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I have 2 boys ages 5 and 7 years old born on the same day.....so we only have to do one birthday party. (YAY) We feel that kids parties get so big and commercial and we are a very low key family and tend to keep it simple. Since my boys share a birthday we talk about what we want to do for their birthday, what theme etc... they also get to pick out their own cakes which is so much fun! A few years ago my children (and still are) were very into art so we chose to have a Messy Art Party. We had stations set up with painting, play dough, art crafts, cupcake decorating and as a favor they made their own tie dye shirt. It was a HUGE hit for the kids and parents. http://www.oboyorganic.com/blog/old-school-birthday-parties-where-did-they-go-

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Our favorite theme so far has been the vintage airplane party we threw for my little fellow's 5th birthday ~ there are so many fun activities that go with the classic theme from launching paper planes to runway races ~ it reminds me of how fascinating air travel is to a little one (mama too)!

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I love every party I've done, but I absolutely love the Sprinkles themed birthday party I recently threw for my 3 year old daughter. She's the one who suggested the theme, and as soon as she did, I knew it was brilliance! I love themes that are simple, accessible, whimsical--but not available at my local party store.

I went nuts making sprinkle treats and crafts. Hooray for Sprinkles!

Here's the link to the first post in the series, including many tutorials of the things I made for the party:

http://tikkido.com/node/656

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Daisy's Mad Scientist party was fantastic. It was Halloween so really easy for costumes and ghoulish party treats.
Each child had a work station with safety goggles, stained apron ( red food colouring), on each tray they had a jug, mixing bowls, test tubes, pipettes etc etc. We set up about 4 experiments for examples neutralising vampire blood with ground garlic ( bicarbonate of soda mixed with vinegar & red food colouring). They then had free time & we provided lots of containers of flour, bicarb, vinegar, colour water etc .They were so engrossed in mixing & experimenting it was fantastic . The only way to get them to stop was by doing 'explosions' is mentos in cola!
Lunch was served in individual plastic cauldrons which then doubled as part bags ( re filled as they made explosions).It was fantastic!

There are photos and lots of other great party ideas on our blog
www.daisyspartyideas.tumblr.com

http://daisyspartyideas.tumblr.com/page/3

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I love a good kids party! I have mostly done boy themed parties. Everything from
Star Wars, http://www.teachingheart.net/starwars.htm
Thomas, http://www.teachingheart.net/thomastrainideas.html
Cars, http://www.teachingheart.net/cars.html
Spiderman, and http://teachingheart.net/spiderman.htm
Legos. http://teachingheart.net/blog/2010/09/lego-car-race-party-game/

I think my favorite theme was Legos. I had a blast preparing for the party. Lego's primary colors make it even easier to plan. Here is the link to my son's Lego Party. http://teachingheart.net/blog/2010/09/lego-car-race-party-game/ .

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I've loved each and every one of the themes I've chosen for my little one. And although I know the one I'm planning for next month will be awesome, I'd have to say my favorite has been his {Golf 3rd Birthday Part-Tee}. Just like his Daddy, he loves golf so this theme was perfect. We even rented a local Mini Golf! Since I am in the party planning business, I went all out with a fabulous candy table which was a great hit. I know he'll love his 4th, but I'm sure he'll remember his 3rd birthday forever!

http://partyliciouseventspr.blogspot.com/2011/07/mauricios-golf-birthday-par-tee.html

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http://partyliciouseventspr.blogspot.com/2011/07/mauricios-golf-birthday-par-tee.html

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For my third child's third birthday, I finally accepted that three year olds just want to PLAY! I created a ladybug themed party, and made huge tissue paper flowers which "grew" all over the living room! I put out lots of climbing toys and made a tent shaped like a toadstool for the kids to play in. It was soooo much more successful than the parties I'd thrown for my other kids at age three where I'd planned tons of games and activities.

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When my middle daughter turned four, she asked for a "Charlie & Lola" birthday party. CHARLIE AND LOLA. Although, I loved the show, it wasn't the kind of thing I could find pre-decorated plates and party favors for! I had to put on my thinking hat and get creative. We very "Lola-ish" scrapbooking paper we were able to make our own invitations and butterfly and flower shaped decorations, hanging whimsically from the ceiling and wandering aimlessly across the wall. By focusing on bright colors and whimsical shapes, we were able to pull off a Charlie & Lola party my four year old adored!

http://www.classichousewife.com/2007/03/29/come-shoot-the-breeze-with-me-2/

http://www.classichousewife.com/2007/03/29/come-shoot-the-breeze-with-me-2/

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I recently threw my Curious George loving daughter a Curious Cami themed 3rd birthday party with a girly and modern twist. She had a blast!

