Party Recap

I am lucky enough to be able to take advantage of use of the venue that I work at, the Dickens Opera House in Longmont, CO. So when I suggested to my almost 4 year old rock star that she have an on-stage dance party, she only had one request: can it be a Hello Kitty Rock rock star party?
The majority of our guests were ages 1 to 8, so we didn't try to do any planned activities,
just let all of the kids dance around to music. We did supply a variety of instruments to
help them feel like rock stars on stage including plastic microphones, tambourines and
drums. To re-energize, guests could grab a snack from the buffet, a water bottle, (a drink
at the bar for mommy and daddy,) and fill up their "rock on" candy basket!
After we sang "Happy Birthday," there was a choice of 2 types of cupcakes (including
gluten-free for a few of our friends,) and chocolate dipped strawberries. Our guests
left with a thank you mini-pinata filled with Hello Kitty tattoos, bracelet, lip gloss
and bubbles. I'm pretty sure fun was had by all!


Party Highlights

  • Desserts

    Chocolate Covered Strawberries, Cupcakes and Gluten-Free Cupcakes

  • Activities / Games

    Singing and dancing on stage

  • Budget

    $300 for venue, food, drinks, decor, supplies and favors

  • Party Favors

    Plastic microphones, tambourines and drums, lip gloss, Hello Kitty tattoos, stickers and Silly Bands and candy

  • Best Moment

    Hearing the birthday girl rock out on stage, she knew all the words to her favorite songs that we made her playlist from

  • What People Ate

    Cheese Platter, Meatballs and Roasted Tomato and Artichoke Dip

  • What People Drank

    Cash bar for grown ups, Water bottles with Crystal Lite packets for kids


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