Throw a Hunger Games Party in honor of the Mockingjay Part 2 Premiere

I’m super excited. Why? Because Mockingjay Part 2, the final installment in The Hunger Games movie franchise, is being released this month.  19th of November to be exact- only a week to go!!!


The movies are based on a series of three adventure novels which takes place in the dystopian nation of Panem.

The nation consists of the wealthy Capitol and twelve poorer districts. As punishment for a past rebellion, one boy and one girl from each of the twelve districts are selected by lottery to participate in the annual “Hunger Games”. The Games are a televised event with “tributes” being forced to fight to the death.

I read the books a couple of years ago and loved every minute of it. Obviously I know the thrilling ending but can’t wait to see it all come together on the big screen. It’s not too late for you to jump on the bandwagon. The story is extremely interesting and well worth it.

The world-wide premiere was held in Berlin only a few days ago. So in honor of Mockingjay Part 2 why not host your own party?


Hunger Games Story Themes to work into your party:

  • The Capitol and Districts of Panem
  • Survival
  • Girl on Fire
  • Mockingjay Symbol
  • The Revolution and Rebellion


Here are my favourite party ideas to help get you inspired.

Capitol Inspired Dessert Table


The Hunger Games: Dinner and a Movie Printables


Girl on Fire Cupcakes


Girl on Fire Backdrop with Mockingjay Pins


The Hunger Games: Lottery


Mockingjay Party Centrepieces

Rustic Hunger Games Birthday Party


Lottery Invitation


Hope you all enjoy the movie as much as I know I will. It’s going to be epic.

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  • MakeUp Fun

    Wow! Nice ideas! I love the pics and the DIYs. I also love The Hunger Games. Can’t wait for the last chapter.

  • The lottery invitation is a great idea, and I wouldn’t say no to some Girl on Fire cupcakes any time of the year. 🙂

  • amotherworld

    These are such fabulous party ideas! I have to be honest and tell you I haven’t seen the movie yet, or read the books.