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The party was in the morning- from 10 a.m. to noon so I served breakfast-type food. Plus, all the kids at the party were toddlers so I wanted the menu to be kid friendly yet adult-ish. I ended up serving breakfast croissants, cream cheese bagels, and star (jam filled) sandwiches. I also had a huge fruit platter, chocolate and vanilla cupcakes and a sailboat shaped doughnut cake from Allie's Doughnuts- a local donut store in North Kingstown.
For the decorations... a welcome sign greeted guests at the front door, I made a happy birthday banner, buffet cards (food labels), pinwheel wands, etc. One of the accent colors of the party printable is orange so I had a vase of orange tulips on the table. I also put the party favors- bubbles and chocolate covered pretzel rods with personalized labels- on the table because they added to the decoration. Also, on the table were a couple copies of the birthday invite. All printables are available from APartyStudio on Etsy. www.apartystudio.etsy.com
Since the children were so young, we didn't do any party games. I had a jar full of origami stars and let the adults guess how many were in there and I had a prize for the winner. The stars were from TrinketsByDana on Etsy.
What People Ate
breakfast croissants (ham and cheese), goldfish crackers, bagels with cream cheese, and star (jam filled) sandwiches.
What People Drank
water, orange juice, juice boxes for the kids
vanilla and chocolate cupcakes, doughnut cake, fresh fruit.