Maxwell's shark themed birthday party was a great success. About 2 months before the party I scoured the internet in search of anything & everything shark related. I found some great stuff on Oriental Trading C
. Chris and I also visited the Toy District downtown LA and found some great party favors for the kids to take home. I ordered the bounce house from Magic Jump Rental
and the tables and chairs from A Rental Connection
I placed butcher paper on the kids table with glass bowls that held crayons, bubbles, plastic sea creatures, gummy sharks, goldfish snacks and party snaps.
The shark fins were tons of fun only wished I had ordered more of those. Plastic blow up sharks were fun too! The kids ended up bringing them into the bounce house for even more fun. Found a huge cut out of a shark for pictures and a shark banner wishing Maxwell a Happy Birthday.
The menu was pretty simple and yummy too - crockpot mac n cheese, pigs in a blanket, mini sandwiches, salads and KFC because who doesn't love KFC? okay maybe vegetarians.
The cake was made by Porto's
bakery in Burbank.
This was a huge party for us because all of Maxwell's friends from his kindergarten class were invited along with all of our family and closest friends. I knew he'd be overloaded on gifts so I had asked his classmates to donate in Maxwell's name to Sea Shepherd
. Sadly thousands of sharks are killed each year for their fins alone and thrown back into the water to die on the ocean floor. Maxwell's dream is to someday swim with the sharks. We were glad so many parents responded very generously with donations.
This was a fabulous party and I'm so glad Maxwell enjoyed because I really did!
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