Birthday's ideas for my litlle baby girl

Letitia - posted on 04/10/2010 ( 25 moms have responded )

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My 11 months old baby girl's birthday is coming very soon, and I really don't know what theme to do for her FIRST BIRTHDAY. Please, if anyone has any good and interesting ideas of what theme to do for her birthday, it will be very helpful for me. Thank you very much!

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Samantha - posted on 04/21/2014

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What can be a better idea than throwing a princess theme party for your lil princess. You can have numerous options in the princess theme, Disney Princess,

Tangled, Cinderella, Snow White and more. My daughter is 2 and she loves pink, so I hosted a Pinkalicious theme party on her birthday. I ordered all the supplies from mybirthdaysupplies at a discounted prize. Explore their theme sections, apart from supplies you can also get many decoration and party planning ideas.
http://www.mybirthdaysupplies.com

Mari - posted on 04/05/2014

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I need. Help my daughters gonna be one and I don't know what kinda theme to do any ideas and ideas for treats I'm realllygood in the kitchen so if anyone has ideas plz share with me her. Birthday is April 23:)

Angelina - posted on 06/27/2011

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My little girl is almost 8 months and I want to start thinking of ideas now, but I don't have a clue either. My suggestion would be to see what her favorite toy is and make that the theme.

Carol - posted on 04/26/2010

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we're a transitional green family, so we're going to a huge park with family and some friends so we're providing kites, bubbles, and balls for older kids to play; lots of catered finger food like heroes, sushi, veggies, coffee, lemonade, water of course. we're still deciding on the cake since we don't want to use utensils [all other party stuff is eco-friendly too] so we might do pull-apart cupcakes like we did for my 3yo daughter's party. we got them at whole foods and they were beautifully decorated with a butterfly/flowers theme [her party was also eco-friendly and benefited an environmental center]. my one year old doesn't really show any preference for anything yet, so we don't need a theme but probably something spring related for the cake. have a great party! oh, and we requested no battery, eco-friendly gifts or donations to her 529, and no wrapping.

Heidi - posted on 04/16/2010

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My baby boy Kai will be one on the 26th of may. He has a blue teddy bear, that he loves. So I am going to make him a blue teddy bear cake 8)

Tracy - posted on 04/14/2010

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I'm doing the "butterfly theme" since I love butterflys! I'm having a lot of fun finding different things to add to the party stuff, invitations, and goody bags.:)

Claudia - posted on 04/14/2010

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I'm doing a butterfly theme for my daughter's first birthday on 10 May. I've known for a long time that this is what I'd like to bake for her with pretty pink and purple colours and can't wait to have her party with just a few friends. Even though she's still too little to understand it will be great to take some photos of her behind the cake and show them to her when she's a little older. She might even 'blow' out her candle... she's imitating everything we do....

For someone with boys, I've had a train theme for my son's first birthday and baked a cake which I then put together to make a locomotion and 3 wagons which had popcorn on them.

If you look up (google) Australian Women's Weekly Birthday Cake book... the first one they printed, they have a lot of themes in there.

Kandice - posted on 04/14/2010

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We are using The Very Hungry Caterpillar for our daughter's 1st bday. We are having a tutu & wings (just like the ones at the end of the story) made for pictures. The invtes are homemade & say "Please Join Us When We Celebrate Our Hungry Caterpillar becoming a Beautiful Butterfly" which will include a pic of her in the outfit. We'll serve the fruits & foods represented in the book. Decorations will be simple, right colors inspired by Eric Carle's lovely color illustrations. We will also serve cupcakes in the shape of a caterpilar & his large circular head will be her smash cake.



Is there a book that you enjoy sharing with her or one that you hope to share in the future?

Shaylene - posted on 04/14/2010

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I am doing the backyardigans for my little girls first birthday! she laughs so hard when i put that show on, she just loves it, so mostly everything backyardigans and bright colours since there is no actual color scheme. The babies will play there will probably be approximatly 15 kids and i have an episode of the backyardigans taped. The older kids love singing and dancing along with them! :)

Kayla - posted on 04/14/2010

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I am doing the princess is turning 1 theme.. I bought everything from Birthdayexpress.com you should really check it out ! I love this site! Its awesome!

