My daughters birthday is January 6th, so it’s right smack dab in the middle of Winter. This past year I decided to embrace it and go with a Winter Wonderland Theme and emphasized on the Gingerbread houses for a unique spin. Complete with a gingerbread house decorating station and hot coco bar. My talented mom made each child that attended a hot coco bomb favor you take home.
The little ceramic houses were from my great grandmothers Christmas village collection, I gave each one a little makeover and painted them to match the party color palette.
Balloon Garland: Kit from Amazon, balloons by myself.
Backdrop: foil streamers from Amazon.
DIY gingerbread house cutout: myself.
Bottle brush trees: Target & Hobby Lobby
Felt icicle bunting: Hobby Lobby
Stationary: Etsy - Pixel Perfection Party
Little Birdie Prints
Lilly Mae Designs
Snow globe centerpieces: Target
Tiny gingerbread houses: Hobby Lobby
Snowflake charger centerpieces: Party City
Fake Snowballs/snowflakes: Hobby Lobby
Snowflake dessert plates: Etsy - Jollity & Co
Gingerbread foil balloons: Amazon
What People Ate
My family helped with the food, we served soups and hot dogs for the kids.
What People Drank
We always do sweet tea and lemonade, we’re front the south :)
The cake table is by far the most important aspect of the party for me. I’m fact I always build my entire party around the cake. We served cake, custom sugar cookies and cupcakes.
My talented mother made each child a hot coco bomb to take home.
Activities / Games
We had a full gingerbread house decorating station, each child got to decorate and take home a gingerbread house. Along with a bouncy house, you can never go wrong there.
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