We decided to celebrate these girls with a...
Of course we asked the girls first. We wanted to make sure they would be ok with that idea.
They were thrilled and so excited!
My daughter acted like it was pretty much the best plan... ever.
So we had a double birthday party! It was a fantastic way to have a party and I would do a double party again in a heartbeat! Double trouble and double fun.
We hired magician Paul Brewer from Utah Magic. He did a FANTASTIC job! Because we did a double birthday he brought two rabbits (one for each birthday girl to hold). He brought a bird as well. He did ballon animals, gave magic wands to the kids and was hilarious. Here is his info for anyone looking for a fabulous magician in Utah.
We made each child their own individual
Magic Hat cake!
If you wanted to do something like this I would recommend having a little take home bag for the cake. There is no way an 8 year old girl could polish off one of those cakes herself. So you'll want to send the leftovers home for her to share or snack on later. Also The kids pulled out their suckers and set them with their other goodies to take home.
We also added glitter to the inside of each letter. The photo's don't do these justice. They look cute here but in real life they were stunning!
The felt owls were such a hit at my daughters Night Owl Party that I couldn't resist doing it again. And honestly… I have a couple of party's I'm planning right now with more hand sewn felt gifts. They do take time. But felt is so inexpensive and the kids just love them… and I love creating them.
So it makes it worth it.
He deserves a high five… it got hot under there!
(These are cotton parade gloves I purchased at gloves-online)
(A cellophane bag filled with a few magic tricks and treats)