Whether they are pressing flowers atop a custom-made mud pie, leaving trinkets for the flower fairies or making daisy chains, flowers just seem to speak to little girls. Indulge this fascination with flowers and treat your special little girl to a birthday party overflowing in a riot of a springtime color.
As the hostess at a recent flower party of my own, I can attest to the fact that blossoms and blooms are perfectly suited to a little girl's party. The girls loved the flower-themed crafts and games, making the pre-party preparation completely worthwhile.
Over the past 16 years, with five children of various ages, I have organized a total of 64 birthday parties.
Due to the rising cost of outside-the-home parties, we have had many home parties that were just as fun, inexpensive, and customized for the birthday child’s desired theme. Involving the birthday child also gives them a valuable appreciation for the effort required to host a party.
Birthday parties can be tricky. As a parent, you want to do something special for your child’s birthday, but at the same time, it can be tough to have a party with a ton of kids go seamlessly. An easy fix: keep it simple, but add one or two of these unique ideas to liven it up a bit.
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