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http://www.idoinvitationsbymichelle.com/2012/04/curious-camis-3rd-birthday-party.html

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My oldest is obsessed with Curious George. For his 3rd birthday we had a Curious George Party - complete with a Man With The Yellow Hat cake and monkey cup cakes. I have pictures of it all and a tutorial for how to make the cake over at http://www.lovingmynest.com/family-love/curious-george-3rd-birthday-party/

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I've done many themed parties! My daughters 3rd Pinkalicious Party was a huge hit and we had a blast at my sons Army themed party. I've also done a Spa Party, and a Rockstar Glam party where we had a photographer come into our house and take fun magazine cover shots.

I love to choose a theme based on my child's interest - maybe based on a favorite book, TV show or toy. From there I just run with it. I have lots of party ideas that can be found on my blog, including how to make your own pinata using a gift bag and streamers, and lots of free party printables! Stop by and say hi, www.733blog.com

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Surf Theme! We did a joint birthday for our daughter and son and kept it simple and affordable by making all of the decor. We picked hot pink and ocean blue and utilized this theme throughout the party with surf accents. Making your own decor allows it to be personalized and affordable!
http://www.irishitalianblessings.com/2012/07/surf-themed-party-hot-pink-and-ocean.html

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I had a butterfly themed birthday party for my 3 yo daughter. Three weeks before the party I purchased some caterpillars from insectlore.com. My daughter and I got to watch them grow and hatch into butterfleis before her birthday party. At the party, we released them. All the little girls were so amazed. I also got them all $2 wings from Target to wear during the party. http://www.flickr.com/photos/74474966@N08/7492586728/

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My favorite theme so far was the one I threw for my daughter a couple months ago for her 9th birthday! We thought it was the perfect theme - "Peace, Love & FUN-do" as it can be used for so many different ages. YES - it says "FUN-do" as we had a 'fondue' station on the dessert table as well as planned plenty of things for her friends to "DO" at the party so came the name "FUN-do"! FUN theme with a play on words & the kids has a blast learning how to dip in fondue!
http://eyecandyeventdetails.blogspot.com/2012/05/peace-love-fun-do-party-part-1-my.html

http://eyecandyeventdetails.blogspot.com/2012/05/peace-love-fun-do-party-part-1-my.html

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I just had a "color" themed party for my two and seven year olds. We decorated with candy and it was a huge hit! http://www.circleofmoms.com/article/what-s-s-like-have-tube-fed-toddler-04549

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My daughter and her friends had so much fun at her Rock Star Party
http://divinepartyconcepts.com/2010/08/31/rock-star-party/
My twin girls loved their Candy Land party that was full of sweets!
http://divinepartyconcepts.com/2010/04/22/candy-land-party/

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For my son's first birthday, we did a "Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs" theme . . . he LOVES that movie and would watch it nonstop if we let him. I didn't go overboard in terms of party decor/events (he was only turning one, after all, and wouldn't care about any of that!), but I have to pat myself on the back for a rather cool spaghetti and meatballs cake. It came out great!

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My kids were thrilled with this tie dye party. Between the "tie dye" cupcakes & dying their own tee shirts, they had a blast! http://celebrationsathomeblog.com/2011/07/host-a-tie-dye-party.html

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My little one is going to be two in September, so we have only partied to one theme so far and that theme was the Very Hungry Caterpillar! We had a lot of family come in to town so we had lots of extra hands in the kitchen to help out with a lovely dinner and homemade cupcakes for dessert. The Very Hungry Caterpillar made his debut throughout the decorations and my absolute favorite were the cupcake toppers! I can't help myself when it comes to sweets so everyone went home with some chocolate covered pretzels. Yum!

http://lisarunsforcupcakes.blogspot.com/2012/06/birthday-partay-planning.html

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My daughters favorite so far was Doll theme. I hand made some dolls and some scarfs, hats, and bags for the dolls. The girls got to draw faces on the doll, and pick accessories for them. It was simple and fun.

