All birthdays are special and the second birthday of the little ones is the one where the baby stage ends. They are now real toddlers with being able to fully express what they think, what they like or… what they don’t like for that matter. I have a very strong willed little girl on my hands. Lucky me, I know. But it’s a gift for her life. So I let her have her word, whenever we decide about something for her. Small things of course. Like I did let her pick what she liked the best from Personalised Parties‘ children’ party themes and so she picked the llama theme.
The llama design is quite trendy these days, so I noticed, when having a browse around on Pinterest for inspiration. It’s cute, quirky, unisex and definitely different from the main stream Disney and superhero themed designs. I also love the fact that you can use lots of bright and bold colours. So I picked yellow, red and light blue to work with.
Here’s what you need:
Personalised Parties’ Llama Pack (We we’re invited to review the party pack before its official release in August.) This cute design has a signature colour of yellow and a can be personalised with the birthday girl’s or boy’s name and age. It also features some cactuses apart from the llamas. The pack consist of paper plates, paper cups, party hats, party masks, party boxes and 2 different sets food flags. A pack (8 pieces of each item) cost £29.99. I absolutely loved them! Easy to assemble and lovely bright colours! I used the food flags for fruit pieces this time, as I didn’t want to have too much sweets out for the little people. The party bags were filled with cookies anyway…
I picked some biodegradable balloons from Little Cherry in yellow, red and light blue. Normal balloons are not very kind on the environment, especially the helium filled balloons, so we stopped using them. These are the same quality as normal balloon, but they are eco-friendly. I also bought some paper straws from them.
Cake and cookies
The cake and cookies were made by one of my mummy friends, she already made cakes for me. Her cakes are so creative and most importantly – also gorgeous yummy! Look at Lau’s cake! It was yummy chocolate cake (her favourite) and buttercream with icing decoration. Both the cake and the little llama biscuits were colour coordinated as well.
I even managed to pick up an adorable little jumpsuit for her with the same yellow colour and llama pattern (from Marks & Spencer)
We received the llama party pack from Personalised Parties in exchange for the review.
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