Fortnite Birthday Party Ideas

Easy Fortnite Birthday Party Ideas Plus Free Printables

My soon-to-be 9-year-old niece told me she wanted to have a Fortnite party. First, I said, “What is Fortnite?” and second, I said, “I’m on it!” Even though I had no clue what Fortnite was, I was really excited to figure it all out. With the help of her older sisters and of course, Google, I came up with these Fortnite birthday party ideas or her pool party.

I had hoped these made sense once the party started, and luckily, I received a ton of validity with the kids and they loved it. Let’s start with a quick video I made.

Video: Fortnite Birthday Party Ideas and DIY Party Favors

Fortnite Invitations

For the invites I grabbed an image and designed the invitation. Upon my niece’s (and sister-inlaw’s) approval, I printed them on photo paper. You can buy an invitation kit that comes with envelopes to do this. Here is how they turned out:

Fortnite Party Signs

I made a few signs to place around the house.  You can download them here for FREE. Googling an image of the Fortnite map, I picked some of the places like Lucky Landing and Junk Junction. I also made a Proudly serving Tomato Town Pizza sign for the food table. The biggest hit at the party was when I placed a Flush Factory sign on the door of the bathroom. I bought the green and white frames from IKEA.

Fortnite Birthday Banner Printable and Cupcake Toppers

My favorite part of my Fortnite search was the upgrade llama. So, I made her banner by designing a three inch circle with the llama and the letters to spell out “Happy Birthday Skye”. I cut them out with a 3 inch circle punch and hot glued them to decorative string.

Get the Happy Birthday banner here.

I also did the same for the cupcake toppers and used Washi tape to tape them onto skewers. The kids loved these and ended up playing a game with them that they made up.

Free Printable Shield Potion

Apparently, Shield Potion is a rare consumable healing item in Battle Royale, which can be used to increase the player’s current shield by 50 Shield points…whatever that means. Ha! So I designed my own label and placed them on blue raspberry Kool Aid Burst bottles. The kids went crazy for these things and we may have over-served a few… ha!

You can get the free printable here: Free Printable Shield Potion

Fortnite Food Table

My sister-in-law found some labels she liked on Pinterest and I used those to make my own so they matched the other decorations I made including brownie bombs, rescue rope, and gun powder.

For the food table, I also placed some shield potion jars as decorations. We filled them with water and blue food coloring. I also used black and tan table clothes, fake green grass, and Halloween netting all inspired by a battle field.

Fortnite MedKit Party Favors

Medkit is an Uncommon consumable healing item in Battle Royale. It restores all lost health. I like the box idea and made those the box for the party favors. To make these I used:

  • Cupcake Baker’s Boxes
  • Thick Red Ribbon
  • Hot Glue and Glue Gun

Get this medkit printable here.

I simply wrapped the ribbon around the box and hot glued it (watch the video above). I also made my own thank you tag from Skye and place it on top. For the inside of the box I made:

  • Pulse Bomb High Bounce Balls
  • Upgrade Llama Slime
  • Fatal Field Fun Dip
  • Paradise Palms Pixy Stix

I created a station so that the kids could fill their own Medkit before they left the party.

All in all, it was a hit! The kids loved it and some of them asked to take home the signs I made. Giving myself a pat on the back for this one since I had NO CLUE what Fortnite was!

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This post was originally published on September 6, 2018. It has since been updated and improved.

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26 Comments

    1. Hi Kristina! The only one I have is the Koolaid bottle ones linked in the post. I didn’t make the others available due to copy write reasons. Thank you so much!!!

      1. Could you explain how to make these ourselves? I love these specific printables, but don’t know where to start. Thanks.

        1. Hi Bethany! You can download images from Google and then use a free editing software like iPiccy.com to change them and add text to them. Then, insert them into a Word document and print and cut.

      2. This is absolutely awesome.. Do you have a printable for the food name the pixie and fin dip are the main I’m looking for

  1. Hi,

    I love your ideas, quick question, where did you get those white and green picture frames for the signs? I love the green frame especially.

    Thank you!

  2. Hi Dinah,

    Wow! Thank you for sharing this wonderful DIY Fortnite Birthday party idea. You really deserve a pat on the back for a job well done. Kids will surely have not noticed that you know nothing about Fortnite. Keep on sharing amazing party ideas.

    Regards,

    Marta of Partituki

  3. Hello, can you please tell me where you found the rest of the printable or where you bought them from? I only have two weeks and I’m stressing about my kids party. Thank you so much. Love all these ideas… but can’t seem to find them.

  4. Hi!

    I was wondering if you could send me the food tents that you made? I’m trying over here, but apparently I”m not that crafty lol.

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