The Chronicles of Narnia is a much loved book and film series that I enjoyed as a tween and an adult. The Chronicles of Narnia make for a fun party theme, perfect for older or teenage children who wish to celebrate their Birthday with a hint of frost and fight. These dinner and dessert ideas are a simple take to decorate your home if you choose to make this theme the basis of your party celebration.

Narnia Party Ideas

The door entrance can be decorated with bunting and a flag shield with prominent markings from the film series.

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Set the dining table with gold plates and cutlery set for a King and Queen.

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Display fake jewels on the table runner, around named goblets for the guests.

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Crochet doilies can be wrapped around jars containing tea lights for a whimsical and frosted look.

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If you have silver Christmas decorations, get them out on display. Consider displaying a frosted, winter look as based on The Lion, Witch and the Wardrobe.

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A sleigh is a great way to display dessert foods for the guests. Custard pots, fondant iced biscuits and eclairs make for a sweet and delectable dessert buffet.

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A Chronicles of Narnia party must serve Turkish Delight!

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Hot Chocolates frosted with cream and chocolate wafers are an indulgent treat for guests.

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Think outside the square when giving out party favours, why not give a colouring in book based on Knights in Armour or Lions?

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A simple cake with a light pole, pine trees and snow, enclosed in a wardrobe like book, makes for a great cake that takes into account the many unique themes of the story.

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Who was your favourite character from the Chronicles of Narnia? Which book was your favourite?

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