I’ve always enjoyed planning parties especially for my kids. But any mother who has planned a party for their kids whether big or small will tell you how stressful it can get. Admittedly, I have a tendency to be very particular at times when it comes to these things. So I sometimes put unnecessary pressure on myself trying to plan a great party. Sometime in the middle of the chaos and stress of the actual day, I would make a mental note to myself never to do it again. But surprise, surprise! The next year will roll around and here I am planning another one.
For our kids, my husband and I have decided to give them a small party in between their milestone birthdays (1st and 7th). My son had his when he was 4 and we decided to give one to our little girl when she turned 3 last weekend. She had always wanted a Lalaloopsy theme ever since she saw Anechka Estrada’s birthday party. The idea for the Little Chef baking party came when we were planning for their summer activities. She wanted to attend cooking classes but I figured we could just do it at home (cheapskate! haha). That’s when I realize it would be fun to do a baking party for her birthday instead. It was really hard to keep the party small since most of our friends have little kids the same age as ours. We ended up with 18 kids (or 20? I lost count!) and it was a complete riot.
Here are the party photos. Hope you enjoy them!
Venue: CCA/Cravings Function Room, Eastwood Mall (40 to 50 pax)
Cake: Bethany Dream Cakes
Giveaways: Landmark Dept Store