Celebrating Summer Birthdays

Thursday , 24, May 2012 2 Comments

School is out and summer has begun!  Summertime means a lot of options for celebrating birthdays and I am always on the lookout for fun ideas to celebrate my daughter’s July birthday.  My go-to resource for birthday ideas from themes to cakes to decorations is parents.com Their site has a great selection of ideas and easy do it yourself projects.  So here are my top three ideas for a summer birthday:

  1. Ice Cream Bar – What’s a summer birthday party without ice cream?  Provide the ice cream, cones and various toppings and let the kids choose their favorites and make their own creations.
  2. Get Wet! – Whether you have a pool party or get out the sprinkler, kids love to play in the water.  If you live in the Newnan area a great place to get wet is the Utilities Park.  There are sprinklers, play areas and picnic areas for hosting a party.
  3. Backyard BBQ – There’s nothing better than sharing some good food with good friends!   At a backyard bbq the kids can run and play while the adults enjoy some adult conversation.

No matter what type of birthday party you decide to have, the most important thing is to have fun!  I still have some time to decide before the invitations have to go out, so I’d love to hear some more great summer birthday party ideas from all you moms out there!  What is the most fun summer birthday party you’ve been to?

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  • Julie says:

    My kids have summer birthdays too! For the first two years of my daughters life, we had pool parties at family members houses. Then we did two years of bouncy places. Also, last year, and every year for the foreseeable future, we’re going to do one big party for both kids because their birthdays are 2.5 weeks apart. This year we’re just going to do a backyard party-our first in our house, and I can’t wait!

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