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This post is courtesy of our contributor Dawn of Revel & Glitter…Can you believe it’s January? I love to kick off every New Year talking about my favorite first, the First Birthday party. There are so many fun ideas to use to inspire your party theme! If your guest list consists of littles, simple décor and activities, fun snacks and a great smash cake are enough to make it enjoyable.
I love Minted and with their range of fabulous invitations, I’m pairing them with 8 equally fabulous parties to inspire your creativity for your little one!
First Birthday Party Themes:
Did you document every moment of your little one’s first year? Share the photos and turn them into a party! Personalize a Valentinegram and turn it into an invitation. Say cheese! with this inspired party from Red Red Completely Red, featured on Apartment Therapy.
Since infancy ends at one year, say bon voyage to those days! The Bon Voyage Farewell is an online invitation and free for a limited time. Although my Bon Voyage party is New Year’s themed, there are lots of fun elements you can be inspired by, especially for a winter birthday.
Doesn’t it? Celebrate the culmination of a year of changes with the luggage-tag inspired Flying High invite. I love paper planes for party décor; Le Partie Sugar did an amazing job incorporating it into her party décor.
Pink And Gold
Need more first birthday party inspiration? Check out last year’s post on Fun Themes for a First Birthday Party and check out my previous post on Today’s Mama with one of my favorite party themes, Let’s Flamingle! from Oh Goodie Designs.
We’d like to send a big THANK YOU to Dawn of Revel & Glitter for sharing these fun ideas with us. Over on Dawn’s blog you’ll find plenty of party ideas for all of life’s celebrations. I hope you’re ready to plan a party because she’s sure to leave you inspired! Be sure to follow her on Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter for even more creative ideas.