Confetti Guess: When guests first arrive, give them a slip of paper and a pencil for the confetti guess. Fill a jar with an assortment of candy and have each guest guess how many candies fill the jar. The person with a guess closest to the actual number wins the entire jar of candy!
Balloon Pop: The balloon pop is a great game for children of all ages. Have each party guest blow up a balloon and, using ribbon or string, tie it loosely to their ankle. When you say “Go!” guests have to try and pop each other’s balloon’s without getting their own balloon popped. The last person with a balloon left un-popped is the winner!
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Let party guests decorate their own mini cupcakes. Using the recipe from our party guide, we baked these in mini muffin pans. Provide a bowl of frosting and plenty of sprinkles. Tipping the cupcake upside down, swirl in a bowl of frosting. Remove and dip in a a bowl of sprinkles.
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Party Food: Keep food super simple for this party. We served circle sandwiches, fruit balls, and cupcakes. Just make sure that everything is circular. Easy breezy.
Party Punch: Who says punch can’t be filled with confetti, too? We froze grapes and blueberries (so they will float), and added them to our confetti punch. Any fruit juice added to seltzer water will work well.
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