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I went with a traditional red, white and blue baseball theme. I ordered a DIY printable party pkg. from Anders Ruff Custom Designs (an Etsy shop) that included the invites, thank you cards, cupcake toppers, and water bottle labels. I either made or assembled most ALL the decorations and party hats myself, my favorite being the hand held "Baseball Fan" fan to help guests cool themselves. Guests signed an autograph book filled with pic.'s of my son playing his favorite sport. Because we didn't have T-ball sets for everyone, I used construction cones instead. Other activities included a coloring station, tattoos, a pitching game and baseball shaped water balloons. The menu included everything that you would find at a stadium concession stand. I covered all the bases, including Tshirts custom made at Oriental Trading Co.for Coach Mom and Dad. The party was a tremendous success. A HOME-RUN HIT!
Most Touching Moment
Reading the special messages in Autograph Book from party guests.
Because my guests know how much detail I put into my parties; when the ice cream truck rolled in, everybody assumed that I had hired him. I hadn't. I brought my own.
Coach Mom & Coach Dad
What People Ate
Stadium Concession Food- Hot Dogs. Nacho's. Soft Pretzels. Peanuts. Popcorn. Cracker Jack.
What People Drank
Water. Lemonade. Soda.
Boy's Baseball Third Birthday
Mint chocolate cake and Snicker-doodle cupcakes. Sugar Cookie #3 party favor. Individual Ice Cream Cups
Activities / Games
T-Ball, Pitching game, Coloring station, Baseball Water Balloons.
I spent $300 on printer ink alone...