Baseball Bonanza Birthday Party
Take the kids out to the ballpark for a fun birthday get-together.
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Make Party Favors a Home Run
Keep favors simple and on-theme: Miniature team pennants, a few baseball cards and a packet of classic chewing gum make an easy and affordable goody bag. To package the treats, put the cards and sweets into a clear bag and affix the pennant to the top with a band of colored masking tape. Alternately, peanuts and Cracker Jack would also be pitch-perfect treats for this ballgame birthday.
Before everyone leaves, ask all of your child’s friends to sign a baseball at the party. It will be a memento that will be cherished today – and 20 years from now.
Laura Fenton is a Brooklyn-based writer and stylist whose work has appeared in many publications, including Country Living, Family Circle and Good Housekeeping. She is also a regular contributor to ShelterPop.com.
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