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This party was awesome, my boys love music and playing dress-up so it was a great combination. My husband built the stage, my step mom (owner of Ta-Dah) and dad decorated it, my MIL was the baker and I was the crafter/graphic designer.
the birthday boys of course!
electric guitar cake & audience head cupcakes, star-struck rice crispy treats
Activities / Games
"rocking" balloons to be "pop" stars, getting hair colored and tattoos applied in the real backstage area, playing music on the stage (real musical instruments), creating Hollywood Blvd. stars, playing on the playground
hmmmmm, was I supposed to keep track? ;) We made pretty much everything ourselves so it didn't cost much.
rockin' wallets (to hold all their green when they make it big on the rockstar scene)
when the boys first walked outside to see the set-up, the smiles on their faces showed that they approved!
What People Ate
punked out pizza, musical meatballs, prelude pb&j
What People Drank
pitch-er of punch
Most Touching Moment
when Cullen (the oldest) chose the theme.... his PawPaw Robin was a musician until he unexpectedly passed away 3 years ago. The really cool part was that the party was held the day before PawPaw Robin's birthday, and lots of the muscial equipment once belonged to him. We know he would've loved this party, and I'm sure he enjoying watching :)