Ava’s Pretend Play Party
- We booked the Chino Youth Museum http://chinoyouthmuseum.com/ to have the party. This is a small Children’s museum that is very affordable and not overwhelming for the little ones. The entire museum is about pretending so it was a perfect place to have the party.
- I was stumped on what to do for decorations at first. I decided to let Ava pick out her favorite birthday plate from our local party store. Then, I used this plate as the color scheme for the rest of the party.
Sign I made with my Cricut
- The plates Ava chose had a crown on it so I dubbed her the “Queen of Creativity” .We used the crown image as accents & carried the royalty vibe into her invite too.
Ava’s 5 IMAGINE THAT!
We hope you and your active imagination can join us
for a day of magical make – believe as we celebrate,
the Queen of Creativity’s 5th birthday.
- For favors I did a couple of things.First , I went to a dollar store and found different hats and accessories. I set up a table with a sign that said “Who will you pretend to be?” .The kids got to chose the hat they wanted and their favor bag include the matching accessories to their hat. We had pirates, rock stars, firefighters, and princesses.
Bobble Head Ava’s (My favorite thing about the party BTW)
Pretend grocery bags filled with play money, pretend food, grocery list, accessories (Pirates had hooks and eye patches, rock stars had microphones etc.) , & a “Thanks for pretending with me!” bobble head tag.· I chose to order cupcakes from the grocery store ( reasonable price & hassle free gotta love that). My husband made these cupcake toppers on the computer to match the theme. I love the way they came out.
Ava had so much fun and it was probably the least stressful party I’ve ever thrown!