Megan - posted on 04/14/2010

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My son will be 1 year on the 12th of May. I have decided no themes until he can say "Mommy I want a _______party." I figure there are years and years of parties to come, no need in making things any more complicated than they need to be. Plus this party is really for the adults and not him....he'll never know the difference. We're having a nice get together with family and friends....food, cake, and presents with a few balloons! Hope this helps, enjoy the celebration after all she'll only be 1 once!!

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I am doing colors not really a theme. Hot Pink and Lime Green are the colors and the cake will be a watermelon cake.

Melinda - posted on 04/14/2010

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Molly is my little Mollipop so I thought it would be cute if I did a lollipop/sweets & treats theme. Cupcakes, candy, and cookies galore. Of course, the majority of the sweets and such are for the adults since all of the kids will be around age 1.

Chantal - posted on 04/13/2010

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im on a low budget so just having something small at home. about 6 small kids - will set up a kiddies table for them. hot chips and chicken nuggets for lunch and small party packs. juice and soft snacks. For the adults, making breyani and cake afterwards. I too did not know what to do but then I realised it will just be a waste of my money to go big cos Skye wont even know what is happening or remember it. my theme is Hello Kitty. Found the cutest invites and stuff. only bought theme stuff (plates, cups, etc) for the kids. For the adults just having plain stuff that matches the colour scheme.

Adriane - posted on 04/13/2010

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I'm doing a Sesame baby theme for my son Elisha. I found plates with baby elmo, baby big bird, etc. and they are too cute! The store i ordered them from online also has an Elmo cake pan and directions to decorate the cake, so I will probably make that too. I'm so glad it will be nice outside in May so we can have the party at the park. We got picture invitations done at the Picture People that are adorable. can't wait to celebrate!

Adanna - posted on 04/13/2010

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hi kemayah will be turnin a yr soon n we're goin with walt disney theme she will b dress as a princess with a taira n d whole nine yards

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You'll have plenty of time to do a princess theme or some other copywrited theme. They're only this little once and before long you won't be deciding what theme to go with, she will! I'm doing a safari/zoo theme for my son & I did a monkey theme for my daughters 1st birthday. For goody bags, I bought little monkey beanie's. Then I'm attaching him to a banana with a personalized ribbon around his neck. Theres a lot of cute monkey/safari themed items out there that you could have a lot of fun with it!

Kristi - posted on 04/13/2010

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We are having a princess party. Her cake is going to be a crown and she will wear a tutu outfit. So much fun!!!

Katherine - posted on 04/13/2010

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My little one is having her first birthday soon as well. I came up with a garden theme and for the birthday cake we are having cupcakes. They are a lot easier to pass out, especially at the park. Each of the cupcakes are going to have a bug on them and surrounded by bio-degradable Easter grass so it looks like they are climbing through it.

Rose Chalice - posted on 04/12/2010

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Hi, I'm doing a Luau themed party :-) When she was 10 months, we brought her to the beach and enjoyed it :-)

Amanda - posted on 04/12/2010

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We are having a first birthday with a duck theme. We are grilling out and expect about 20 people to attend between the close friends, family, and godparents. Most of the kids will be my sons age which is fine because at 1 they don't really play together anyway. The cake is home-made by a friend I grew up with. A waterfall with pond and ducks. Extra cupcakes on the side. Yellow plates, napkins, etc. and she will be wearing a yellow frilly dress.

Diane - posted on 04/10/2010

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We're not really having a party, just lunch with family. But it's going to be Tinkerbell themed... Haylee will be wearing a tinkerbell dress and she'll have tinkerbell cupcakes and decorations. I don't want a lot of people here all at once in case it's too much for her, just close family for lunch then i've asked everyone else that wants to visit just to come any other time of the day except during nap time.

Megan - posted on 04/10/2010

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We are doing a water party...we have a few baby pools, sprinklers, etc my niece is having a cupcake party, her mom is baking cupcakes and letting the lo's decorate I think there is going to be older kids and family at hers..hope it helps

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