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We just did a Lego theme for my son's 4th birthday. My husband rocked the cake - it was totally amazing. There are lots of sites with ideas for Lego parties if you're looking to do something like this.

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I literally just had my daughters birthday party this past Sat. The theme was butterflies for her 1st. I had it in a backyard so the decorating was pretty simple. I bought lanterns and decorated them with feather butterflies (can be found at any craft store). Then for the cake and cupcakes I order edible butterflies from etsy. Here is the cake! And more to come on my website http://www.strollerinthecity.com

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I loved the Incredibles themed party we did for my son's 4th birthday. One of the best activities of the day was the one where the kids wrapped up the bad guys (two dads) and the team that secured their bad guy the fastest won. We then had the bad guys try and get out of their crepe paper chains as fast as they could...the kids loved that the best. The kids still remember that and tell me how much fun they had.

One of my favorite cakes, however, was the pirate chest... https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=438312109534213&set=a.135516626480431.17003.134902846541809&type=1&theater
This one took some baking engineering but it was so worth it. The top was made out of rice krispy treats. I wanted to get that domed chest look and didn't want to rely on my cake carving skills. Rice krispies worked out perfectly. Inside the "chest" was a bunch of different candy jewelry that was quickly pillaged!

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Between the two of us we've done a few now. Some Favourites are Princesses & Knights (or how to incorporate boys into a Princess theme LOL) . Pass the treasure chest and dragon slaying (piñata) were featured and there was the perfectly royal, tiara birthday cake. Fit for a Princess...
http://honeyyoubaked.com/2011/10/07/calling-all-princesses-princes-and-knights-let-the-games-begin/

Rainbow Party - Miss E is STILL talking about her rainbow cake a full 8 months after the party. There is no doubt that I will be making a rainbow cake again this year unless things drastically change in the meantime! But it's a nice easy theme to do as you can use a mix of brightly coloured accessories to bring the theme to life. Since it was a three year olds party we didn't do structured games, but held it in a local playground...
http://honeyyoubaked.com/2011/11/21/a-kaleidoscope-of-hyperactivity-inducing-sugar-and-colours/

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A great kids party can be fun for both the kids & adults. This baseball themed birthday that was featured on Life & Baby had so many fun elements for everyone to enjoy, with great food, snacks and lots of friends & family. http://www.lifeandbaby.com/2011/07/party-chicago-cubs-theme.html

When it was time for my little one's 1st birthday we chose a theme based on animals and when I came a cross some great birdhouses the bird theme emerged. We used a lot of re-purposed decorations and hired a non-profit animal rescue to do an animal presentation. It was both fun & educational. http://www.lifeandbaby.com/2012/02/party-birds.html

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When it comes to my own child's birthday, I have only had to throw three birthday parties thus far. When it comes to planning children's parties (and baby showers and bridal showers for that matter) I have had my fair share of experience, and I honestly would never start planning a party without a theme. My favorite part about a child's party planning is simply letting them select the theme! My Son's most recent birthday he selected Toy Story 3 ("Because I'm gonna be 3 Momma...") and we went from there. From play dough potato heads, buzz and go seek, and barrel of monkeys to a Toy Story designed cake and a buzz bounce house, building upon the theme was fun, simple, and enjoyed by even those who hadn't seen the movie. Yes, there are people that haven't seen the movie, can you imagine? ;) For more party details, and how we feel about themes in our Clubhouse Classroom, check out: http://fitkidsclub.blogspot.com/2012/06/themes.html

To infinity and beyond,
Ms. Liz

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We just did a jungle theme for my son's first birthday.
http://traciebauguess.blogspot.com/2012/06/my-sweet-logan-is-1.html

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I'm not one of those moms that does a huge themed birthday party every year. In fact, we've really steered away from birthday parties the last several years (not sure how I've gotten away with that!) and just focused on our traditional way of doing birthdays in our house.

Our birthdays include everything you see in this post http://www.imalazymom.com/2011/02/birthday.html and maybe a few other things I failed to mention, like a birthday dinner out (their choice), birthday cake on a special birthday plate (that I made at a paint your own pottery place for each child), and a few other odds and ends that make their day special!

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My girls celebrated their 1930′s American Girl party a few days ago. According to them, it was the best birthday’s EVER.

It was one of my all time favorite birthday parties too. (Do I say that every year?)

