The Most Super Duper 4th Birthday Party Ever

Wow! I just got back from a birthday party that an incredibly creative and talented friend planned for her 4 year old. It all started with the invite, a curious and colorful little tin that arrived in the mail one day-Inside we found with instructions to inflate the balloon, upon which were printed the specifics of the party (note to self: don't pop the balloon!)-When we arrived at the party today, the festivities began before we even reached the door-Munch got her tickets and proceeded to decorate her party hat. Would you believe it's just a rolled up, painted grocery bag?
Munch looked awfully cute wearing it on the firetruck ride-After making a sand art necklace, we headed in to the rest of the birthday carnival-which was set up with several great games for the kids
Munch started in the jumpy then went down the row of games, collecting prized in her goody bag as she went-There was popcorn, cotton candy, face painting, and a fun house mirror-After yummy food, cupcakes, and a pinata, the final surprise was unveiled- a candy buffet for everyone for fill a favor bag- And would it be a carnival if you didn't win a goldfish?Big smiles after a fun time!

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Comment by pineapple princess on October 11, 2009 at 8:12pm
Holy Moses! What a rockin' party!

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