From: American Baby
For more help with themes and decorations, check out
Shindigz or BirthdayExpress.com. Wendy Moyle, president of Shindigz
says that of the 500 3-mails she gets each day asking for help, the
greatest number of requests are for first birthday-party ideas. Most
parents, she says, fall back on the same themes they used to decorate
baby's nursery, featuring characters such as Winnie the Pooh and the
Sesame Street Gang. "Second birthdays have a bit more personality,"
Moyle says, with themes often running along gender lines (construction
for boys, fairy princess for girls).
To send electronic invitations, visit ThePlunge.com
invites.yahoo.com or Evite.com.
For ideas on using stickers to make invitations, thank
you cards, favor bags, and even cake toppers, visit Mrsgrossmans.com
or call (800) 429-4549 to find out where you can purchase their "Kids
Parties" idea booklet.
If you live in New York City, San Francisco, Los Angeles,
Boston, Austin, Seattle or Chicago, log on to Urbanbaby.com and look
under "Play" to find locations near you where you can host a child's
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