Archive for the ‘big list of party ideas’ Category

Dinosaur party!

May 5, 2012

Introducing Young Indi, he is the character for a special excavation party. The children pretend they are paleontologists and apply a few techniques to excavate bones from chalk, watch the eruption of a volcano and learn the different names for dinosaurs.

If you follow the foot prints and uncover some of the clues in the fossils..you will learn as you win prizes!

I love how the children imagination can create any paper-made cave into a wow experience. When they discover a new fossil…

I love the colorful dinosaurs on the cup cakes.

If the weather is good enough then a dino dig outdoors in the sandbox is a great idea. Depending on the number and age of the party guests and the size of your sandbox you may want to stage this activity so a few children at a time get to dig.

If the weather isn’t good enough to be outside we can ┬ástage an indoor dino dig. If you’ve got the space and are happy to clear up then you could risk in indoor dino dig with sand or a chalk cast.

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Mulan, Chinese Tea Party

March 29, 2012

When asked about decoration, I say let’s transport the children to a different era, let them submerge in new experiences. This is the best scenario for a Mulan Party. Birthday parties can also be learning experiences. In this case, about the chinese culture.

Check out this beautiful Mulan setting…Isn’t it inviting??

The Mulan images are by original artists:  play patterns.net.

I love how a garden setting can be transformed for this party. Specially if you are having live entertainment outdoors.

Now, you can also acquire a gorgeus look just by hanging low chinese lanterns everywhere. Like these:

Did I say the wow factor can be the entertainment? It can also be a cultural-learning and joyful experience. Children are already bored of traditional entertainment… they want more. This is definitely different. I bet your guests will talk about this party for a very long time….

The girl in the picture, teaches new Tae Kwon Do moves to the girls. She was the inspiration for the Disney character Mulan. “For real?” shouts out one of the girls, “I want to be like her”.

And the grand finale, out comes a chinese dragon doing the Lion dance, celebration of Chinese New Year.

To hire us as your event planner for your next event, contact us at 407-2175440

Joyfully yours,

Roxana