Well if I do, I really mean it this year. I love the 1930′s. I love American Girls… most especially Kit and Ruthie.

This party was so in keeping with the spirit of the 1930′s… it was Make it Do in every way. It really hit home the idea that you don’t need to spend a lot of money to have a lovely party.

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We held a dress up tea party that was one of our favorites. The theme was pink butterflies and we had lots of vintage linens from grandma. To make it more fun and fancy we got cut crystal glasses for 50cents a piece at Goodwill so the girls all got to use real "fancy" glasses and they loved it! In order to fit all the girls at a table we used a coffee table and had them sit on the floor around.

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I recently created a pink elephant birthday party for my four-old daughter. Usually I let my kids choose a cake from my favourite cake book and then plan the party around the cake.
I chose activities that would be fun, age-suitable (for her four-year old friends and their younger siblings) and simple to plan.
You can read more about the party (as well as what I might've done differently) at:
http://mygoinggreenblog.blogspot.co.il/2012/06/how-to-turn-pink-elephant-party-green.html

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For my oldest, we've done a Sonic The Hedgehog theme and we had his party at a gymnastics place where they did an obstacle course and of course his cake was Sonic themed.
Here's a picture of his cake...
http://www.homeschoolmadness.com/2011/04/19/week-with-mario-10/

We also did a Mad Scientist theme one year. His cake was a beaker with smoke pouring out the top (cotton candy) and the goodie bags had a recipe for Oobleck, some pop rocks, science protective glasses, and a magnifying glass.

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One of my favorites is The French Country party. It was a yellow and grey color scheme that turned out beautifully. It was for a 3 year old who loved the color yellow, tutu's and her parents were in Paris when she was conceived.
The invitations were the Eiffel Tower with a vellum overlay, party favors were small linen bags with the Eiffel Tower filled with French candies. It was a tea sandwich, croissants and finger food spread along with handmade candies and treats. The birthday girl even had a custom shirt and tutu made for her big day!
The elegance and simplicity of it was beautiful and can easily be adapted for any color scheme or tea party.

http://beyondthedecorations.wordpress.com/2011/06/09/french-country-3rd-birthday/

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For my daughter's fifth birthday this year, she requested a Toy Story-themed party, which was perfect to entice both boys and girls! I decided to focus on the latest movie, "Toy Story 3", where the premise of the film centered around the toys that are mistakenly donated to Sunnyside Daycare. I wanted to execute the theme, but at the same time avoiding making it overly commercial. Therefore, I re-created the daycare feel to make the kids feel like they were the newly donated toys and, with the help of the party activities, re-created the characters' adventure, along with the prevalent use of cardboard boxes throughout the decor!

Check out the full details of the party at http://www.lynleespetitecakes.com/2012/04/no-toy-gets-left-behind.html

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My daughter's 11th birthday last December. We had a tie dye party at our house and invited about 10 of her soccer team friends. It was the best party we have ever done. I loved being at home and doing something creative. The girls were also able to take their new tie dye shirts home and it was a great keepsake item.

We also had a very special cake that a friend of mine made for her. It was tie dye cake with lots of reminders on the top of all the things she loves. Singing, Writing, Reading and Soccer! She did a great job and it was the most beautiful cake we have ever had. The inside part of the cake was also tie dye. It was very cool!

Her page: http://www.blogger.com/blogger.g?blogID=8035806933633473651#editor/target=page;pageID=3071424738821531073

Many Blessings,
Michele

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Many of the parties that we do for our children, both for school and birthdays revolve around literature we enjoy. With a big family and several birthdays close together we will often combine parties as well. One favorite was the doll fair we did based on the book, A Time To Keep by Tasha Tudor. At this party we had mini carnival snacks and activities with each one costing a penny (we provided each child with a handful). We also had fair entries, children could bring something to display and a small play. This party was a big hit.
Recently we did a preschool party based on the Fancy Nancy books. The particular book was about an art exhibit and the children were delighted to mimic the work of famous artists and then set up a display for the parents. Every moment I spend reading and creating with my children is a joy.

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We have had many different birthday party themes over the years. For his 7th birthday our son wanted a John Deere party. We were also trying to be more frugal and party decorations can be so expensive... and are usually used one time. I came up with some fun and creative ways to make a tractor loving boy's party dream come true!

