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Andrea recently hosted a Candyland themed birthday party for her daughters 3rd birthday. Not only are the decorations amazing but it looks like she had the whole neighborhood out to help in pulling it off. What a lovely day for a little girl.
The food table was truly a candy-filled-wonderland with dots, sugar daddys, cotton candy, smarties and so much more. It was a beautiful display of such a fun party theme. The cupcakes had custom toppers and everyone enjoyed the beautiful candy formed cake. Above the table float bright tissue bursts announcing the guest of honor.
The backyard was lined with these huge garden lollipops. Andrea made them herself with a foam core, tissue paper and a cellophane wrap.
Outside was where most of the party happened as it boasting a huge carnival set-up. With bunting hanging above and multiple games laid out for the kids to play. There was even a spin-art machine (remember those?) and prizes awarded to everyone. Andrea had the older kids from the neighborhood come to man the games. They each wore a custom made apron to go along with the Candyland theme.
While the kids played the adults were able to relax, resting on candy themed pillows laid out amongst the patio furniture.
Each family took home a boxed candyland game with a custom made label thanking them for taking part in the party. I love the idea of giving favors that will encourage family bonding at kids parties- easy and a brilliant idea.
This much candy could make any kid bounce off the walls, let alone in a large group. A fun but trying lesson of having a candy themed birthday.
Thanks for sharing with us Andrea. Vote by commenting below if you would like Andrea to win the challenge.