Milestone Birthday Party Supplies – Your One Stop Shop
Whether this is your baby's first, a Sweet 16, 21st, or 60th, we celebrate the journey with you. You'll find a treasure of milestone birthday party supplies to make the party a firecracker. Check out our milestone party decorating ideas and milestone favor ideas. If you have several in your family celebrating milestones this year, join Party Plus and getting free shipping for a year.
Milestone Birthday Party Supplies – Great Milestone Ideas
We're delighted to bring this quick, milestone birthday party video to you. It's chalk full of original ideas and supplies to celebrate your special someone's milestone birthday in style.
Did you like the collage picture invitation in the video? You can create a personalized photo card or even Shep's 50th birthday candles invitation for your own special someone. Mail out your invites at least three weeks in advance to give friends and family time to save your date.
Wendy shared a delightful idea brought to life at Shep's 50th birthday party. Since Shep likes to golf, Wendy labeled each hole with a personalized yard sign with the hole's number and a picture of Shep at that age. So, at hole one, a sign with one-year-old Shep started the fun. You can take this milestone birthday idea and make it your own. For example, bring your milestone birthday babe to a rotation of her friend's homes. Have a happy birthday sign with a new picture in front of each home. Give attendees picture buttons of your birthday honoree.
Wendy surprised Shep with his own life-sized standee. Then, she found an older family photo to create a milestone, tabletop standee. For her father's 85th birthday, Wendy designed a thoughtful, memory board.
Try Wendy's tips for milestone party decorating. Place a few photo canvases around the party room. These are elegant talking points and conversation starters for any event. Hang them on your wall after the party. She likes to bring tables together with personalized vases filled with sand and topped with silk flowers or balloons. Next to each vase, add votive candles and an acrylic frame with a list of the birthday honoree's favorite things, movies, vacation spots, pictures, etc. Again, your goal is to stir up conversation to keep guests interacting with each other, as well as the milestone birthday boy or girl.
Keep the event rolling with little games and awards, such as personalized bottle labels, mint tins, chocolate b-day lollipops, or fan faces. As the host or hostess, wave goodbye to happy and satisfied guests as everyone blows noise blowouts in their cone hats!