First off, I prepared a great [I think] background or photo-opp wall so everyone can immediately realize what the party is about. I also prepared the "coloring table" and designed the crayon buckets. Crowdtap provided a party kit with printable coloring sheets, puzzles, mazes and also tic-tac-toe. I am proud to say I was able to utilized every single thing. Thanks to my husband for printing the materials. I put the activity sheets in a folder so it will be organized and they won't be jealous of each other. The girls did everything except for the tic-tac-toe, which made the boys busy.
The kids' activity kit.
After doing the activities above, it's time for the most-exciting part, at least for the kids, of the party. The Make Your Own Monster Cupcake thing! It was a huge click event the adults joined in making them. I think they were also excited to eat them. Just look at the pictures below, who wouldn't, right?
I also prepared prizes, mango powder candies and lollipops.
Here are some of the cupcake creations:
Girls made them.
Obviously, of course, made by the parents.
Overall, I'd say everybody had blast. I think it's the best party I've hosted so far. I hope I get to host these kinds. Oh well, until next!
Disclaimer: I applied and was chosen to host this party but I was not compensated in anyway to do a blog post.