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What Mom with a toddler has not heard the happy screams when the big purple dinosaur comes laughing and singing into their living room? Well, if you have a toddler and Barney is his thing, have I a party for you!
Decorations for this party are as simple as purple streamers and purple balloons. Decorate the table with a purple tablecloth that you have decorated with Barney stickers. In the background, you may want to play a Barney tape or CD to set the mood for your young partygoers. Purple plates and cups can be bought at the dollar store and you can get the table cloth there also.
Invites can be store bought or you can make your own on your computer. There are many graphics of Barney out there. You can find them by using any search engine. Just type in Barney graphics. You can find invites also at websites that have invitations that you can make for free, just fill in your information and print.
Now, I am all for taking help from the store when I can but there is something nice about a homemade cake. Most bakery departments in your local grocery will have a Barney cake and if you want to go that route, great but if you want to save money or you just like to bake, you can make your own.
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I have a son and daughter (twins) who are about to turn 3 very soon and this is the first official birthday party with friends they will have. I would like it to be special for them and fun for boys and girls. Any ideas. I think they have agreed on either Barney or a farm theme. Thanks for the ideas.
Don't do a pinata. Have you ever watched America's Funniest Home Videos? Those things can be dangerous to whoever helps spin the kids around. LOL Good luck with the party! I hope everything goes well for you!
Well, if it's a farm theme, you can rent one of those petting zoos (price differs according to number of animals) and give them a bouncy room. Include insurance because you never know what a kid will do.
Coloring t-shirts as souvenirs would keep little hands busy for a few minutes.
i think a farm theme would be easier and funner...cuz all kids love animals! check out birthdaypartyideas.com for lots of great ideas. hope this helps!