Hello Kitty Birthday Party

My daughter turned 5 this month and we went all out with Hello Kitty. Beginning with the invitations:
All these were made at home using my Epson Printer. You can really make a statement by simply running your envelopes through the printer and adding a bit of flair!
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The front was the invitation, then a layer of black cardstock and her photo on the very back.
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DIY Cupcake stand! See tutorial Here
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Most themed decorations are from Walmart
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Again added a special touch on the goody bags by running them through my printer
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Ok, the cake was a hot mess! We wanted fondant but they were out, then the name was spelled wrong, the Hello Kitty resemblance is questionable, they forgot the candles that were supposed to be on the cake board and finally I requested a 12” cake board so it would fit on the stand but it came on a 14”. To top it off my son stuck his finger in it so we had to cover the hole with a #5 candle. But atleast it tasted fabulous!
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Also surprised her with a Hello Kitty room!
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Three things to never forget at any kid birthday party 1. Pinata, 2. Chocolate Fountain 3. Cotton Candy maker! This one is a Bella Cotton Candy maker you can use sugar or hard candy in it. Place the cotton candy in ice cream cones for added cuteness.
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