We always play the old fashioned party games, just like the ones I remember fondly from all my childhood birthdays!!

http://honeyfromflintyrocks.wordpress.com/2012/06/22/a-john-deere-birthday-party-and-old-fashioned-party-games/

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For my daughters first (and second) we didn't go with any particular theme as we felt she was still too young to really understand and simplicity is really what we prefer. We had a beautiful day with colourful decorations, delicious and healthy snacks and most importantly her loving family and friends.

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art party http://thepleatedpoppy.com/2011/06/art-party-part-1-decorations/
art party, part 2 http://thepleatedpoppy.com/2011/06/art-party-part-2-art-lessons/
pink party http://thepleatedpoppy.com/2011/06/art-party-part-1-decorations/
monkey party http://thepleatedpoppy.com/2010/08/monkey-party/
trucker party http://thepleatedpoppy.com/2009/09/trucker-party/

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When my oldest (now 16) was 4, we had his birthday party at the local fire station in Frisco, TX. Here's pic of the firetruck cake I made! He was totally into toy cars at the time, especially firetrucks and police cars. It was fun! The firemen were in attendance too, and they got a real kick out of the cake.

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My son's birthday is late in the summer so we thought a great party would be a S'mores theme. We had marshmallow pops and all sorts of different candy bars to make s'mores with. I made s'mores cupcakes, s'mores mini pies and even a s'mores snack mix everyone could take home in cute little mason jars.

It was so much fun, and budget-friendly too!

http://www.partypinching.com/parties-holidays/s-morelicious-summer/

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We had a Minnie Mouse themed party for my little girl's third birthday. I've found that it is really all about the cake (or in her case it was cupcakes). Our parties have always been most successful when my girls have the final say in what the birthday theme will be after being given a few choices.

http://ihaverun.blogspot.com/2011/09/race-rapuzel-and-other-randomness.html

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My son's very first birthday had a 'rainbow colors' theme. Without using actual rainbows, we simply decorated everything that would hold still with a different color of the rainbow, and then made rainbow-colored foods. We had gluten and diary-free rainbow cake in a jar, rainbow layered fudge, rainbow layered jello and yogurt, picture frames painted all seven colors of the rainbow and filled with pictures of him over the last year. It was very simple, and cheap, but looked really put together!

http://www.thevagabondstudio.com/2012/03/ninja-in-training-is-turning-one.html

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When my son was in second grade, we threw a "Magic Tree House" party based on the book about dinosaurs. The gazebo was transformed into the tree house and the kids had a scavenger hunt for dinosaur fossils that we pre-made for the party. It was a lot of fun!

http://amominredhighheels.com/stylish-practical-partywear/

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i love birthday parties!!!
i have too many favorites to choose from... we did a bug, safari, potty training {yes you read that right}, penguin igloo party, curious george, princess, and an equestrian horse party. i think my favorite was the bug party! so many fun details!
you can see the party here:http://getcreativejuice.blogspot.com/2011/09/our-party-bug-birthday-free-printable.html

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When my daughter wanted a low key birthday party at home with a bunch of her friends, we managed to do a Princess themed party for between $20 - $30 total. It was a few years ago, and some of her friends still talk about how much fun they had. Here is a link about the party and the activities we did: http://www.manylittleblessings.com/2010/08/throwing-an-inexpensive-birthday-party/

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My absolute favorite party is a Legend of Zelda themed party we threw for our youngest (7) this past Spring. All my kids got involved and we had a blast! My oldest, who is now 25, came back from St. Maarten's with his bride to help us celebrate! Another son made an awesome Hyrulian Shield Cake and we had some rupees and had a great time at the roller rink. It was a great time for all and a bunch of the adults loved celebrating with a theme they played with as a kid!
And, we got to introduce some little kids to the best game ever:)
Here is my link:
http://faithfamilyandfun.com/legend-of-zelda-kids-birthday-party/

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The best theme i ever did for my daughter was her Jessie (toy Story) Rainbow party. She came up with the theme herself. It was an amazing combination of cowgirl and rainbows. So much fun.

