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Ashley posted this 13 November 2018

Hi everyone,


I am trying to think of ideas for my daughter's first birthday. What did you end up doing for your LO's first party. It is in February so I was thinking maybe even doing something Valentine's themed since it is close to the 14th. Or I was also thinking about Veggie Tales or Mickey Mouse Clubhouse since she is into both of those shows. Also.. for food. Did you feed the adults that attended the party. I was thinking about just picking up a sub platter to make it easy.  

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Bella posted this 05 May 2020

Keep it simple but special! Life is chaotic enough as it is. Definitely feed the adults in attendance though.

Megan posted this 05 May 2020

Finger food and cake and ice cream. A sub platter is a good idea. We kept things small as much of the family lives far away and I felt bad inviting people like my coworkers. Winne the Pooh was the theme


Phoebe posted this 01 April 2020

Unicorns!

Cecily posted this 01 April 2020

We're doing a mermaid theme because its in the summer

Nicole posted this 01 April 2020

Since she was so young and really didn't have a clue about what was happening, we just gathered family at a large table at a restaurant. Of course we had a cake and she opened presents (er, we opened them for her while she ripped up the paper) but it was still fun and easy. We didn't have any other people with young kids though, so might not be the best option for you. Have fun!

Katie posted this 24 March 2020

My daughter is turning one in June and we plan on having an Under The Sea party with tons of underwater animals and a hint of mermaid stuff. I found a lot of cute themed food on Pinterest. 

whit posted this 24 March 2020

Everyone has really cute ideas here! I think that everyone needs to have some sort of food, adults included, but it doesn't need to be over the top - snacks or a sub platter would be good!

Sandra posted this 26 February 2020

Unfortunately I do feel like you have to feed the adults that attend.....a sub platter is completely acceptable though I think! Just have something there. Also, bonus points if you have wine for the adults.......

Christine posted this 25 February 2020

My sons birthday party theme is dinosaurs! I can not wait to see it. 

Isabell posted this 24 February 2020

That is going to be such a fun theme! Great job mama he will love it

My sons first birthday party theme is basketballs! Not that it helps too much but I found a lot of great ideas on Pinterest. 

Rachel posted this 24 February 2020

My sons first birthday party theme is basketballs! Not that it helps too much but I found a lot of great ideas on Pinterest. 

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Tiana posted this 24 February 2020

Oooo or what about Frozen or a Unicorn theme? I got all my sons birthday stuff for the best price on OrientalTrading.com

Moneek posted this 24 February 2020

Love this idea!!

Babe was born in May so I'm thinking the Kentucky Derby?! Why not allow the adults to dress up and have fun!

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Moneek posted this 24 February 2020

We made the mistake of having our 1st birthday party at a museum, because our son loves dinosaurs...well with the Flu bug going around, no one attended other than close family and friends. A total waste of $$. Chuck E Cheese is always a good one and themed house parties are always fun!!

Mary posted this 20 February 2020

I have seen really cute Cat and the Hat one year old themed partieis.  I would check out Pinterest. 

Hilda posted this 18 February 2020

That sounds like fun. Ours was mostly based on the location: we did it at a park. So, the theme was more outdoors, less cartoony. We took the best pictures, too. She played with her cake and got it all over the grass, her dress was a mess, and she was so happy.

Kathy posted this 18 February 2020

I absolutely love this idea! a PJ party sounds like such a great memory for everyone there and easy to do and look good. I am definitely going to try this for one of my kid's parties!

I've hosted 4 parties for my 4 year old (one each year) and two for my two year old totaling 6 kid birthday parties. The best, most successful, and EASY party by far was my son's 2nd birthday brunch. The food was delicious and so easy to prepare-who doesn't love donuts and bacon?! We spun it to a PJ theme so everyone wore PJs. Mimosas and coffee were available for the adults. One of the best parts was that it was early in the day, giving both my family and our guests the rest of the day (the party didn't interrupt an entire day on the weekend). It was so fun and a HUGE success. Check this out for more party planning info...https://thewineymama.com/2020/01/31/party-planning/


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Nina posted this 18 February 2020

I did Alice in Wonderland theme with tea party. It was garden based-greenery and pastel flowers. It turned out super cute! I got tons of ideas on pinterest.

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Isla posted this 13 February 2020

I did a Toy Story 4/Carnival theme complete with a candy bar and all. We ordered pizzas, popped popcorn, got funnel cake fries and had our candy bar... it was a great time and really easy!

Kate posted this 11 February 2020

I've hosted 4 parties for my 4 year old (one each year) and two for my two year old totaling 6 kid birthday parties. The best, most successful, and EASY party by far was my son's 2nd birthday brunch. The food was delicious and so easy to prepare-who doesn't love donuts and bacon?! We spun it to a PJ theme so everyone wore PJs. Mimosas and coffee were available for the adults. One of the best parts was that it was early in the day, giving both my family and our guests the rest of the day (the party didn't interrupt an entire day on the weekend). It was so fun and a HUGE success. Check this out for more party planning info...https://thewineymama.com/2020/01/31/party-planning/


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