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Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Theme Birthday Party: Ahoy! It's a Pirate Party!

Ahoy ye hearties and avast thy chase for a booty of pirate party ideas are right here on this site which marks the X. Look no further. Prepare for an adventure on the high Pirate birthday party seas with these swashbuckling ideas that'll blow you outta the water!


 Be ready to transform your home into a Caribbean Port and your garden into a pirate ship. Be ready to give your imagination an artistic boost. Make it a a once in a lifetime party that everyone will remember!


 Set the mood with great decorations like a  pirate ship, a Jolly Roger flag flying on a ship's mast and some scattered skeletons lying dead. Fashion a poster on the door saying "AHOY! Welcome Aboard!" or "Pirates Only!" or even "Beware of Pirates! Enter At Your Own Risk!". Greet your guests with an eye patch and a bandana or a pirate hat upon arrival to bring them into the theme.


The colour scheme for a pirate party will usually be black and red. Cover the party table in black or red and accent with streamers, balloons and confetti. Scatter gold chocolate or plastic coins and plastic jewels.


Hang fishing nets around the area (you can also use the nets over any kind of tablecloth for your tables). Stick rubber fishes, seahorses, plastic oyster shells, lobsters and crabs in the fish net. And for that eerie pirate birthday party atmosphere, hang up all kinds of skeletons.


Make this swashbuckling Pirate Ship Cake or the Treasure Chest Cake and you'll have all of the party goers howling, "Shiver me timbers!"

It won't be a pirate birthday party without a treasure chest. If you don't have one or something resembling one, you can definitely make your own. Fill it with gold chocolate coins, gummy fish, starburst candies (they look like little treasures), colored beaded necklaces and a lot of other cool treasures.


There are many exciting pirate ice braker games and activities to choose from, such as Walk The Plank, X Marks The Spot, Treasure Toss, Sword Fight and Pirate's Treasure Hunt. Art and Craft keeps the children occupied. Provide materials for them to make their own colourful pirate flags, favor box treasure chests, toilet roll telescopes and baby oil ocean in a bottle.

Last but not least, add excitement to this adventure with a pirate themed pinata, a parrot standing on their way or a treasure chest pinata at the end of the journey. Fill your pinata with coins and candy.


Thursday, October 29, 2009

Theme Birthday Party: Cupcake Candy

Your little cupcake is celebrating her big day. Cupcakes are the new hot dessert! and are sooo popular these days as a party cake, you could easily make them into the theme of the party!

Everyone loves cupcakes. They are a great addition to any party and the perfect alternative to the standard birthday cake. This latest trend hitting the dessert table allows guest to indulge in the petite version of cake and offers a great entertaining alternative.

Cupcakes are so adorable that they are the perfect treat to inspire a fun and delicious birthday party for girls of any age! Carry the cupcake theme through the entire birthday celebration from the invitations, to the menu, to the favors!

Cupcakes are a simple and inexpensive parting gift.
Cupcakes double as decor when you serve them on a tiered tray.
Flavor the treat to the guest of honor. Little girls love cupcakes and they love pink, so combine these two loves and have a pink cupcake theme party or try topping the treat with a toy truck for a birthday boy.

Create a "make your own cupcake bar" that serves as an interactive dessert table. Guests can personalize their cupcakes with all the fixings. The best part is this bar is fun for both adults and children. Customize cupcakes according to the theme of your party. Have bowls of different coloured frosting and a variety of sprinkles, candies and edible toppers and let the kids go wild! Don't be surprise, this too will excite the mommies!

Make a cupcake-shaped pinata, filled with sweets, balloons and small toys. It doesn't take long to make, however, you must allow a couple of days for it to dry. I would recommend starting to make the pinata about a week before it's needed. You can decorate the pinata as simply or as creatively as you want.

A game that all children love is "pin the candle on the cupcake ". You can buy fabric versions of the cupcake party game, but a home-made copy that the children can help decorate would certainly initiate the fun in the party. Draw a large cupcake on a sheet of large paper and decorate with lots of color and sparkles. This is a fun game and perfect for a cupcake theme party. Decorating the game could also become a party activity.

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Theme Birthday Party: Splish Splash Pool Party!

Pool parties offer a sociable way to cool down and have some fun. Here are some steps to help you jump right in. Use large, colored index cards for the invitations, and hand-deliver or wire them to friends and family. Remind guests to bring towels, bathing suits, goggles and colourful fun floaties. Name the party for what theme you would like: common themes are BBQs and Luaus or just mainly Splish Splash!

Set up the table with bright tablecloths, hula skirts and colorful paper plates, cuttleries and napkins. Create catchy centrepieces! Dress up your pool by surrounding it with inflatable palm trees and cover the surface with rubber duckies, balloons and bright colourful balls. All of the floaties can then be given away as party favors.

Keep dining simple by putting out large platters of assorted finger foods you don’t need to restock. Start with snacks like tortilla chips and salsa, pita chips and hummus, and potato chips with onion dip. Keep platters of freshly cooked pizzas, cheeseburgers and hot dogs on the table at all times. Cut assorted sandwiches into bite-size pieces.

To make your pool party extra cool, plan some activities geared to your guests. Buy some inner tubes and foam noodles they can splash around with or fill your pool with beach balls and floating rafts that will then create exciting games.

Say "thanks for coming", with fun and unique party favors. Add a Flip-flop decorating activity to the party and they'll have a fun gift to take home. It's easy with inexpensive flip flops, ribbons, silk flowers and beads. A bottle of fun sun-screen, small beach ball or a squirt gun and a few sweet treats has always been a favourite. Place the items in a plastic sand pail. Fill a plastic poolside cup with a lip sun block and bright colored candies. A beach towel and sunglasses for each guest, will make a special party favor for smaller parties. However, it can be costly if your guest list is larger than a few children.

It's essential to have adults supervising the pool festivities at all times. Consider hiring a professional lifeguard to monitor your pool. You could also appoint some friends or family to help you monitor. The most important rule of thumb is to have a few adults be willing to watch the swimmers at all times. Have a phone on hand at all times in case of an emergency.

Above all the preparation, there's always the weather that takes charge. Keep an inflatable pool standby so you could party rain or shine!


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