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My little sister is turning 11 in two weeks, and while I’m missing her birthday (living across the country from my family strugs), the party planner in me still can’t help but daydream of how she should celebrate. As soon as I saw this fantastic cake from Coco Cake Land, I was in love. Cat Party. How great would that be? For this party, I’m thinking lots and lots of bright bright colors and just piles of desserts. Probably wouldn’t make the parents too happy, but hey, kid’s birthday parties are designed for gorging yourself on sugar. There’d be face painting (of course) and every kid would get a headband with kitty ears on it to wear.
Sadly, my little sister does not seem as enthralled with this idea as I am. She wants to go to a water park or something. But hey, that means this theme is up for grabs with my next birthday rolls around 🙂
I love party planning. In fact, it’s my third choice career (after lawyer and astrophysicist). I wish I had the time and the money (and let’s be honest, the friends) to throw amazing parties every week. Alas, I do not. But I can dream! Which is what Pinterest is for, right? My Party Time board is probably a little too big, but one of my favorite things to do is go on there and plan imaginary parties that I will probably never throw. Here’s some ideas for one such party:
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I’m really not sure what you would call the theme of this party. Fabulous maybe? I’m going with that. Basically, I want this party to be about having fun and drinking champagne. I’m picturing a girl’s night with lots of gold and probably too many balloons. I like the idea that the colors would all be pretty neutral (think creme), until slicing into the cake. And of course, wearing a crown just makes everything a little more fabulous.