My Party

Charlie's 5th Birthday - Spiderman
  • 60 guests
  • 21 May 2011
  • Park / California / United States

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The candy buffet table . . . a huge hit! For their party... [read more]
I tried to find candies that were red and blue to go wit... [read more]
I can't believe I found gummy spiders in red, blue, and black!
I found a lot of the candy at Walmart and Smart and Final.
Here is the pail the kids used to collect their candy as... [read more]
Popcorn . . . always a popular party snack, especially i... [read more]
I hung the banner I made across the food table.



Arika D says...

@ 18:48 on Jul 23, 2011

Great party! I always think I can't do a lot of detailed stuff if my party is someplace other than home, but you have changed my mind! My favorite was the jello cups in the cupcake display.


Katrina L says...

@ 21:55 on Jul 23, 2011

Thanks Arika! I really like doing park parties. There is a lot of loading and unloading but at least I don't have to deal with cleaning up the house! I just did another party at the same park for my son's 4th birthday. It was a penguin party and I'm going to post pictures soon!!


Aimee C says...

@ 06:18 on Jul 25, 2012

Omg this is a great party !!! Thank you for your ideas !!! How did you do the marshmallow pops ? Super cute !!


Katrina L says...

@ 21:59 on Jul 26, 2012

Hi there . . . thanks so much! Marshmallow pops are super easy. In fact, I am going to be making more this weekend for my son's Batman party. All you need are Wilton Candy Melts which can usually be found at your local craft or party store. They come in all colors. Lollipop sticks, sprinkles, and marshmallows. Heat the candy melts in your microwave according to the directions on the back of the package. Poke the marshmallow onto the stick and dip. Sprinkle the decorations on before the candy melts harden! Lots of fun and so much easier than cake pops . . . Good Luck!

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