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The birthday girl and a number of her guests have dietary restrictions, so we went with a spiced vegan cake shaped in the number "2".
Each little guest received an "Explorer Back Pack" chocked full of goodies for exploring: Fruit Snacks, freezable fruit pops, juice and Goldfish crackers.
Activities / Games
The party was held at a children's bounce house. As the guests bounced around in the various play houses, they were greeted with a real life sized Dora impersonator in full costume.
$2,000, we stayed around $1,300 for all, including the facility and rental fees that I was able to negotiate!
The look on the Children's faces when they entered the birthday party room. Although young in age, ranging from 2-5yrs old, the children all said "Ohh Dora, There's Dora! I love Dora, she's everywhere!"
Life sized Dora was not welcomed by some of the more timid guests, so there was little bit of running away from Dora, who just wanted a hug and picture :-)
Most Touching Moment
The parents actually hugging me (the Planner & Decorator) to say this was the best party and thanking me so much for pulling it all together seamlessly.
Of course the Birthday Girl!
What People Ate
The party was held on Cinco de Mayo, so we kept the Mexican theme going with an awesome taco bar provided by Moe's Southwestern Grill Catering.
What People Drank
Juices & Water were provided to the children. The Waters were decorated with custom water labels.