looking for party ideas for my daughter turning 7 any home ideas
Lisa - posted on 09/13/2012
My daughter just hosted back-to-school tea/baking party. It was a huge hit and very cost efficient! The girls made their own pizzas: I bought a pack of pita circles, pizza sauce, and the toppings. Even had the girls shred their own cheeses...for dessert they made homemade triple chocolate chip cookies. I made two of the cookies so there wad a bowl on each side of table. Party city had some plastic/disposal aprons. While Michael's craft store had some that they could design themselves. We had some sun tea (set out early in morning) plus pink lemonade.....it was a huge success! While things were cooking....the girls took turns dancing to the Wii. Good luck! Kids love creating their own as well as eating it!
Melissa - posted on 12/30/2008
my daughter turned 7 this year and she still likes pin the tail on the donkey. And also I made her a party Cd at the local Cd store in the area with the cha cha slide and some disney music on it She loved it.And whatever your daughter is in too like what theme and there is also stuffin the pinata and hangin it up and gettin them to hit it with a broom or somethin just a couple of idea. Hope I could help out. Good Luck.
Marcy - posted on 12/30/2008
One year we had The art bus come to our house.. It is a schoolbus converted to a mobile art studio for kids. The kids loved it, they all painted little wooded bug houses.
(while the parents enjoyed a glass of wine..)
Curious if there is anything like that in your area..? Or you could borrow (or rent) a large van and decorate it..
Ofcourse I kinda think you might want to customize the art project for a 7yr old girl..
I do have to say it was great for us because at the time we lived in a small space.
Daliecia - posted on 12/29/2008
We did a cooking party for my son who turned 6 last year. It was a huge hit. I prepared some things ahead of time (tomato and alfredo sauce, cooked different shaped noodles, etc) but let the kids put together their own pasta with defferent veggies and we made mini meatballs and salad on a stick. We also made garlic bread and they decorated their own cupcake. I sent invitations out on paper chef hats. They decorated their own aprons and place mats and took them as party favors along with chef hats. We played hot potato and a few other "foody" games. The party was a blast! It helps that my son loves to cook. If you are interested in some more specific details I'd be glad to share... :)
Rachael - posted on 12/29/2008
well thanks they all sound great we have done most as my kids get a party every year its very hard to decide as i have all ages lol and also is in the summer and very hot so we are limited to outdoor things and a pool party is a worry for the kids that cant swim maybe a hannah montana party thinking thinking.
Amanda - posted on 12/29/2008
My daughter just turned 7 on Dec. 18th. She had a batman themed party (as she is very much a tomboy). We weren't able to do much for her because of money issues and no rsvps. Poor kid...she enjoyed herself anyways and that is all that matters.
These ideas are great. You could theme it with something she is interested in. Like a makeover party, or a tea party (my sister had one and loved it, you can even get Walmart to make those petit fours for it...awesome), a treasure hunt is always fun (and you can even theme this part according to your daughter's interests). Just about everything can be handmade for these kinds of parties and the kiddies are sure to love it.
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