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Jordan's Hatchimals Party

Chelsea Y By Chelsea Y  in Birthday


Party Recap

We had a great time celebrating my son's birthday with the Hatchimal Theme. The kids went swimming, played in the bounce house and we did a bunch of games plus an egg hunt and finally a pinata. I had to make some of my decorations and I made the cake and cupcakes. We also had a prize table where kids could chose prizes after winning gold coins from the games.


Party Highlights

  • What People Ate

    Sandwiches, mini tacos, mini quiches, fruit salad, lots of candy, pizza and cake.

  • Party Favors

    I got cute little Hatchimal themed Eggs that contained gummies and stickers. Also some egg shaped gum and a Hatchimal necklace. Each kid also got a Hatchimal egg on their cupcake.


Party Helpers

  • Rachel




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    Erica G wrote:

    hi where did you order the background and the little hatchimal printouts?

  • Chelsea Y

    Chelsea Y wrote:

    I printed out color pictures of the Hatchimals and then cut them out myself. I got the back drop from an amazon seller in China. I sent them an image I made on my computer and they made it into a backdrop. Shipped free. Only about $20. Here’s their info

  • Kasey C

    Kasey C wrote:

    I love all the decorations! My daughter is obsessed with Hatchimals. I’m currently planning a Hatchimals party for her 6th birthday party. We are actually local to you! We live in Palm Harbor, Fl. I was wondering if you made or ordered custom invitations and where? I haven’t had much luck. Any tips or local party vendor recommendations would be so helpful! Thank you!

  • Chelsea Y

    Chelsea Y wrote:

    Hi Kasey, thanks! I had a lot of fun with my son’s Hatchimal party. I found some really nice Hatchimal party favors at Walmart and they were 50% off right after Easter. They were only found in the Easter section. I actually bought them before Easter and had them price adjusted when the prices dropped after Easter since my party wasn’t until May. And the Dollar Tree stores had some Hatchimal candy favors that also made great party favors. This was last year but you should see them soon with Easter approaching, just check the Easter sections in addition to the party ones. I made my own invitations and would have no problem sharing them with you. I made some of my party decor, ordered some from I think Party City online and then I got some Hatchimals wrapping paper and wrapped a few boxes to add to the decor. I love parties and am always happy to share when I can.

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    Ruth G wrote:

    I love all of the decorations! Hatchimals is going to be the theme for my daughters birthday party this month! I was wondering if you can please share the invitations with me please.

  • Chelsea Y

    Chelsea Y wrote:

    Hi Ruth, I don't see where I can add a picture in the comments, but I will add a photo of my invitations to the party so you can see it.

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    Michelle H wrote:

    Hello we’re did you find the bdckrounf

  • Chelsea Y

    Chelsea Y wrote:

    Hi, Michelle, I got the back drop from amazon. I messaged the seller and asked for a custom backdrop. I sent them an image I made on my computer and they made it into a backdrop. Shipped free. It was $20 total. But I'm pretty sure they are from another country and the shipping took a few weeks. Here’s their info and I'm sure you can message them for a similar one or I'd be happy to put your child's name and email you the image.