Rather than generic store-bought party hats, make these personalized ones for your kid's next birthday party. Made from craft foam, these are fun and simple to make. Add the guests' initials to make them special.
Every culture has its own unique coming of age celebrations, often coinciding with kids' birthdays. Quinceanera celebrations, on a young girl's fifteenth birthday, celebrate her entrance to womanhood while reaffirming her faith. It begins with solemn affirmation and ends in an exciting and fun party steeped in tradition. The history behind this coming of age event is ancient but fits in perfectly with modern society. Parents have enjoyed planning the celebration, an event so important that it is second only to their daughter's wedding.
Kids' birthdays are a lot of fun for everybody but sometimes we have trouble coming up with a theme that our children will enjoy and that we can afford. One great idea is a Wild West Ice Cream Theme Party because what little boy doesn't love cowboys? The Wild West theme means simple and inexpensive decorations and there are dozens of games children can play with very little extra equipment. Even the parents will love the Wild West theme so you may see it duplicated at your next block party!
Transform your space into an inviting, colorful room of excitement by adding a balloon arch! Buy a pre-made one or better yet, make your own using colors and patterns to match your theme.
Make your child's birthday cake is a great way to make a totally customizable confection that will put a smile on your child's face and be one of his or her most memorable presents. Find out how to make the perfect birthday cake!
Pool Party ideas for little swimmers that will make a big splash this summer.
Send off kids from your child's birthday party with this adorably cute DIY party favor. Make these salty yet sweet treats that uses a simple plastic baggie and a clothespin in a fun way!
Kids are crazy for Nutella! Having sweet treats made with Nutella at your kid's birthday party will make them the most popular kid at recess! Make a few of these Nutella recipes for a sweet way to celebrate their a kid's birthday.
Whenever you customize anything with a kid's name, they'll love it! For their next birthday party, make these DIY monogrammed bottles to serve their favorite juices or milk in. Check out our how-to for this DIY birthday party idea.
An alternative sweet treat to serve at a kids birthday is this YUMMY s'mores birthday sundae. It may not be a classic cake, but the gooey goodness of melted marshmallow and chocolate is perfect for a birthday treat.
These unique cookie sandwiches have that fun birthday look with it's rainbow sprinkles. Bake these sandwich cookies that taste cake but look like cookies for a cute treat for the birthday kid.
Instead of baking the standard yellow birthday cake, make a tangy lemonade inspired birthday cake with one of these yummy recipes. We've got lemonade cakes in a jar, cake pops, layered cake and lemonade cake with cream cheese frosting.