We are kicking off our Easter series with a fun game of Springtime ‘Chickers!’ This is a great game that is perfect for a kids table or to bring along while out to brunch. We found these tiny yellow chicks at a local craft store and used mini jelly beans for the second player. Print […]
Here are the rest of the pictures from our Sesame Street Party! The entire Sesame Street inspired party guide is available here. Happy Planning,
Since there were both kids and adults coming this party, I wanted to have favors that both would like. I found these adorable jars filled with playdough from Miss Nibbit for the kids, and filled cellophane bags with organic kettle corn. Find more favor ideas and DIY suggestions in our Sesame Street party guide, available here! Happy Planning,
The kids had lots of fun at the puzzle stations. Vintage sesame street puzzles were found on amazon, and I found blank white puzzles at a local craft store. There were also plenty of crayons and paper for coloring. Elmo coloring pages can be found at sesame street. Find more game ideas in our complete […]
One tricky thing when planning a children’s birthday party is serving food that is kid friendly and also appealing to the adults that are attending. I served Elmo’s Pizza, Dorothy’s Goldfish, Snuffle’s Truffles, Abby Cadabby’s Fruit Wands, Mr. Hooper’s Chocolate Milk, Cookie Monsters Monster Cookies, Cupcakes, and Cake Pops. The sesame street food labels are […]
Elmo’s goldfish, Dorothy, came to visit for the party. The kids had a lot of fun talking to her and Elmo. While the theme for this party was Elmo, I stuck with using red, yellow, green, and blue for decorating. It not only looks classier, but the decorations and supplies could always be used again […]
happy valentine’s day!
I stumbled upon Shelly’s blog called the House of Smith’s this weekend and was super excited for her amazing tissue paper flower tutorial. Hop on over and see how she did it!