September 8th, 2006
Previously, I wrote about having a quest as part of a kids party. At my daughter’s party, we did a crown craft after the quest, which turned out to be a bit of a mistake. If you’re going to do a craft, I’d recommend doing it before the quest. After the quest the kids are […]
August 25th, 2006
Previously, I wrote about holding a Princess Tea Party as part of a Princess Party. The next event at my daughter’s party was a quest. My husband, Jason Pomerantz, ran the quest, so I asked him to write a post about it. Here’s what he wrote… Whenever a group of princesses get together, it’s traditional […]
August 21st, 2006
I served these delicious finger sandwiches at my daughter’s Princess Tea Party. The adults all loved them! I think they would be great to serve at a brunch celebration too. Apple and Cream Cheese Finger Sandwiches on Cinnamon Bread 1 package (8 oz.) Cream Cheese, softened 1/2 cup packed Brown Sugar 1 teaspoon Vanilla 1 […]
In my last post about holding a kid’s party, I talked about the importance of playing up your theme when writing out invitations. Before you sent out the invitations, you probably decided if you’d be serving either a meal or a snack, depending upon the time of your party. The events of your party can […]
August 13th, 2006
The other Day I wrote about the importance of having a theme for a kid’s birthday party. Once you’ve chosen your theme, it’s time pick your invitations. The important part of choosing your invitations, and writing them out, is to play up your theme. There are many sites on the internet that will tell you […]
August 11th, 2006
My daughter’s been talking about her 5th birthday party for the past six months. Early on, she decided that she wanted it to be at our house. She wanted her friends to meet each other and see her room and play with her toys. This was something new for me as my son always wanted […]
May 1st, 2006
My friend Ray Lee from Hong Kong told me that 60 is an important birthday in the Chinese culture. In the US, I’d say the following birthdays are important… 1 – because it’s the first 18 – because it’s when you’re officially an adult 21 – because it’s when you can legally drink alcohol (i.e. […]
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