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I am lucky enough to be able to take advantage of use of the venue that I work at, the Dickens Opera House in Longmont, CO. So when I suggested to my almost 4 year old rock star that she have an on-stage dance party, she only had one request: can it be a Hello Kitty Rock rock star party?
The majority of our guests were ages 1 to 8, so we didn't try to do any planned activities,
just let all of the kids dance around to music. We did supply a variety of instruments to
help them feel like rock stars on stage including plastic microphones, tambourines and
drums. To re-energize, guests could grab a snack from the buffet, a water bottle, (a drink
at the bar for mommy and daddy,) and fill up their "rock on" candy basket!
After we sang "Happy Birthday," there was a choice of 2 types of cupcakes (including
gluten-free for a few of our friends,) and chocolate dipped strawberries. Our guests
left with a thank you mini-pinata filled with Hello Kitty tattoos, bracelet, lip gloss
and bubbles. I'm pretty sure fun was had by all!
Chocolate Covered Strawberries, Cupcakes and Gluten-Free Cupcakes
Activities / Games
Singing and dancing on stage
$300 for venue, food, drinks, decor, supplies and favors
Plastic microphones, tambourines and drums, lip gloss, Hello Kitty tattoos, stickers and Silly Bands and candy
Hearing the birthday girl rock out on stage, she knew all the words to her favorite songs that we made her playlist from
What People Ate
Cheese Platter, Meatballs and Roasted Tomato and Artichoke Dip
What People Drank
Cash bar for grown ups, Water bottles with Crystal Lite packets for kids