By Saville Romain. Birthday Decorations. Published at Tuesday, February 26th, 2019 - 23:33:33 PM.
Garden fairies, fairy princess or Fairy party, these all make up the Fairies theme. Choosing Fairies theme for your birthday party is a more generic (or at least non-Disney) approach to having a Fairy themed party. There is lots of accessories and decorations available using a theme like this because you can easily mix and match products from other themes with this one and add your own personal touch. Keep an eye out for the latex balloons and also the foiled ones, they make really nice party decorations. Again, lovely tiaras will make a great gift to take home as well as to wear during the party and there are plenty of loot bag fillers for your guests. You can also get some nice butterfly or fairy candles for your birthday cake and topping your cake with these will put a smile on your birthday girl's face.
Toy Story is our tenth most popular boys theme. The Toy Story saga is an all time favourite for a lot of boys (and girls) and all of the movies were just so good. There are lots of different party supplies available for this theme and the latest theme, of course, is from the 3rd movie in the Toy Story series. You can get everything from large Buzz Lightyear helium balloons, through to plates, cups, table covers, napkins, loot bags – the whole shebang. Look out for the cake decorating kits and matching accessories to decorate your party cake. Toy Story is a colourful and happy theme and puts a smile and expression of awe on every boy's face.
Princesses, fairies and mermaids, I am sure you all picture girls parties where it's all glitz and glam, but is it really so? Do girls only care about Princesses, fairies and mermaids, or does their need for exploration and imagination play a role? Well, read on and you shall find out. We proudly present our list of the 10 most popular birthday party themes for girls and we hope this list will ease your task of organising your children's birthday party.
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.
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