Wordless Wednesday: A Party To Dye For

This weekend we celebrated my son’s 5th birthday with his friends and it was a real blast from the past!

No offense to places such as Chuck E Cheese, Bounce U or Screaming Parties, but I always like to something a little different from the parties we go to.  We held his party at a great place I found called Tie Dye Town.

My son getting his tie-dye party on!

The kids got to let their imaginations run wild with art and got to squish, scribble, smear and create their own masterpieces. Each kid designed their own personalized tie dye t-shirt to take home as part of their goody bag (they also got a fun light-up peace symbol necklace & a temporary peace symbol tattoo) and also took part in creating a huge birthday mural for my son!


My son experimenting with spin art while my daughter tackled the foam paint

Where else could you be encouraged to write on the wall..and not get into trouble?

Then they all donned tie dye shirts & crazy costumes for a photo to remember.  Everyone had a fun time and us parents were all in stitches when the kids started putting on the crazy 70s wigs, beads & glasses.  It was a place where kids could get messy and write on the walls and the best part was that I didn’t have to clean it up!

A fun photo that everyone will remember!

It isn’t a real party unless there is cake!

Now it’s your turn to share. What kind of birthday cake do you like best?

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  1. says

    Hopping over from the yyzbambina WW. Looks like a wonderful party! I absolutely love tye dye and this is such a great way for kids to stay busy, create something unique and their own and no mess for you to clean up!
    My favourite cake is white cake with buttercream frosting. Yumm
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