Last weekend we celebrated our little goddaughter’s 7th birthday. She had never had a party and we couldn’t be happier to be able to do it for her. We decided early on to make it a surprise party and we didn’t tell anyone in the Hubby’s side of the family. We were hoping to have a beautiful sunny Southern California day but unfortunately it was extremely cold. It was so cold I had to bring out blankets for everyone to use. I know that if my family from Kansas is reading this they will laugh at us but give me a break 50 °F is cold to us. If you follow me on Twitter or on Instagram you know that I got a cold the day after Thanksgiving. I wasn’t planning on getting sick and as a result I didn’t have time to finish up some projects I had planned to do. Without further ado here’s the small party we had for our little goddaughter.
Birthday banner: Party City.
Hello Kitty hats: I added the Hello Kitty faces to hats from Target using my friend’s Cricut cartridge.
Hello Kitty water: I got the idea from here.
Hello Kitty cotton candy: I bought it at the 99 cent only store.
Hello Kitty marshmallows: I bought them at Daiso Japan.
Banana pudding recipe: Here
Cake and candle: Ralphs
Hello Kitty cake pops: Bakerella
Hello Kitty Piñata: Our local hispanic water store
I hope you enjoyed the little party we threw for our sweet goddaughter. It was a lot of work but it was well worth it. One thing I learned during this party was that if I’m hosting I don’t have time to take pictures.