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Stephani - posted on 04/14/2009 ( 8 moms have responded )

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What should i do for party favor's for my daughter's birthday (she'll be one, it's going to be a mixture of kids and adults, i'm looking for something that would cover both?

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Sara - posted on 04/14/2009

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I love the idea of planting flowers/plants. You can find small pots at most craft stores or I'm sure at a gardening store or department.



I've had a mix of kids/adults at all of my daughter's b-day parties (she's now 5) but I've never given goodie bags to the adults. In my opinion, they adults can do without party favors. They will appreciate how much work you put into the party and not expect anything more.

Jeanne - posted on 04/14/2009

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Picture frames, goody bags with cookies or a cupcake, even do different favors for the kids and the adults, it might be a tad more work but it will make it easier to find something that could suite everyone.

Elizabeth - posted on 04/14/2009

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If you are having a spring theme why not have guests plant seeds in a container to take home and watch grow?

Stephani - posted on 04/14/2009

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Quoting Shawanda:

Try a princess theme, where b-day girl gets a tiara, and u can add any thing to that, other children can have regular birthday hats, nothing special on them but happy b-day, make the cake so, that it's attenetion is reflected to b-day girl. Have a mixture of aldult and childrens foods, but make the adults participated in the children's activities. We used princess theme and had a friend bring a pony out, so the adults helped the kids do pony rides and then and the kids and adults loved it. food catered to hotdogs, hamburgers,chips and juices, but also chicken and ribs, and corn the cob. sort of a bar-b-q. Hope it helps


we're having a spring theme so lots of flowers, butterflies, lady bugs ect. ididn't even think of games do i need to have games there my dd is only going to be one, i didn't even think of that.

Shawanda - posted on 04/14/2009

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Try a princess theme, where b-day girl gets a tiara, and u can add any thing to that, other children can have regular birthday hats, nothing special on them but happy b-day, make the cake so, that it's attenetion is reflected to b-day girl. Have a mixture of aldult and childrens foods, but make the adults participated in the children's activities. We used princess theme and had a friend bring a pony out, so the adults helped the kids do pony rides and then and the kids and adults loved it. food catered to hotdogs, hamburgers,chips and juices, but also chicken and ribs, and corn the cob. sort of a bar-b-q. Hope it helps

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I did yogurt covered raisins, a coloring book, jumbo crayons, and a bottle of bubbles. You can usually find a lot of things at a dollar store or Five Below. My son loves the Nabisco 100 calorie packs little letters mini cookies. The cookies are in the shapes of letters and I bought some of those too.

Stephanie - posted on 04/14/2009

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How about stress balls? Kids can play with them and parents can definitely use them.

Elizabeth - posted on 04/14/2009

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How about homemade treats in individual containers/packages that guests can take home after the party? I was going to suggest a picture of the birthday girl in a frame but will the younger guests really appreciate that?

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