The twins Curious George birthday party was full of fun activities for all the kids. There was a giant hand painted tic-tac-toe mat. …
Curious George party
1. Banana shaped cookies – made by Edelweiss bakery. Cookie cutter purchased from Cookies 2. Fresh bananas 3. Gerber Graduates banana cookies 4.…
Most little people parties end with an injury. It's only natural for kids to be running around and trip over or fall off…
When organizing children's parties, I try to put a few things out for the adults too. For the twins Curious George party I…
Party favors are a big thing for me. You will never find me handing out a bag of candy. Why? Well because whenever one of my kids get one at a party I end up eating it ha ha. I just like to think of the other mother's waist lines. Aren't I kind ha ha.
I prefer to give little gifts to each of the party guests. So for our Curious George themed party, this is what I did.
I left multi-colored bags on a table and had each child write their name on it as they arrived at the party. This was 'their' bag. In this bag they could put any candy from the Pinata, bubbles blowers, face masks and coloring pages left over once the party had ended. It was also where I could put their party favors.
Each child when they arrived at the party received a sipper cup that they could use at the party and then take home with them. The cups were purchased at Oriental Trading, they are only $9.99 per dozen. They are the 'decorate your own' variety so I pulled out the paper insert that was meant to be colored in and instead printed out photos of the babies wearing a Curious George costume onto plain paper and slotted that right back into the cup.