I took about 2 months planning this party. My sisters and i made the centerpieces. My husband made a Sesame Street lamp post personalized with my sons name. I worked very hard. Thank god everyone had so much fun!!!
Everyone's expression when the walked in!! (I felt proud of all my hard work and effort!)
To see the kids play in all the different games!! Lol
Most Touching Moment
When Edward was being sang "Happy Birthday"...i couldnt believe my baby boy was already turning 1 yr old!!!
I dressed Edward as Elmo, i dressed in in Big Bird colors and my husband wore an Oscar the Grouch face shirt and my daughter wore a Cookie Monster face shirt!
Cake, sesame street cupcakes and marshmallow fruit salad
A Sesame Street pail filled with different treats that each character would like ..example: goldfish crackers for elmo, gummy worms for oscar the grouch, chips ahoy cookie packs for cookie monster, and sunflower seeds packages for big bird, a printed out "E is for Elmo (I changed it to E is for Edward) coloring page with a note from Edward thanking guest for being part of his party and more SS candy and favors! I was so busy that i totally forgot to take a pic of them!! I made 100, and they were gone like hot tamales!!
Activities / Games
We had a Elmo mascot entertainer who did alot of different games with the kids. I made 4 different large jars filled with gummy worms, chocolate eggs, chocolate chip cookies and goldfish crackers (representing each character) and used them as grand prizes!! I made a big chocolate chip cookie and one of the games was played to who stole the cookie from the cookie jar with Cookie Monster actually singing the song ...it was kinda like hot potato. Kids loved it! I also rented an awesome bounce around jumper that was very unique with pop up sesame street characters!!
What People Ate
Adults had lasgna, breadsticks and salad. Children had pizza, jello and chips.
What People Drank
I had juice boxes for the kids and set out 3 different soda bottles matching the colors of the theme.