October 16, 2014

A Boo-thday Party

Today we celebrated the 5th birthday of my little girl Hazel.  It was her first friend party and she decided that she wanted to dress up and have a Halloween themed birthday.

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Invites + doughnuts on a string ready to be eaten.

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The haunted house cake/cupcakes were made by the same super talented gal that made Jack's superhero cake/cupcakes.

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Mummy juice boxes.

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We played Halloween Bingo.

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Decorated mini pumpkins with stickers - less mess and still fun.

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My little helper setting up the next game - ghost bowling.  

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We also played a "Monster Mash" freeze dance game and danced like different Halloween characters (zombies, ghosts, and skeletons)

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Our favors were a few Halloween essentials in a spooky little homemade owl bag.

3 comments:

Leslie said...

Happy late birthday Hazel! What a spook-tacular party!

Florence said...

This looks great! So glad I stumbled upon your blog.

benilhalk said...

Life is a celebration and I used to enjoy it fully. The best thing is going to party with friends. I used to visit private parties Los Angeles bars where every weekend we all used to meet up and celebrate to the fullest.