If you are looking free Peppa Pig party printables then you have hit the jackpot! I’ve got a huge set of Peppa Pig printables that has everything you need to throw a wonderful themed party!
I made these printables for my niece’s 2nd birthday party who was obsessed (which most toddlers are) with Peppa Pig. Sure, the party guests were adults, but I know that all the little finishing touches were not wasted, as she loved her birthday party!
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Peppa Pig Party Printables
Before I get into the printables, I wanted to leave a little note… I recently found out that some of the FREE printables that I had designed and shared on my blog, were being sold (by others, without permission) on sites like Etsy, and eBay. I had them swiftly removed – but I am very disappointed that someone lifted my work and made a profit from it. I clearly state that my free printables are not for resale…. under any circumstances! I do not own the copyright to the characters used in [some of my] printables, which is why I do not sell them! If you ever see any of my work being sold by someone other than me, please, please get in touch with me by email so that I can resolve the issue. Thank you.
These printables have had an update! Not only have some new printables been added to the original pink set, but I have also created a blue set after many requests for one! You can print either the pink set or the blue set – or mix and match them. I plan to add the following colors to the family of printables: Green, Yellow, Lilac, and Orange.
The free printables are shared throughout this post – scroll through the post to see all the ideas, or use the table of contents above to jump to the Peppa Pig printables that you want to download.
As with all of my printables, I have got them in two paper sizes – A4 and US Letter (8.5″ x 11″) and all the printable PDF links open in a new window/tab.
I’ll be sharing some photos from the party too, to give you some fun ideas to throw your little one an awesome Peppa Pig Party!
Peppa Pig Party Invitations
All parties start with an invitation, and these are one of the new printables in this set! Simply print and cut, then fill in the details and hand out to friends and family!
Peppa Pig Party Decorations
The main party decoration I used was lots and lots of party flags/pennants/bunting. I made them up into banners to spell out ‘Happy 2nd Birthday Sephy’, as well as some other patterned ones to hang around the room.
I made some pink organza flowers/rosettes too – which are made in exactly the same way as I make tissue paper flowers for parties. And of course, you can’t have a party without balloons – not that you can see them in the photos mind you!
Peppa Pig Party Flags/Pennants/Bunting
- Peppa Pig Number Flags (0-9, as well as 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc)
- Pink A4 | Pink US Letter | Blue A4 | Blue US Letter
Instructions: Print off as many flags as you need and cut out. Punch holes in the top corners, and thread ribbon or string through. Hang up to decorate the party room.
Peppa Pig Paper Chains
I designed these paper chains after I threw this party, so I don’t have photos of them assembled. Hopefully, you know how to make paper chains, but if you don’t, this is how you do it…
Print as many pages of the paper chains as you need onto good quality paper – you don’t want the chains to be too thin – then carefully cut out.
Take one of the strips and add a dab of glue on one end, and fold around to form a circle. This is the first loop in your chain.
Now slide another strip of paper into that loop, add a dab of glue on the end, and fold around to form a circle that is attached to the first loop.
Continue going until you get the length of paper chains that you need.
The links to the paper chains take you to the blog posts that I wrote for them. They do not open in a new window, so to return to this page, just click the back arrow on your browser.
Handy Party Craft Supplies
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Peppa Pig Party Games & Activities
Pin the Tail on Peppa Pig!
Who doesn’t love a party game? I turned the classic pin the tail on the donkey game into Pin the tail on Peppa!
We all know that Pig family love muddy puddles, so you can use this printable to lay around the party room as decor, or turn them into a game where the kids have to jump from puddle to puddle.
Peppa Pig Coloring Pages
For a little quiet time, print off these Peppa Pig colouring pages – 21 different designs – and give to the children to color with some crayons.
Handy Peppa Pig Party Supplies
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Peppa Pig Party Food Ideas
Pretty much all the party food was bought from the supermarket – fortunately, my local supermarket had a few Peppa Pig themed food items which I was able to use, as well as getting creative with regular party food items!
I made some food labels, as I often do for parties, describing the foods. I know it was rather wicked of me to make ham sandwiches and call them Peppa Pig’s Sandwiches…!
I’ve got both pre-filled, and blank food labels for you to download.
I made some wrappers for drinks bottles but didn’t end up using them. You could also use them to make napkin rings/bundles which is something I often do. I also made some mini wrappers to go around mini/baby yogurt pots or pudding cups.
Here is a list of some of the food ideas I had – some I served at my niece’s Peppa Pig Party, and some I didn’t. Since I’m in the UK, I’ve listed British food items that may not be available in the US or elsewhere. I know US food pretty well, so tried to give some alternatives, and also made the US Letter size printable match those alternates!
- Grandpa Pig’s Vegetable Patch (vegetable crudités)
- Daddy Pig’s Dunkin Dips (hummus, tzatziki etc)
- Peppa Pig’s Sandwiches (with favourite fillings!)
