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Ava's 7th Monster High Birthday Party

Novelyn A By Novelyn A  in Birthday

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My daughter Ava is ALL about Monster High. I wanted to do something a little different. When I introduced the idea of a "Fearleading Camp", she loved the idea.

Upon the girls arrival they registered, received a folder filled with the camp schedule, coloring pages, fun activities
Monster High School ID & T-Shirt and pom poms. They also gave their choice for lunch. We had three choices for sandwiches: Tuna Salad, Turkey and P & J sandwiches. The girls also got a bag of chips, fruit, veggies and cheese sticks. Everything went into a little paper lunchbox. I wanted a simple menu with little clean up. It was perfect.

I found Rebecca through the website Coach Up. A great site that puts you in contact with a local coach for any sport. Great for any sport themed party. They also do background checks. Rebecca was the best. I couldn't have asked for a better coach. She even came dressed in a cheer outfit that matched the Monster High theme. She was great with the girls and made up cheers to Monster High cheers I found on the Monster High website.

The girls enjoyed activities of Art 101, Face & Hair Repair, games & prizes and
"Fearbook" photobooth area.

After throwing parties that went up to 50 kids not including adults, it was a nice change to have a drop off "ghoulfriends" only party {Ava first and only request}. It was really nice to have a intimate party and enjoy watching Ava and her ghoulfriends have such a great time.


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Party Highlights

  • Desserts

    Cake, Ice Cream & Cookie Dessert Buffet

  • Party Favors

    Mini Composition Book, Pencil, Stickers, Tattoo, Lollipops, Yummy Mummy Tape Gum, Nose Nuggets, Stencil & Nail File.

  • Activities / Games

    Art 101, Face & Hair Repair, Games & Prizes and Fearbook Photobooth.

  • What People Ate

    Tuna Salad, Turkey or P&J Sandwiches, Potato Chips, Fruit, Veggies & Cheese Sticks. Cake & Dessert buffet.

  • What People Drank

    Draculaura Lemonade or Venus McFly Mint Iced Tea

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Party Helpers

  • Elle and Bean

  • SDB Direct

  • Sharp Printing- Los Angeles

  • Mary's Cake Shop

  • Coach UP- Rebecca Schroeder

  • Oriental Trading Company

  • Neighborhood Kids

  • Party On Rentals

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2 comments

  • Michelle M

    Michelle M wrote:

    Did you create the School Folders filled with Activities yourself or did you get that from one of your helpers? I'm trying to figure out how to do a Monster High party for my soon to be 5yr old and haven't been working much since I'm still going through surgeries for Breast Cancer so I'm trying to do this without spending SO much. If I can do alot of it myself and spend where I can't do myself then that's better. Any help regarding ideas would be great.

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    Melissa I wrote:

    Where did you get those cute boxes?