Published at Tuesday, February 26th, 2019 - 11:13:52 AM. Birthday Decorations. By Vallis Serra.
The kids don't come to your party to eat. They come to have a good time, and unless you've scheduled your party at a mealtime, they don't need a lot of food. Nor do they need a lot of sugar to increase their excitement level. Keep it simple and inexpensive: a bowl of pretzel sticks, a big bowl of red and green apples, soda or water. And avoid the huge expense of a bakery cake. The best money saver is to make it yourself ahead of time, freeze the un-iced cake and decorate it right before the party. Your next best option is to use a supermarket store-bought cake for about half the price of a bakery cake. If you do-it-yourself, your cake decorations can be as elaborate or simple as your ability and time allows. Using the decorating tubes from the grocery store, anyone can write the birthday child's name on the cake and add a few flowery icing dabs to create a pretty birthday cake.
Having been around for even longer than what Bob the Builder has, Thomas the tank engine is amazingly still very popular. Boys love this Thomas, especially the younger boys and in the age group from 2 to 5 Thomas is a safe bet. You are able to get a vast variety of table ware, party decorations and accessories for this theme, balloons, cake tins, edible cake images, you name it. Look out for the cool bouncy balls! You will also be able to get many nice trinkets and gadgets for this theme to put in your loot bags. Thomas is always smiling and happy and will make a great theme for any boy's birthday party.
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