PartySavvy: Hockey Party

A Hockey Party
PartySavvy: Hockey Party


Grab your helmet, gloves and jersey, it’s time to get focused on the game ahead and surprise your birthday child with the Stanley Cup of all birthdays—a Hockey Party.


Hot Chocolate Cupcakes With Marshmallow Frosting
Making the first string of birthday party players is this Ice Rink Birthday Cake, and while it’s nice to be in the spotlight, sometimes a break on the bench with some Hot Chocolate Cupcakes With Marshmallow Frosting is just what players need to warm up. For a sweet treat, call a time out and pass around these Two-Bite Brownie ‘Pucks’ on a Stick—we guarantee they’ll be gone nice and quick.



Lord Stanley’s Snacking Sticks
Toss into the lineup these Lord Stanley’s Snacking Sticks and some Hockey Puck Sandwiches—both will make the playoffs. Victory will be in sight with these ‘Breakaway’ Buffalo Chicken Bites and you’ll have a hard time keeping the kids off the ice after they drink this Skate-orade.


Hockey Party DecorReferee-inspired black and white stripes are a must for decor—and red and blue accents will help you score with your guests and keep the party out of the penalty box. 

When the little party people arrive, start everything off right by capturing junior players on their very own Hockey Cards, then have them shoot and score in a game of Penny Hockey. They’ll quickly learn all the key hockey terms in a game of Hockey Bingo, then see who can get Closest to the Wall.

At the end of the party, just before the crowd does the wave, pass out the loot and in no time they’ll all be rooting for your team. 

Now that we’ve skated you through our Hockey Party, take a shot at it!

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First published 2013.01.26

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