We were greeted in fishing style for JJ’s 2nd birthday celebration.
This would be where the littles could cast and fish for treats.
Fun fish party themed events and food for the day.
Puffer Fish fruit kebobs.
Fish Veggie tray.
The tackle box with worms and bait.
Lunch was fish themed, too, with tuna sandwiches, fish sticks, shrimp, etc.
Our daughter in law always finds the best ideas for themed parties.
Too much fun to make it into one post. More to come.
Happy new week everyone. We are looking forward to a low key week that will end in May!
14 thoughts on “JJ’s Fishing Birthday Party!”
What an amazing idea! I love the croissants.
Yourdaughter-in-law is gifted in planning and exciting birthday parties. Unfortunately, we are in our 3rd lock down in Ontario, Canada
It was my granddaughter 5th birthday today.. All we could do was a driveby birthday party and drop a gift to birthday girl.
I did wear my birthday fascinator and made a magic wand to wave to her out the window that added to festivities.
Sally, sorry about the lockdown. What a great idea to wear that fascinator and wave with that magic wand!
I am surprised how fast the kiddies are growing, JJ is 2 yr old. The party food looks delicious.
I am sure JJ and everyone had a fun time. Take care, enjoy your day! Have a great new week!
What an awesome creative theme!! Love the puffer fish and the croissants so much. So fun …
Your daughter-in-law is a fantastic party giver!! So many fun and creative ideas there! Happy birthday to JJ (can’t believe he’s TWO)! Looking forward to more peeks at the party . . .
What a fun idea and so imaginative. Bet you all had noisy fun 🙂 B x
I enjoyed seeing the delicious party food and fun ideas for the themed party. I’m sure you all had a great time especially the birthday boy.
Your dil did a fantastic job. The tackle box made me giggle!
Wow–what a wonderful theme and sweet ideas for a birthday party! Happy 2nd birthday to your grandson!
Wow so much creativity went into the theme of the party. Everything looks amazing!!
So darling, Ellen! How fun and so creative.
This brought a smile to my face! She went to a lot of work, but such great ideas and what fun it must have been to be there! I love the crab croissants!