This home party magic show was on a Friday night. Birthday boy Ethan got a surprise when he got home from school. Mom & Dad went bonkers with this lovely birthday message on the front walk!
This magical birthday mom made individual bunny theme cupcakes for the kids. The head is icing with cake decoration candy for the eyes, nose and whiskers.
The ears are jumbo marshmallows cut up in a wedge shape and pressed into coloured sugar. A bit more icing behind the ears to hold in place.
Structured activities make a great addition to birthday parties. At a ‘ninja turtle’ theme birthday party the kids all made their own ninja turtle head. The rest of the TMNT party supplies, paper plates, decorations, etc., were store bought but there was a dozen or so of these fun balloon heads made by the kids in the mix.
The kids took their craft home after the party too.
Saw this van on Mother’s Day. I’m guessing this 4 year old birthday girl had an awesome day! Honk!
Had a magical first at a weekend birthday party show. This is Mayven and her mom Erin. Performed at Erin’s birthday party when she was about Mayven’s age.
My first 2nd generation birthday. Time flies!
When the magic show is over you can take photos of all the kids looking like a bunny. These are fun to share with the parents as a souvenir.
At this particular birthday party the family pet posed too!
The family at this birthday party gig went “all in” with their awesome Pac-Man theme. While the paper plates, napkins, cups, and other items were commercially available Pac-Man items from a party supply store, the wall and hanging decorations were home made — a great family activity in the days leading up to the birthday party.