|Rather than the usual Ballerina party, why not put a spin on it with a Tutus and Bow Ties theme! The girls can dress in their tutus, the boys in their bow ties and the food can be themed with little bows and lots of pretty ruffles.|
|Every little girl loves a pony party, but try styling it with a rustic edge, using vintage props and decorating your dessert table in hues of pink and brown.|
3. Lions, and Tigers and Bears! Oh My!
4. Paper Straws and Pink Milk
5. Sprinkled with Love
For the Boys:
1. Little Mr Moustache
2. 50s Rock Diner
3. Ol' fashioned Camp Out
|You don't need to head into the forest to go camping! You can do it in the comfort of your living room or backyard! Think mini picnic basket favours, scroggin bags or perhaps log fire cake made with Twix or Kit Kats.|
4. Wild Wild West
|No this is not just a cowboy party....it's a Wild Wild West party! Transform your backyard with hail bails and cactus and let the kids enjoy countless cowboy games! Fill little hessian bags with gold chocolate coins as party favours to take home.|
5. The Mad Scientist Laboratory
|A new theme that has emerged that I just love. So many creative and gruesome foods ideas that can be incorporated into his party. Make sure you get your hands on some plastic test tubes to serve yoghurt shots or popping candy in!|
1. Dunkin Donuts
|If you read my last blog on party trends you would be well aware that donut bars are all the go now, so why not make a whole theme of it! Let the kids make their own donuts and offer a variety of toppings, sprinkles and lollies to decorate.|
|A variation on a candy or rainbow party, be as colourful and creative as you like. Theme everything lollipop style from your invitations, to your cookies, cake pops and favours.|
3. C is for Cookie!
4. My Little Pizza Shop
5. Ice cream Parlour
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