4. Astrology birthday party
As we mentioned in the intro to this post, if you were born in February, you probably know that you’re either an Aquarius or a Pisces. If you’re a fan of astrology, you can use your astrological sign as the theme for your party!
To get you started, here are some Aquarius-themed party decorations and Pisces-themed ones. From banners to balloons to cake toppers, all are available to purchase on Etsy.
Want a ready-made space that can host your party with minimal decoration on your part? Then you need to see Jupiter House, a 1,300-square-foot event space in Brooklyn, NYC. It is a one-of-a-kind space with rich blue hues, vibrant plant life, and an astrological clock to keep your birthday party on theme.
5. Host a scavenger hunt
By February, perhaps it’s been a while since you’ve been able to get out and do something a little more active and physically engaging. If that’s the case, a scavenger hunt is a super fun way to get you and your friends off the couch and onto the street in a competitive manner.
To save you the effort of planning it yourself, there are lots of companies that will plan a scavenger hunt for you if you’re located in a city. City Hunt plans “birthday scavenger hunts in just about every city in the U.S.,” so they’re a great place to start.
6. Dance party
Another way to get yourself energized and let out some of that pent-up energy is by hosting a dance party. All you really need is a speaker, a playlist of your favorite songs, and a space that’s big enough for you and your friends to dance in. That last part is something we at Peerspace can help with once again!
Use our platform to find a spacious and well-equipped dance studio rental near you. We love this Irving Park dance studio and event space in Chicago, as an example. It boasts a large dance floor, party lighting, tables and chairs, and a killer sound system.
The addition of some delicious food and drinks and some of the helpful add-on services offered by the host will take this February birthday idea to the next level.
7. Take a vacation somewhere warm
Sick of the winter chill? Need to warm up and spend some time in the sun? Use your birthday as an excuse to travel somewhere a little warmer! If you’re not sure where to begin, check out the Active Times’ list of 30 insanely affordable warm-weather winter destinations.
8. Embrace the cold with winter sports
On the other hand, you might be someone who actually loves the cold and finds it invigorating and refreshing. If so, consider taking a day or overnight trip to go skiing, try ice skating, play hockey, or enjoy some other winter sports.
If you’d like to try something a little more unexpected, here are 15 winter sports to try that aren’t skiing, from snowshoeing to dog sledding.
9. Potluck birthday party
One of the best things about winter is how many opportunities it provides to warm up with some delicious, hearty meals and snacks. We’re thinking soups and casseroles to hot chocolate and baked goods fresh out of the oven.
Start this party out right by booking a well-equipped and stylish kitchen through Peerspace! Our platform connects you with spacious kitchens in lofts, penthouses, mansions, and other party-perfect spaces. That way, you get a unique, fun setting and all of the kitchen space you need.
If you and your friends are a bunch of foodies, hosting a potluck is an awesome, seasonally appropriate way to celebrate your birthday. Plus, it’ll save you the effort of preparing all the food for your party yourself or even having to hire a caterer.
Our incredible winter birthday party ideas will keep you warm all season long!