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My 4-year-old daughter chose a STRAWBERRY theme for her birthday party and we went to town with printables, favors, decorations and strawberry food! Cupcakes, jello, smoothies, cake, fondue - all topped with fresh strawberries. Enjoy!

http://blog.stephbond.com/2011/09/party-ideas-4-year-old-strawberry-party.html

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Instead of a theme, all of our kid's birthdays are near holidays which we celebrate with family. The most recent was my daughter's birthday.

http://glimpseofourlife.blogspot.com/2012/06/daddies-and-daughters.html

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My daughter is the ultimate girly-girl! She's really into the glam, zebra, chandelier, and Selena Gomez scene! I secretly LOVE all of this too, so when I created her 11th birthday to reflect her love of all things glam, I think I had MORE fun than all the guests! I did a lot of DIY decorating, and some really fun furniture remodeling! In fact, the pieces that I refurbished, ended up in her bedroom! No matter what party I throw, the planning, inspiration seeking, and of course the execution, are ALWAYS the most fun for me!

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Boys (and girls) love an adventure so why not make the party an adventure itself? The mission for us parents? A sleepover for 8. The mission for the kids? To navigate to a camp site, travelling without use of a car, to forage for their dinner food (hiddent in the woods), watch a top secret movie and discover before bed time what the code P.O.D means. Before things self destruct. In reality for us it was a night in a nearby camping pod. For them it was mission almost impossible. And a very memorable birthday, complete with souvenir blog and video to take home and show the folks > http://www.familyadventureproject.org/2010/06/pod-mission.html

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As most little boys do, my youngest loves LEGO, so we had to do a LEGO party! I found a great set of printables as a starting point and ran with lots of fun ideas!

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Alice in Wonderland has been our favorite and a very popular theme right now. It's the top seller in my shop. http://www.etsy.com/shop/lemonademoments It is a fun and magical party, check out the pictures from the dessert table I did.

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I hosted a Thriller Halloween Birthday for my daughter who loves to dance using a bright pink and lime green color scheme. All the printables are available in my etsy store etsy.com/shop/bloomdesignsonline

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I did a Kitschy Little Man first birthday party for my son's birthday. Every party begins with some inspiration, and this one started with none else than the birthday boy himself. He doubled his birth weight in two months, quickly outgrowing his infant stage and at one year stands 32” and weighs in at over 26 pounds. This coupled with the fact that you’ll find him in cardigans and button downs instead of onesies, made it the perfect way to celebrate his one year milestone! So I took the Little Man idea and made it my own by incorporating some kitschy elements and boyish charm, so it was fitting for his first birthday celebration.

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One of the most fun themed parties we have done was a water play theme. I wish I had pictures, but it was years ago -- before digital cameras! The kids all wore swimsuits. They played with water balloons, of course, and played with water guns, and played in the sprinkler. The best game was water baseball. We took a bunch of giant sponges and placed them in a cooler filled with ice water. My hubby 'pitched' the wet sponges to the kids. He made sure they got good and wet -- which was the most fun for the kids. We did self-decorated cupcakes for a snack and blue koolaid for drinks. It was a blast!

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The best theme I've done was an old fashioned carnival. All of the kids had so much fun with the games and the parents even had a blast helping out! This theme can be great for any age or gender and also any season. My son's birthday is in February (usually in Michigan it's cold and snowy that time of year)... so it was an inside carnival. We cleared out our toy room and turned it into a midway with games and prizes and then set various other stations around the house (hot dog bar, tattoo parlor, balloon animals, etc.). I was amazed by how packed my house was since everyone who was invited came. I guess it's true... everyone loves a carnival!

http://www.party-nv.com/2011/03/come-one-come-all.html

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I loved the two parties I did for my 2 daughter's birthdays this year.

My little one had an Under The Sea Party for her 3rd birthday and Ariel came to visit birthday girl!! All the details are here: http://www.party-tales.blogspot.ca/2012/05/birthday-party-under-sea-3rd-birthday.html

And for my 8 year old daughter we did a 'Sock Hop 50's Diner' Party! Adults and kids we all had a blast!! http://www.party-tales.blogspot.ca/2012/06/birthday-party-50s-diner-sock-hop-party.html

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We did a backyard beach-themed party for our 2 year old last summer complete with flower leis, a bounce house, a water table, and a huge blow up water slide! The kids had a blast!

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My daughters and their friends loved the Wizard of Oz Party I created for their seventh birthday. We had lots of crafts, games and activities for the kids and the decorations all invoked parts of the movie. You can recreate my party with my $19 DIY Wizard of Oz Party Plan!

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