- George’s Dino Bites (chicken pieces or chicken nuggets)
- Grandma Pig’s Fruit Cups (chopped fruit)
- Mummy Pig’s Muddy Puddle Pots (chocolate mousse/pudding)
- Muddy Puddles (giant chocolate buttons/candy wafers)
- Pig Tails (twisty spiral crisps/potato chips)
- Zoe Zebras Popcorn
- Freddy Fox’s Sausage Rolls / Pigs in Blankets
- Kylie Kangaroo’s Cupcakes
- Miss Rabbit’s Ice Cream
- Peppa Pigs Fairy Bread
- Danny Dog’s Doughnuts (mini chocolate doughnuts)
- Candy Cat’s Cookies (Peppa Pig themed if you can find them!)
- Suzy Sheep’s Cheese Wheels (Babybels)
- Mr Potato’s Jackets (mini potatoes or tater tots)
- Pedro Pony’s Pies (mini pork pies; or other hand pies)
- Teddy Bears (Pom Bear crisps; or Teddy Grahams)
- Polly Parrot’s Mini Eggs (mini Scotch eggs)
- Emily Elephant’s Sausages (cocktail sausages/wieners)
- Delphine Donkey’s Pizza Slices
- Gerald Giraffes Jelly Pots / Jello Cups
- Madame Gazelle’s Pinwheels
- Mr Potato’s Crisps (Potato Chips)
- Rebecca Rabbit’s Raisins
- Wendy Wolf’s Chicken Drumsticks
Peppa Pig Food Labels
Instructions: Print as many as required onto thin card or thick paper. Write the party food in the space provided. Fold and place next to party food.
Peppa Pig Bottle Wrappers/Napkin Rings
Instructions: Print as many as required onto paper and cut out. Wrap around bottles or use as napkin rings, and secure with clear tape at the back.
Peppa Pig Mini Wrappers
- Peppa Pig Mini Yogurt Pot/Pudding Cup Wrappers (20)
- Pink A4 | Pink US Letter | Blue A4 | Blue US Letter
Instructions: Print as many as required onto paper and cut out. Wrap around mini yogurt pot (or similar) and secure with clear tape at the back.
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Peppa Pig Cupcakes
Every birthday girl or boy needs a cake! I made a batch of cupcakes with my best vanilla cupcake recipe, and coloured them pink with food colouring; swirled on some pink frosting, drizzled some raspberry syrup on top and added a piece of Flake – so cute! I made some cupcake wrappers and cupcake toppers to make sure they were full of Peppa Pig goodness!
You could also use the Peppa Pig cupcake toppers to use in a Treasure Hunt game. Use a blob of sticky tack to stick them around the room, and the children have to find them. Whoever finds the most, wins!
Peppa Pig Cupcake Wrappers
Instructions: Print off the required number of cupcake wrappers onto thin card or thick paper. Cut out and wrap around to form the case – secure with tape or glue. Place cupcake inside!
Peppa Pig Cupcake Toppers
Instructions: Print off the required number of cupcake toppers onto thin card or thick paper. Cut with scissors or with a 2″ circle punch. Attach a cocktail stick to the back of each topper and secure it with tape. Place into cupcakes!
Peppa Pig Mini Flags
These mini flags are a new addition to the party printable set! They’re the kind that you can hang across a celebration cake. The picture below is of my brother’s wedding cake which had mini flags on the top tier – of course, not these Peppa Pig ones though!!
- Peppa Pig Mini Flags (White Background)
- Pink Border A4 | Pink Border US Letter | Blue Border A4 | Blue Border US Letter
Instructions: Print the letters that you need onto thin card or thick paper, and cut out. Fold in half, and hang over a piece of thread, ribbon, or string – glue in place if you wish. Tie the ends to two straws, wooden skewers, or lolly sticks to hang the banner across a cake.
Peppa Pig Popcorn Boxes
Another new addition to my Peppa Pig party printables set are these popcorn boxes. I’ve got a video demonstration showing you how to assemble these on my Easter Popcorn Boxes page. You don’t have to fill these with just popcorn – other dry snacks would work too – like pretzels, crisps/potato chips, and mini cookies.
Peppa Pig Favor Bag Labels
Instructions: These favor bag labels are designed to fit on a 4”/10cm wide cellophane bag. Fill each bag with favor choice – I usually pick themed candy or other treats. Print and cut as many labels as needed, fold over the top of the bag, and staple together on either side to secure. Make sure the staple goes through the labels as well as the bag.
And that is it for the free printables! I hope that you find them useful for your Peppa Pig party! I have had many people email me with pictures from their event, and it is awesome to see my printables in action.
Peppa Pig Party Favor Ideas
More Kid’s Party Themes
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More Party Printable Sets
I have made several themed party printable sets that you might find useful for future parties!
- Sing! Movie Party Printables
- Smallfoot Movie Party Printables
- The Nightmare Before Christmas Party Printables
You’ll find all of my party printables here.
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