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I love what Kim has done for this party.
Kim's niece loves Giggle and Hoot so that's what we designed this party around.
everyone singing a rousing rendition of Happy Birthday to the birthday girl
Most Touching Moment
seeing the faces of the children as they recieved their 'Hoot' cookies as they left
trying to get some of the very young children to sit in a circle and understand the concept of pass the parcel!!
not a dress up party
What People Ate
fternoon tea; fairy bread, party pies and sausage rolls, popcorn (popped fresh as people wait), marinated wingettes and drumettes, chips, cup cakes, honey joys, cocktail frankfauts
What People Drank
individual bottles of water for the children and soft drink for the adults
birthday cake, fruit platter/ skewers
Activities / Games
Goodnight hour' (book corner), paper folding (oragami) table, face painting (by aunt of birthday child), pin the beak on 'Hoot', 'Giggle gallery' (pencils and table for the children to draw,dancing, pass the parcel
Seeing as this was a family and friend birthday party the family members were asked to all contribute in the bringing of a plate of food. The signs naming the different areas were printed designed and printed personally, owl for 'pin the beak on Hoot' was part of Party Printables Kit, paper for oragami was from own paper stash as was paper for hand made windmills. The main cost was the 'Hoot' cookies which were discovered on-line. They were $6 each which was justifiable with the fact they that they were just so adorable and were to be the replacement of a traditional lollybag. Therefore depending on how many children you invite as to how expensive this becomes. We had twenty children therefore the cost was $120.
upon leaving each child recieved a 'Hoot' owl cookie and a paper windmill