Everyone likes to know they matter and a boy’s birthday party is one way to communicate that message to a little guy. Whether you opt for mile-high birthday cake or a pedestal of cupcakes on the dessert table, make his day special with a fun theme and decorations that set the day apart. This week, be inspired with party ideas in our round-up that include pirates, Avenger super heroes, the circus, “Planes” and airplanes that travel ‘round the world, Noah’s Ark, Toy Story, a Halloween party and a collection of fall party-time crafts.
Halloween is one of my favorite holidays; it's such a fun time of year for the whole family! When it comes to themed desserts, Halloween sweets take the cake. Today I want to share some easy Halloween cakes that anyone can use for kids' party food for a special Halloween bash, class celebration, or for your family to enjoy on Halloween. These cake recipes feature adorable candy corn sunflowers, not-so-spooky ghosts, monster eyes, spiders, mini Mason jar cakes, graveyards, bones, Frankenstein, and even a cobweb cake. There is something for everyone to enjoy this Halloween, so extend an invitation to your place and let them eat cake!
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If you need to put a boy’s birthday party together in a quick hurry—you can do it! Whether life has been too busy to allow for long-term planning or if you find out there is a little guy who won’t have a party unless you make it happen for him, you’ll love these super quick, super easy birthday party ideas for decorations, cupcakes and favors. I had less than two days (with all the rest of life still going on) to create this boy’s Disney Junior, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse themed celebration. Walmart to the rescue: you can find all the party supplies you’ll need! I made a quick trip to my local Walmart and came home with all the pieces I needed to make this party happen.
I know sometimes mornings can be hectic, but making sure your child is fueled for the day with a good breakfast is essential. Making a breakfast that is fun will start everyone's day on the right foot! One of these special breakfast ideas would be just the thing for a boy’s (or girl’s) birthday sleepover party too! Try these Kid- Approved Breakfast Ideas to start their day with a smile: banana pops, omelet cups, , rainbow painted toast, cinnamon roll snails, fruit 'n waffle kabobs, breakfast burritos, and healthy pumpkin smoothie. Even non-breakfast eaters will be ready to eat!
Fall is here! What does that mean? Everything’s popping up pumpkin! I’ve rounded up
some of my favorite pumpkin breakfast food recipes like scones, doughnut muffins with maple-cinnamon glaze, and pumpkin spice biscotti. Get ready to make your family happy and your kitchen toasty and tasty this fall with breakfast treats like pumpkin crepes, pancakes, pop tarts and French Toast. Maybe baked doughnut holes, pull apart cinnamon sugar pumpkin bread or coffee cake strusel will be just what you'd like on a weekend morning. Pumpkin pie quinoa breakfast casserole and pumpkins oatmeal cups stick with you, too. Every one of these pumpkin recipes is so delicious that you might be whipping them up after breakfast as well!
Like half of the male, small-fry population, my boy Sam had his heart set on a Disney Planes themed celebration for his recent birthday party. We had a super cake as well as awesome cake pops and cupcakes. I decided on decorations with some of the Disney licensed items from Birthday Express because of their great selection, in tandem with pieces of the Spaceships and Laser Beams vintage plane collection. I wish you could see what I did.
A boy’s Toy Story birthday party theme is an especially fun celebration to put together because there are so many great colors and toys to feature. How terrific when you can shop for props from your very own home! When Michelle, from Michelle’s Party-Plan-It, started styling this colorful party for her son Liam, she did just that. You’ll love how she incorporated favorite Toy Story pieces from her three sons’ collections. Michelle combined her finds with printable decorations and several details from the movie that she recreated in clever ways. From a sweet treat dessert table to creative favors, this party has it all!
This is a WONDERFUL resource of 14 fall party craft ideas for kids! Are you hosting a harvest party this year? Or maybe a boy's autumn birthday party? Fall is a delightful season to celebrate with friends. Autumn colors provide the decorations so you just need a few party supplies, a themed dessert table and something fun for the kids to do. That’s where this round-up comes in. You'll be inspired to do several crafts with leaves, including leaf rubbings, ghost leaves, painted leaves, stamped leaves and a harvest crown. There's a cute paper bag scarecrow, how-to make woodland creature masks, a sunflower card, and pony bead pumpkins. Going on an explore to make a found fall treasure box would be delightful. Making animals and fish with leaves: genius!
Now that Sam is getting older, I'm working with him to become more self sufficient when it comes to hygiene. Since I know how busy mornings are with school back in session, I've been working with him to get in a good routine. School success includes both our bedtime and morning routines.
Celebrating a boy’s 2nd birthday with a two by two Noah’s ark animal procession is perfect for a little guy who loves animals! Heather Stine, of Party My Way, had so much fun designing printable invitations and decorations as well as styling and creating adorable DIY accent pieces for her son’s party! This busy mom of three incorporated animals and the ark concept as well as the rainbow (after the flood) in her designs. Most impressive are her exceptionally innovative themed food and dessert table ideas—no party animal would go hungry at this celebration!