Congratulations! Your baby has survived the first year of risky life. Infant mortality was high not so long ago. Modern medical technology and better health care have made it possible for many babies to celebrate their first birthday. Share the joy with family members, friends, and your loved ones birthday gift.
Step 1. INVITATIONS. Decide who you invite. Babies are naturally fascinated by other children and babies. She is too young to go on play dates. I suggest that you find a friend, cousin, or other child who is about one year old. This will make the party even more interesting. Once you have your guest list, it is easy to calculate how much room you will need and how much food.
Step 2. LOCATION. Babies are easier at home. Babies who aren’t used to crowds may become overwhelmed by the noise and people at her birthday party. Be sensitive to what she feels. This is her day. Make her smile.
Step 3. THEME. The theme is different for adults and older kids at this age. The baby won’t understand what you’re doing. Good memories and pictures can be made with the themes. The party supply shops offer many themes. It is convenient to have all your supplies organized around one theme. Little Prince, Little Princess, Safari Animals or Teddy bear picnic are all good options for children. Make sure it is soft and secure. For this first birthday, you don’t need clowns and balloon animal creators.
Step 4. FOOD. You can eat any type of food for both the kids and adults. Always fun is eating pizza and hamburgers. Baby still enjoys eating baby food, so don’t be too concerned about the food. It is important to have a lovely Birthday Cake. Add a theme-related topping to the birthday cake and make sure it is removed quickly before your baby takes it out. You can write Happy Birthday on the cake with icing. Include at least one candle. DON’T FORGET ICE CREAM
Step 5. DECORATIONS. Banners with Happy Birthday, streamers or paper plates, cups and napkins that match the theme are all good ideas. A party for adults doesn’t have to be adorned with flowers and candles. Make sure it’s safe and soft.
Step 6. ENTERTAINMENT. Babies love to interact with other children. It is important to supervise your baby and let them have a lot of fun. Wait until your child turns eighteen to hire entertainment. The party should be about one and a half hours long. If the party lasts for longer than that, your little ones won’t be as stimulated. If the camera uses digital cameras, assign someone to take photos. Be sure they are stocked up with batteries and a spare card. If your camera is film-based, ensure you have plenty film rolls. Either set up a videocamera to capture the entire group or give one person the responsibility of carrying it around and recording the memories.
Step 7. GIFTS. The baby will be given a gift by everyone: stuffed animals and cloth books, clothes, games, toys. It’s not unusual for her to be more drawn to wrapping and bows. She will eat everything. It is possible to have to remove one of these bows or wraps that are toxic. Watch out for small pieces of games. Babies are prone to choking. Remember. This is our most important birthday! Enjoy your day and treat it accordingly.
Birthdays are a special day for the birthday person. Sometimes, it is more that a birthday.