The invite. I wanted to throw her a tea party since she LOVED playing tea time with her little animals in her room...thus the cute little tea pot:
Which opened up to show the Tea Bag invitation.
I knew my daughter loved these because she carried one around for 2 weeks...they really did turn out so cute.
We don't go all out crazy for birthday parties, but we always decorate the night before so the birthday kid comes down to a "party". She was more than happy. Then again, I could have just placed one balloon down there and she would have been tickled.:)
She ADORES Hello Kitty, so we played "Pin the bow on Hello Kitty"..it was a huge hit!..and because I could design these up myself..SO CHEAP!
And of course, for playing the game, each of the kids got to take home Hello Kitty bows (for the girls) and a bow tie for our lone boy!
The next activity we did was a riot! She has her "songs" she loves to sing and dance to, so I found each of them on Itunes...found a kid version of them and made everyone a Music Mix CD to take home after they danced their socks off!
The cake was seriously delicious. (I literally frosted the entire thing in less than 5 minutes)..love that.
And we also had cupcakes, which the kids LOVED.
Altogether it was a perfectly fun and easy party to put together and see through. Maizie was in heaven being "3" and it really made me feel better while I was in labor the next day to know she had at least had a party.