Birthday Breakfast Kidnapping Party Theme for Teenagers

Ages: Teens

This is a wonderful surprise party for any teenager.

Invitation Ideas:

Create invites that look like an alarm clock. Be sure to let the other guests know that it is going to be a surprise. Put the information for the party on the back. Encourage the girls to bring an item that could be used to decorate a locker.


Before going to surprise the birthday girl, have everyone meet up to decorate her locker so she’ll get more than one surprise.

Meet at the birthday girl’s house, blindfold her and kidnap her in her pajamas for some breakfast. Go someplace where everyone can have breakfast and sit together and talk. Then head back to the birthday girl’s house.

If you know someone that is really good with hair and makeup invite them to come and help. Set up different stations, one where the girls can do their hair, another where they can do their makeup and a third where they can paint their fingernails. Create a fun decorated space where the birthday girl can get a picture with each of her guests after everyone is all done primping.

Open presents and have breakfast cake (recipe below).

Rise and Shine Breakfast Cake

2 packages Crescent rolls 2 packages (8 oz size) cream cheese, softened 1 egg, separated 1 1/2 cup sugar, divided 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1/2 cup chopped pecans

Heat oven to 350.

Spray a round pizza pan with nonstick spray. Spread one package of crescent rolls in the bottom of the pan.

Beat the cream cheese, egg yolk (reserve egg white for later), 1 cup of the sugar and the vanilla in medium bowl. Spread over the dough, leaving a 1″ border of dough on all sides. Arrange the second package of dough on to of the cream cheese mixture so that it looks like a sun. Brush the dough with egg white. Mix together the remaining sugar and cinnamon and sprinkle it on top along with the chopped pecans.

Bake 20-30 minutes, until lightly browned.