>1st Birthday Party Backyardigans Theme-Customer Photos

2 Sep

>I have been so busy in the last couple of days,  with StixnPops orders, Paintings, parties, and planning my daughter’s Tea Party, that I have abandoned the blog… but here I am back, with beautiful  pictures from my friend’s son Lucas First Birthday party.! it was a gorgeos party filled with details, family friends, we all had a very good time! Enjoy!!! Lucas  and his brother mason are very lucky little guys, they are half Korean and half Vietnamese, and come from a very loving family… Lucas’ First Birthday party (dol) was a Backyardigans Theme Party. For those of you who does not know what a dol is here is a brief  description from wikipedia: “Dol or doljanchi is a Korean tradition that celebrates the birthday of a one-year-old baby. This ceremony blesses the child with a prosperous future and has taken on great significance in Korea.”  You can also find more information about dols at Korean First Birthday  

Beautiful Cake!!

Cute pieces of a traditional Korean Game… can you believe these are made with rice?

Great food, and great traditional Korean goodies too!!

Beautiful Family!

Dad and the Birthday Boy!!! 
…you can even see our Backyardigans Stixnpops in the background as favors and part of the decorations!


The favors table, and a beautiful frame  with Lucas’ Life in Pictures!

All the kids enjoying their favors!!! StixNpops!
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One Response to “>1st Birthday Party Backyardigans Theme-Customer Photos”

  1. Dale - 1st brithday party entertainer October 26, 2010 at 3:47 pm #

    >What a great idea. Very colorful.

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