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This magic party was so much fun to design! I used vintage touches with bright pops of the birthday boy's favorite colors- red and blue. Instead of typical stars, we used 3-D origami stars as centerpieces and confetti for decorations. There were magical treats and a Magic Potion Station with drinks that were lit with magical orbs. There was a bowl with dry ice that created a magical effect at the Potion Station. Each guest had their own magic carpet to sit on while they enjoyed a magic show. I made the magic carpets from rolled canvas,, paints, and ribbons/raffia (for the carpet fringe). As each child arrived, they were given a magician's cape to wear. There were several magical activities including Magic Hat Walk. Each child received a hat. They did coin tricks and also "mixed magic" using food coloring to make different colors and then dropped in an animal that magically grows in water. The children went home with their magic outfits, wands, and carpets as their favors. They were also given cookies shaped like cards with the number 6 (age of b'day boy) and the letter G for the birthday boy's name.
Activities / Games
Magic Hat Parade, Mix Your Magic, Magic Hat Toss, Coin Tricks
Capes, hats, wands, magic carpet, cookies
All of it- it was so sweet and fun to watch them all have fun!
What People Ate
Full Moon Magic (Homemade Moon Pies), Lucky Star Sandwiches, Magical Mix (trail mix) in Floating Wizard Hats, Ice cream in push pops served in a black hat with a rabbit on front of push pop to "pull rabbit out of hat", birthday cake
What People Drank
Magic Potion- Jones Soda with customized labels, water
Magician turned birthday boy's daddy into a "monster"