There are so many ideas and themes for birthday parties available online these days, aren’t they? A vampire theme birthday party is a party that you can manage at home and the kids would have a blast. You would think that kids would get scared of vampires, right? I was surprised that kids were not at all scared and I even heard that several kids said that it was the best party ever. My daughter even said ‘she was inspired’ by her friend to be a vampire for Halloween. Speaking of Halloween, this would be a good Halloween party theme as well. I could tell that the kids had lots of fun pretending to be a vampire and it was hilarious to see the expressions on kids’ faces with the fake fangs in their mouth.
I think that my friend, Kara, who planned a vampire theme birthday party for her daughter could be a party planner and be successful. If you are curious, I have featured other birthday parties she has planned for her children in the past: Princess Birthday Party, Bubble Birthday Party, and Ladybug Birthday Party.
Below is the list of games Kara used for the vampire theme birthday party for her daughter.
1. Death Stare
This is a fun party game where everyone huddles around in a circle arms over the others shoulders. Everyone puts their heads down and on the count of three looks up at another player.
If two people find that they are looking at each other than they both scream and fall down dead. They are out and the next round begins. Keep playing until only two players are left. This teen party game is best with a medium to larger group of friends.
2. Vampire vs. Vampire Slayer
This is another vampire adoption party game to play. On index cards write the word “VAMPIRE” on one, and the word “SLAYER” on the other. Fill in the rest with the word “VICTIM”. You should make enough cards for each player to receive one card. Everyone must sit in a circle or around a table and draw a card without showing anyone else what’s written on their card.
To play the game: The person that draws the “VAMPIRE” card can “kill off” other players by making eye contact with them and blinking their eyes at them twice. If a victim gets blinked at they must silently count to five and then pretend to die. If the vampire tries to blink at the slayer then the vampire is caught and his or her turn is over. The slayer can also end the vampires turn by catching him or her in the act in the act and calling out his or her name.
Once the vampire is caught that round is over and you can start again by passing out new cards to everyone. The winner is between the vampire and the slayer. The vampire gets a point for everyone he/she kills before they are caught and the slayer gets a point for everyone who is left after the killer is caught.
3. Daylight, Darkness
Vampire version of kid’s game like red light / green light
4. Pin the fangs on the vampire
5. Vampire Signs