Introduction and Party Invitations
Do you live with a little chef who loves to cook and bake up a storm right along your side? If so, a cooking birthday party is an exceptional theme for your little cook and his or her party guests. It’s a budget-friendly party, too, in that many of the activities will revolve around cooking, which can also serve as your party meal. Combining activities with the menu as well as the space will keep your little chefs cooking up a storm on budget and on time.
Purchase inexpensive wooden spoons. Using heavy card stock cut out small, flat recipe cards and write your cooking party details on them. Hole punch your cards and attach to the handle of the wooden spoon with a pretty ribbon. These can be mailed in bubble envelopes or hand-delivered. Request that your guests bring their spoons with them to your party.
Alternatively, create an invitation card. On the front of the card, place a picture of your birthday chef cooking and welcome them to Birthday Child’s Name Kitchen! Inside your invitation card, write your party details.
Note: Use thematic language:
- Handful of friends
- One cup of creativity
- Two cups of laughs
- A pinch of imagination
Mix friends and one cup of creativity together. Slowly add two cup of laughter and a pinch of imagination. Blend until fun bubbles to the top. Bake at address. Serve from party time.