If you are planning a Farm Party for your child, you might want to include these Farm-themed games to add more fun to the party.
Farm Animal Hunt
I have prepared five circular cardboards with one farm animal photo each. Then, before the guests arrived, I secretly stuck them under 5 different chairs with a double adhesive tape.
I have used this game as an ice breaker for the party. After singing the Birthday song and blowing of the candle on the cake, the kids went back to their Read more>
My husband and I thought of this theme. We both agreed that there are lots of creative opportunities for this theme. We thought that it’d be great to celebrate Sam's 1st birthday (our youngest son) with a Farm Theme.
I want an invitation that would reflect the nature of the party – fun, colourful and all about farm but would not take away the elements of a little boy’s 1st birthday party. I’ve come up with this design.
It was held in our Read more>
I am a mom of three who is passionate on hands-on preparations of different occasions - birthday, baptismal and wedding, to name a few.
I love getting my hands dirty when it comes to preparing events. With my ever-reliable event checklist on hand, I do all the research, designing, layout and implementation... in order to create the perfect party I envision. I've been planning and organizing birthday parties since my eldest child's first birthday party in 2003, and have learned so much in the Read more>
The first person we thought of making the cake for our special day is, of course, our good friend, Tina. She is currently a part-owner of Yums In Tums – a made-to-order cake and food business that is based in Wellington, New Zealand.
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The result is better than what we've expected - a trully awesome Pastel Flowers fondant wedding cake that fits very well to our theme!
This is a three-tier fondant cake. But instead of putting one on top of another, it Read more>
Birthday Party Theme: CLASSIC LEGO PARTY
DIY Item: LEGO PARTY LOOTBAG
Here's the FREE Printable sheet for the DIY Lego Party Lootbag I've given away during my son's 4th birthday party.
I printed out the LEGO minifigure heads in a yellow cardboard paper, while I used an ordinary white copy paper for the "Thank You" labels. I then cut them out and stuck them on the recycled paper bags. It worked out well!
If you want a FREE PRINTABLE copy, please click the poster below or CLICK HERE.
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