How to celebrate 1 year old baby

The first birth­day of a child is the result of his achieve­ments over the past year. Dur­ing this time, the baby learned to sit, stand, acquired the first teeth and learned to take the first steps. As a rule, the hol­i­day is cel­e­brat­ed with friends, rel­a­tives and acquain­tances. But it hap­pens that a birth­day is spent in the cir­cle of one’s own fam­i­ly. How to cel­e­brate the birth­day of a child so that he will be remem­bered for the rest of his life?
How to celebrate 1 year old baby

You will need

  • Card­board, glue, paints, water, brush, glit­ter, prod­ucts, bal­loons, pho­tographs, draw­ing paper, sou­venirs.


Start by invit­ing guests to the par­ty. You can make them your­self from impro­vised means or use the ser­vices of com­pa­nies spe­cial­iz­ing in hold­ing chil­dren’s par­ties. On the invi­ta­tion, you need to indi­cate the time, place of the name day, and also place pho­tos of the baby. You can involve a child in the man­u­fac­ture of invi­ta­tions, which on the back, with the help of fin­ger paints, can leave prints of their pens.

On invi­ta­tion cards, you can state the text in poet­ic form. They are dec­o­rat­ed with glit­ter and glue, rib­bons, draw­ings.

Think about how you will dec­o­rate the room where you plan to hold the event. Use bal­loons with dif­fer­ent pat­terns, you can choose a theme from a car­toon or just choose prod­ucts of dif­fer­ent col­ors.
Posters are often used in the design, which can also be made using impro­vised means and pho­tographs of the baby, in addi­tion, such posters can be ordered from a print­ing house. On a large piece of draw­ing paper, place sev­er­al pho­tographs of the baby, write his achieve­ments over the past year, a graph of the growth and change in weight of the baby. Leave space for guests to write wish­es for the child for the future.
Make up the menu depend­ing on the num­ber of guests and the dura­tion of the planned birth­day. First, be guid­ed by how many guests will be chil­dren and how many adults. It is nec­es­sary to find out in advance the tastes and pref­er­ences. Some chil­dren suf­fer from aller­gies, so when set­ting the table, you need to take into account the pref­er­ences of each of them. Buy baby purees, juices and cook­ies in advance.
Devel­op the adult menu as you wish. You can orga­nize a buf­fet or a full din­ner with a set of appe­tiz­ers, sal­ads and hot dish­es. Be sure to make a cake. You can bake it your­self and dec­o­rate it as you wish or order it in a pas­try shop. A cake for the first birth­day can be pre­pared in the form of a fish, a train, a boat, a gaze­bo with toys, and so on. You can not lim­it your imag­i­na­tion.
For a baby, the cake is baked sep­a­rate­ly or made from baby cook­ies. Lay­ered with cot­tage cheese cream or baby puree. Most impor­tant­ly, do not for­get to put one can­dle in the mid­dle of such a birth­day cake, which the child can blow out with your help.
For the birth­day boy, pre­pare sev­er­al beau­ti­ful ele­gant cos­tumes at once so that you can change clothes if he gets dirty. Also pre­pare dia­pers and clean water to drink. Usu­al­ly at this time, chil­dren are just learn­ing to cope with the pot­ty, in the pres­ence of guests they may become con­fused and not ask to go to the toi­let.
Greet guests with the birth­day boy, give them caps with bright pat­terns at the entrance or give each a mem­o­rable sur­prise. Kids love gifts, and their good mood from the very begin­ning of the hol­i­day will be in your favor.
Focus on the pref­er­ences of the guests. Maybe one of them knows how to play musi­cal instru­ments, orga­nize music con­tests, play for­feits or sing chil­dren’s songs in karaoke. Since chil­dren have a lot of ener­gy, offer them var­i­ous out­door games. For exam­ple, hide and seek, impromp­tu foot­ball, con­struc­tor, watch­ing car­toons and pup­pet the­ater. Pre­pare small gifts for them.
So that the child does not get tired, plan a hol­i­day for the after­noon, when he has already slept and last­ing no more than three hours. Thank your guests for com­ing to cel­e­brate your baby’s first birth­day!
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By Yara