Saturday, November 30, 2013

Baking Birthday Invitations

ADORABLE! Ever thought of having a baking birthday party? Kids love to bake, so why not throw a baking birthday party where kids get to bake or decorate their own treats.

Load up on sprinkles, frosting and loads of candy for decorating. You can decide to either have kids actually bake or have pre-baked cupcakes, mini cakes, or doughnuts. That way all they have to do is decorate. When everyone is done, take a photo of each child with their creation, that way they can take it with them. It would make such a sweet memory!

Baking Party Decorations

Make a banner to hang above the entrance to the party that reads: "Welcome to The [child's last name] Academy of Culinary Arts".
Balloons are a must at any party! Group three helium balloons together and anchor them with balloon weights around the party area. You may want to add a shaped Mylar balloon to each group as well.
Set the table with personalized placemats, silverware in fun colors, glasses with silly straws, cloth napkins, and plastic or paper plates.
Make a centerpiece for the food table by placing several kids cookbooks between two bookends.
Set out fresh fruit, such as bunches of grapes, apples, pears, and kiwi in brightly colored colanders.

If you want to get really creative, hang cooking utensils (mixing spoons, spatulas, whisks, etc.) and recipe cards from the ceiling.

What Do I Need For the Party?

Basic party supplies include paper tableware, such as plates, napkins, cups, and cutlery; a tablecloth, streamers, and balloons.

You may also want to rent or purchase other items to fit your theme, such as:
Various Kitchen Gadgets (blender, mixer, cookie sheets, food processor, etc.)
Aprons and Chef Hats
Cake Pans
Mixing Spoons
Cookie Cutters

Aprons and chef hats would make a sweet gift for each of your guests.



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