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My son turned 6 this year and eats, sleeps and breathes Super Mario Brothers. We had a budget of $100, which included everything- food, favors, games, you name it. The budget breaks down like this- $15 for décor, $32 for favors, $8 on the pizza boxes, plates and candy holders, and another $45 on food. Alot of the favors and décor we made ourselves, including our piñata, which was a big hit. We had a last minute cake mishap, but we just printed out an image of Yoshi (my son's favorite) and used him as the topper. It wasn't what we planned, but hey, the kids didn't care. We had twelve little boys that had a blast!
cake, mushroom pops, star cookies, and a candy buffet
Mario & Luigi hats, mustaches, Princess Peach crowns and wands, gumball machines, Mario stickers and lots of candy
Activities / Games
Pass Yoshi (like Hot Potato), Mario Bingo, Pin the Mustache On Mario, and a Power Up Pinata that the kids had to "punch", just like Mario!
What People Ate
the kids got to put on their own pizza toppings, then we served them in their own personalized pizza boxes, plus we had string cheese and cherry tomato mushrooms
What People Drank
bowser bubbles (kiwi fruit punch)
the piñata- the kids really got into jumping up and punching it! (best part is, it cost me nothing- I covered a diaper box, shhhh)
the kids wearing their mustaches
Most Touching Moment
my son told me he loved his party