably bounce house theme party.

Send Bounce House Birthday Party Invitations
A perfect way to instantly communicate the bounce house birthday party theme is to send bounce house invitations. These do not have to be extravagant. There are endless invitation ideas on Pinterest to inspire you, or you can just buy invitations.

If you do want to create your own, search for free bounce house images or clipart online. Just make sure they are not subject to copyright. If you already know which bounce house you are renting, incorporate the colors of that particular bounce house in the invitations.

Serve Bounce House Cake or Cupcakes
Many cake makers will be able to create a bounce house birthday cake or cupcakes. A cake may feature an image or drawing of the bounce house, while cupcakes could use paper images and picks. Popular words to add to the cake are Jump, Play, Slide, Bounce.

Creative bakers may also be able to create a 3-D bounce house cake. Just like the invitations, if you already know which bounce house you are renting, take a picture of it to the baker.

Add Balloons in the Bounce House
Sticking with the bouncing theme, balloons can be a fun addition to a bounce house birthday party. Kids will love playing with and bouncing the balloons around. You can also create some games with the balloons. Have the kids organize the balloons by color in a certain amount of time. Create a contest where the kids have to throw the balloons out of the bounce house in a certain amount of time.

In addition to the bounce house you rent, you may also have a separate area with balloons, such as a tent or small pool filled with balloons.

Give Away Gumballs in Jars
Using bouncy balls in your kids’ bounce house party is always a fun idea. You can create party favors that include bouncy balls with jars or cans of gumballs. Add some ribbon to the tops of the jars to add an extra slash of color.