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My daughter turned 2 and loves Sesame Street, so it was no question when it came to the theme of the party! With a lot of help from the internet and Pinterest, I took many of the ideas I liked and made them my own.
I incorporated primary colors into all the decor, handmade all of the decorations and also used my daughters Sesame Street toys as decor throughout the party.
I made all the treats for the party as well as the Cookie Monster cake. My husband made the Sesame Street lamp post.
We even had a Sesame Street themed photo booth...fun for both the kids and the adults!

Everyone had so much fun!!

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Party Highlights

  • Party Favors

    Homemade cherry scented playdough, Homemade alphabet crayons, Homemade Sesame Street coloring books, Homemade finger paints, Sesame Street stickers and tattoos

  • Activities / Games

    Rubber Duckie Relay, Pin the kiss on Elmo, Count with the Count. Hanky Panky game and Face the Cookie

  • What People Ate

    Cupcakes, Banana/vanilla wafer/nutella Sandwiches, Fruit w/Fruit dip, Peanut butter/Chocolate Swirl cookies, Trash can pudding, Goldfish crackers, Cookie dough pretzel bites, assorted candies

  • What People Drank

    Rubber Duckie Punch (Blue Hawaiian Punch, Sprite and Pineapple Sherbet)

  • Best Moment

    After the day was over and all the guests were headed home, my daughter turned to me in her little 2 year old voice and said "Tank to Momma, for my birfday"....Melted my heart!

  • Funniest Moment

    My Mom and Aunt both tripping and falling during the rubber duckie relay....then wrestling on the floor to beat the other!! Sisterly love!! Hahaha!!

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2 comments

  • Kindra D

    Kindra D wrote:

    Oh these are so cute!

  • Misty G

    Misty G wrote:

    Thank you so much Kindra!!

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