• Lucky Strike: 3 Birthday Party Theme Ideas

    Three real moms share tried and tested party themes that were a smash hit for their children’s birthday.
  • Lucky Strike!
    Gabby’s 7th Birthday

    Theme: Bowling Blowout/Bash
    Venue: Bowling Alley, Manila Polo Club
    “For her 7th birthday party, Gabby wanted a more ‘grown up’ theme.  (She had a carnival party for her 1st birthday, a jungle party for her 2nd birthday and a space party for her 3rd birthday.) This celebration was held on the 4th of July, and since Gabby had celebrated this holiday when we were living in the States, I wanted to combine 4th of July colors with the bowling theme.  Naturally, colors were white, red and blue. We also had bowling-themed tattoos and bowling-themed jewelry.”
    This part was much simpler than the ones she used to have when she was younger, but Gabby was happy to have most of her classmates celebrate with her.  Also, it was really great that she was old enough to help me plan and prepare for her own birthday party.”
    -Mom and Kingpin, Aya

    On choosing the birthday cake: “I bought tiny bowling ball sets so that I could put the pins on the cupcakes.  Then I got a big bowling ball set to put on the cake.”

    On the games: “The main event was bowling. But Gabby thought of the only game herself.  She made a poster for Pin The Ball On The Bowling Pin."

     

    Click here to read on about Miguel's Pinocchio-themed birthday party.

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