Birthday Party Ideas??

Ashley - posted on 01/20/2010 ( 10 moms have responded )

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My daughter's birthday is on March 10th and finding ideas for her birthday is sometimes tough. This year I'm having the birthday party at my house and I am kind of concerned about the weather since last year it snowed a few days after her party and was freezing the day of! Any ideas on a theme?? Or any ideas in general?? She will be 2 and we did Elmo last year...

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Chrissy - posted on 02/18/2010

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Last year we did the 1 yr old theme for my son, this year I wanted to do monster trucks since he LOVES monsterjam, although the local party store didn't carry any decorations for monster trucks, so we went with the firetruck theme and I found a lot of cute decorations. We have a rather large family with LOTS of kids so are having the party at the local community center so that the kids can play in the gym and what not, last year was freezing so it is somewhere that is warm and indoors!

Virginia - posted on 02/17/2010

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My daughter was a pirate at her 1st birthday, Cinderella at her 2nd and a snake at her 3rd.
My son is pretty happy to just get a cake so far, he hasn't asked for a theme yet - but he's not talking as well as my daughter did at the same age. Fairy tea parties are easy, because all of her little friends will probably already own a pair of wings, so they won't have to go to too much trouble. And cover cakes with pretty sprinkles, easy :)

Sheila - posted on 02/16/2010

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I know what u mean...my daughters theme since she was 1 is the Disney Princesses...and it all started because her bday party last year was about the Disney Princesses being that she is the only child and grand child she is treated like a princess very very very spoiled...LOL...this year I decided to do her bday at Chucky Cheese and I'm going to pick 1 of the Princesses as the theme instead of all of them...I chose Chucky Cheese because she likes going there, I figured the other kids would like it, and because I dont have to do the cleaning afterwards...LOL LOL...as the years go by it is going to get harder....

Kelly - posted on 02/08/2010

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Go to birthdayexpress.com. They're awesome. I've chosen themes from them for the past 3 birthday parties at our house. They even have special 2 year old themes, which I've never seen before. This March my son will be having a Two Two train party :) I think that there was a really cute lady bug one for girls. Anyways, good luck!

Kristy - posted on 02/08/2010

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My son will be 2 on March 21. We are doing Elmo theme. Last year we didn't do a theme(we had ordered a sub and ate lunch then had cake) He had his own little cake last year. I just have to get in gear and find all the things I need, it will be here before I know. We will have it at our house, I am thinking of doing another sub(we ordered from Walmart) then cake. We might take him to Chuck E Cheese since he has never been there.

Kimberly - posted on 02/06/2010

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I have the same problem My son will be 2 on the 5th of March. We are just going to have his party at McDonalds. He loves it there, they have a indoor place place, good food (to him) He can't ask for more. Plus the happy meals are cheap if you are paying for other kids.

Tonya - posted on 01/30/2010

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We are doing a ladybug theme. I found some wonderful ideas on line for crafts etc. We are also doing the party at home and I am going to set up crafts on the table to begin with, then same fun kiddie music to dance to while the adults get the crafts cleared away and cake ready, after cake and presents i am go to have a couple of age appropriate activities and then send them home:)

Esther - posted on 01/29/2010

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Does she like any of the current shows on the Disney channel? If so, www.playhousedisney.com offers ideas & FREE printouts for birthday parties.

Bianca - posted on 01/29/2010

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I took my daughter to the store and pulled out party plates of things she liked and let her decide for herself. She is very into MIckey and friends so that is what she chose

Dawn - posted on 01/20/2010

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Princess? Both my girls (4 in Feb & 2 in March) love princesses. If you are a little handy, you can pick up a doll top and mold for a skirt for the cake--or just buy the doll top and use a kitchen aid bowl to bake the cake in for the skirt. It's pretty easy to do and turns out great :). My older daughter had a princess party for her third birthday and loved it so much we are doing it again this year!

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