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7 Ways to Create A Royal Celebration For Your Child’s Birthday

July 10, 2012

A child´s birthday is a BIG occasion, so why not make the festivities “royal”?! I See Me! offers 7 ways to make your child´s birthday a royal celebration.

Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) July 10, 2012

1.    Turn the birthday girl into a birthday princess“¦

You can turn the birthday girl into a princess with the My Royal Birthday Adventure personalized storybook by I See Me!. This beautifully illustrated book takes the birthday child on an adventure to a magical birthday kingdom.

According to the blog Bird´s Party, “We read My Royal Birthday Adventure for girls and I LOVE it!! The story is totally enchanting, the illustrations are stunning, and the magical and special feeling we had reading a personalized story really was the icing on the cake!”

2.    Turn the birthday boy into a royal knight“¦

The My Royal Birthday Adventure book by I See Me! also comes in a birthday boy version in which your child gets dubbed a royal knight on his birthday! According to blogger Mommies with Cents, “This book is beyond words cute. Each personalized element is like the cherry on top of a sundae, super sweet and special. The illustrations are whimsical.” Visit the I See Me! site to take a peek inside.

Reading the storybook aloud at the birthday party is sure to be a big hit with all of your noble young guests!

3.    Dress Up for the Occasion“¦

Have the birthday party guests dress up for the occasion. Birthday girl guests will especially love dressing up in fancy gowns and crowns to make the event feel extra special and glamorous. Creating a knight´s shield and/or chest plate is also an easy and fun activity for the boys.

4.    Pin The Tail On The“¦

No royal celebration would be complete without games! Pinning the tail on the dragon and going on a royal scavenger hunt for treasures are both adorable ways to keep children involved and fun going at the party.

5.    Hand Deliver the Invitations“¦

A personal touch for any royal birthday celebration is printing out the invitations on paper that looks like parchment. Simply roll the invitations up, tie them with ribbon and hand-deliver them to your royal guests!

6.    Let Them Eat Cake“¦

How about serving up a cake shaped like a medieval castle? or a dragon? or a crown? The “serving of the birthday cake” is always a big spectacle at any kid´s party. Take it a step further by serving some tea along with the cake for the birthday girl.

7.    Have a crowning moment“¦

Have your guests decorate paper king and queen party crowns with markers, gemstones and stickers. The kids will enjoy making and wearing them. Just imagine how cute your party pictures will turn out with all of your little guests wearing their creations!

I See Me! Inc. creates high-quality personalized children´s books that celebrate the uniqueness of each child and build self-esteem. I See Me! Inc. products are personalized with the child´s name. You can also connect with I See Me! on Facebook or on Twitter.

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