Host a sugary sweet birthday bash
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Host a sugary sweet birthday bash

Throwing a birthday party for your daughter can be a difficult project to undergo without first establishing a theme. Although there are many different types of parties that are appropriate for young ladies, a princess theme or teaparty can often make it difficult to keep the little boys who are invited entertained. Thankfully, there are themes that incorporate the girly details your daughter will love while still including fun that can be enjoyed by guests of both genders. Is your little girl made of sugar and spice and everything nice? Shower her with sweets for a party that she'll adore!

When sending out invitations, make sure to mention that the theme is based around candy and ask parents to R.S.V.P with a warning about any dietary restrictions, as many candy products are made in factories that also process peanuts (a common childhood allergy) and kids may be suffering from diabetes or other sugar unfriendly illnesses.

To get started, you will need to transform the party venue into a wonderful world of candy using edible decorations and delicious decorative items. Tying streamers from one end of the room to the other and hanging a large number of multi-colored balloons can help to set a fantasy-type mood, which will get kids excited for the events to come. Real candies can be used for decoration, although the party guests will likely grab for anything they can reach, so it might be easier to hang edible items like personalized lollipops out of children's reach.

A dessert table and several candy stations should be placed around the room to create a candyland vibe with personalized glass mini jars and mini woven baskets available to be filled with the delicious treats. Mini picture logo krispy treats make for an excellent parting gift and will look great when wrapped in clear cellophane and placed around the room. The birthday cake can get in on the sugary sweet fun by using multicolored ice cream cone candles!

Parents should make sure that they provide enough sugar-free foods to keep kids from getting out of control, with healthy snacks like fresh fruits and veggies placed around the room. After kids get their fill of food and treats, parents can set up a game playing station to burn off all that energy. Popular games include tag, duck, duck, goose and I spy for smaller children with several board games available to keep older children entertained.
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