Solar Eclipse Party Ideas

solar eclipse party ideas


Looking for the best solar eclipse party ideas? You’ve come to the right place for solar eclipse party ideas, food and drink ideas for your menu and more!

A total solar eclipse occurs when the disk of the moon appears to completely cover the disk of the sun in the sky. In Nashville, we are right in the path of the eclipse. All our hotels have been sold out for months. The city is READY. We’re not the only ones gearing up for a big Solar Eclipse Day on Monday, however, so I wanted to share a few party ideas should you want to celebrate this once-in-a-lifetime cosmic event!

Solar Eclipse Map & Party Ideas

Let’s get started with the solar eclipse party ideas! Food is definitely an easy way to incorporate the solar eclipse into your viewing party. I’ve listed out a few foods that are fitting for the occasion! Some are perfect for kids and some are more fitting for adults.


  • Sun Chips
  • Moon Pies
  • Milky Ways
  • Eclipse Gum (cute favor!)
  • Starburst
  • Sunny Delight
  • Sun Drop
  • Blue Moon Beer
  • CapriSun
  • Sun-Maid Raisins
  • SunKist

If you’re up for a challenge and feeling very creative, check out these ah-mazing solar eclipse party food ideas and click through to get the how-to/recipe for each.

Solar Eclipse Party Ideas

I adore everything about this Solar Eclipse Soiree hosted by The Scribble Studio and Swoozie’s! See it all here!

Solar Eclipse Party Foods

These star and moon rice crispy treats are too cute! Check out the full recipe from Little Life of Mine!

Solar Eclipse Party Ideas

I adore this bento box full of solar eclipse foods for your little ones. Check it out here.

Solar Eclipse Party Food Ideas

This cocktail from Simply Darrling sounds delish! Grab her recipe here and serve it up at your party!

Solar Eclipse Party Food Ideas

Speaking of cocktails, this Full Moon Martini from my friend Jojo is “out of this world”! HOW CUTE? I love this idea. Get her recipe!

solar eclipse party drinks

Color changing lemonade slushies would absolutely be a hit at your solar eclipse party! Or any party, because hello, look at them! Get the recipe here at The Flavor Bender.

Solar Eclipse Party Ideas

These solar eclipse cookies from Alison Ashton are the perfect sweet treat to serve up!

Solar Eclipse Party Foods

I love the idea of serving a few “galaxy goods” like this ice cream from Some of This and That! Get her recipe here! If you search galaxy recipes on Pinterest, you’ll find dozens of unique and colorful ones to try!

Solar Eclipse Party Food Ideas

You could also use various moon, star, and circle (sun) shaped cookie cutters to cut out simple sandwiches or other mini bites! There are lots of moon cutters on Amazon!


Naturally, you need a great solar eclipse music playlist for your party! Here are my recommendations.

  • Total Eclipse of the Heart by Bonnie Tyler
  • Eclipse by Pink Floyd
  • Ain’t No Sunshine by Bill Withers
  • Dark Side of the Moon by Chris Staples
  • Blinded by the Light by Bruce Springsteen
  • Talking to the Moon by Bruno Mars
  • Steal My Sunshine by Len
  • Here Comes the Sun by The Beatles
  • Fly Me To the Moon by Frank Sinatra

Share your pics with me if you throw a solar eclipse party! I’m @Pizzazzerie on all social media channels.

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  1. Sandra Sears-Bittner says:

    Such cool ideas. I love your blog and ista stories. My tablet isn’t working right so I am missing your stories like crazy. Blakely and George make my day. Can’t wait to get your book as well. Have fun on Monday.

  2. This round up is awesome. I wish I wasn’t so behind on blog reading, I definitely would have tried to pull something together for last week. Still inspiring (and creative!) though, thanks so much!

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