If you live with little boys, then the chances are you will have a few trucks, diggers and other construction vehicles lying around your house!  If you think trying to plan a digger and construction party for your child will be difficult – there is no need to panic as we are here to help! We’ve got you covered with everything from decoration, party favours, food, games and perhaps most importantly – the cake!  We’ve rounded up a collection of the best ideas from around the web to help you create an amazing digger and construction themed party for your little one’s next birthday.

These party favours will be a hit with all of your guests.  The kids will love taking home their very own digger.

When it comes to decorations for a digger and construction party, you can’t go wrong with plenty of yellow and orange accessories.  I just love this party table, doesn’t it look great?

You can keep the yellow and orange colour theme going with these yummy (and healthy!) construction fruit cups.

If you have the room, this backyard and digging and construction area is sure to keep the kids entertained for hours.

Alternatively, the kids will LOVE digging and playing around in these sand buckets.  You can purchase sand from your local hardware or landscaping store and then simply put it into large plastic tubs – too easy!  Best of all, your kids will be able to enjoy this activity long after their party has ended.

All of that digging and constructing will no doubt make your party guests hungry!

Isn’t this a cute idea? The kids will have double the fun when they first help you create this and then have loads of fun playing with it!


Using your child’s toy trucks and diggers is a great way to incorporate the digger and construction party theme into your food table.

Isn’t this a clever way to serve condiments?

There is no need to feel daunted when it comes to putting together a cake for your child’s Digger and Construction Party.


Does your child love diggers, dozers and all things construction?

Have you planned a digger and construction party before? We’d love to hear your tips!