Archive for the ‘fun parties for children’ Category

You Hoot!

May 13, 2013

A Hoot, owl birthday theme is ideal for a very first birthday or for a baby shower. Something about it makes it soooo cute. Let’s star with the invitations:

 

Use the Owl’s voice to annouce: “Guess whoo’s turning one?” ¬† You may even add his/her picture. Here the birthday boy is posing with the cutest crochet hat bought at amazon.com. Card from mommy a-z blog and so are this really cute goody bags….

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Birthday invitation from mommy a-z blog and so are this really cute goody bags….

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Although this other idea is very cute too:

owl party bags

 

 

Now for decorations, think lots of wood, manzanita trees, branches, big woly eyes and “hoot, hoot, hoot……” The banner is from Baby life styles. Where this creative mom chose very neutral earthy tones and added baby blue.

owl baby styles

owl banner

When creating the party for a first year old keep in mind that you will probably have siblings coming over and to keep the gift simple and generic, like this cute pillows or cushions. As you may see, this birthday party is a little more funky and hip. Once again, color sets the tone…

owl cushions

 

Lets talk about food. Following are the cutest, cupcake, cheese dip, cake, cookies and guess whoooooo features them all? Yes, they are all owls!

owl cheese dip owl cookies owl cupcakes

 

We can also create your customized t-shirt for the baby’s first birthday:

owl birthday t-shirt

 

Hope you enjoy this wonderful Owl birthday and that you will be contacting us soon at: 407-2175440

 

 

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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