The Social Media posts of Relief Society birthday celebrations around the world make me happy! So how do you have a fun Relief Society Anniversary Party? Read on; the formula very similar worldwide 🙂
Do you have a fun picture from your Relief Society party? Or a fun party idea? Share it in comments here or on My Best LDS on Facebook!
These are embedded social media posts, which sometimes takes a minute to load. Chrome browser has been working best for me. Some images weren’t loading on Firefox.
1. Have games, activities, skits, or dancing
Playing Hungry Hippos with skateboard, laundry baskets, and balloons!
What a fun idea! Making pioneer clothes and bonnets out of paper and tape in Australia
Sewing activity in Russia. I think they made the bonnets they’re wearing!
Watch a Church video or one of your own making, like our sisters in Ecuador.
Playing “I have never” with lots of laughter in the USA
A puzzle activity in India
More fun in India
Gathering donations for women’s refuge in the UK.
Beautiful dancing in the Philippines!
Some beautiful hula from the Allenmore (Samoan) Ward in Washington, USA
A bouncy house at a Relief Society Birthday Party? If you’re a YSA Ward in California, USA, then, YEAH!
2. Have a Fun Theme or Decorations
Lovely traditional floral art in India.
Cute theme based on the movie “Up” in the USA.
💛 Tonight was one of those nights that reminds you just how great life really is. It reminded me why women need women and how many incredible ladies I have in my life. I was uplifted and left feeling inspired to try a little harder. AND how cute is that food table…prior to the food coming. 😉💛 #kikiandcompany #itsbettertolookupparty #reliefsocietybirthday #reliefsociety #up #sharegoodness
Fitness theme with Zumba in the Philippines
Relief Society around the world in Brazil.
Creative centerpiece in Australia
The Relief Society “Womanhood Wall of Fame” theme in the UK
A fashion show! With each of our 16 Relief Society Presidents represented! Fun.
Celebrating their Tongan heritage at EULESS 3rd Ward (Tongan) in Texas, USA.
Cute paper dolls holding hands (in background) and hot air balloons.
3. It’s OK to match! We are one.
At the EULESS 3rd Ward in Texas, USA.
Matching t-shirts in the Philippines.
Matching t-shirts with the Relief Society seal in Botswana
Beautiful Sisters with the Light of Christ in their countenances in Botswana
Beautiful in blue in Tahiti
Having fun performing in Mozambique.
The Gensan Stake in the Philippines
4. Did I mention CAKE? There must be cake.
A cake decorating contest between wards at a Mozmbique Stake RS Birthday Celebration.
A cake in India with the official Relief Society seal on it.
It’s often good to have more than one cake!
A cake that makes you think…
My sweet tooth just went insane looking at this spread in Michigan, USA. Nice flowers, too.
That looks like very tasty rich chocolate cake in Malaysia.
Elegant RS Birthday cake in New Zealand.
That’s an excellent Angel Moroni! Someone in Nigeria has cake making skills!
Cupcakes work great too! Cook Islands
Some sisters push for a healthier option than cake…
Cake time in Ghana!
You know what’s funner than cake? A PIÑATA CAKE!
The lovely piñata I made with the help of my mother in law, @sheaknowles. it was fun to watch the ladies dive for the reese's eggs 🙂 the "1842" is for the year the relief society started and it is the largest (i think oldest too?) women's organization in the world! I'm so happy to belong to it! @pacificshoresreliefsociety @pameynon74 #imamormon #reliefsociety #reliefsocietybirthday #pinata #lds #birthdaycake
5. And ALWAYS take pictures!
Creative pictures in North Carolina, USA
Don’t forget to get some cute pics of the missionaries! Missionary moms LOVE to see pics of their missionaries on your social media 🙂
Memories forever in Malaysia
Make a picture collage for Instagram!
Or even make a video!