Things‌ ‌to‌ ‌Put‌ ‌on‌ ‌Your‌ ‌Checklist‌ ‌on‌ ‌Your‌ ‌Child’s‌ ‌First‌ ‌Birthday‌

Being a parent is one of the most beautiful things that can happen to humans. Having a child brings love and happiness in life, which calls for celebration each birthday! But when it’s the first one it is meant to be very special. Planning a baby’s first bday needs a checklist for the things that need to be taken care of:


It is quite obvious that there will be many photos clicked at the birthday party, how about adding more subject to it? Imagine a family frame that reveals the family dress code For 1st birthday party. Keeping a dress code can add more grace to the party. 

Birthday girl’s dress:

One of the best ideas is to have mom and baby girl matching outfits. How cute it will be watching your mini version and you in the same outfits. It’s a trend that mothers are following for quite a while. Get something comfortable yet party wear for both of you. 

“One” cake topper:

If you want to give that Pinterest look to your cake, it isn’t hard! 

Just buy a “one” cake topper and put it on the stand on the cake. Even if it is some plan cake, adding a topper will change the entire look. 

Animal cake toppers:

Children are fascinated by animals when they see them. You can get animal shapes or print candles. Don’t forget to decorate the cupcakes you bought with little cupcake toppers. You can get jungle-themed toppers which usually come in a set. 

Transform your home into the proper baby home:

This can have different viewpoints, but in general, it is important that your home is properly baby-proof. No sharp things laying outside, soft edges of the table, etc.

Making sure your furniture is birthday party-proof means either it has a sheet on it to avoid getting stained in case of a spill which is quite common at a party. 

Take a look around the location where the celebration will be held. Remove fragile items from the party place, you’ll thank yourself later. The party you’ve planned for your precious child could include a mix of games and activities for both children and adults. People will continue to have a wonderful time, but you must have a good sense of how long the party will last in order for it to fit in with other components of the event.

Return Gifts:

Don’t forget to acquire cute return gifts for every one of your guests! These are becoming increasingly popular at parties these days, and there are a plethora of options for return gifts. Make sure you do have a count about how many children will be attending your child’s first birthday celebration so you can order gifts accordingly.

Pro tip: You have the option of giving a small box of varied chocolates or crayons and drawing books as a present.

Accept assistance:

Mothers can do anything and everything altogether. People think they’re good at managing that but they often forget in the end they’re still humans. They get tired of managing everything all together and need help even though they don’t say it out loud. While you’re trying to enjoy your baby’s big day, greeting guests, serving food, and making sure the camera batteries are fresh can be difficult to juggle. Accept the opportunity to provide a helping hand if someone offers to cut the cake, shoot the video, or refill the coffee pot.

Enjoy yourself as well:

Miss multitasker needs to put her feet up! Managing so many roles isn’t an easy thing. Being a mother and party host at the same time seems to be exhausting. Take your phone out, click some selfies with your little baby girl, your family. 

Make sure to take a photo with your child’s birthday star, enjoy the food you diligently picked, and appreciate the success of your efforts by stepping out of some of the numerous  roles you’ll play at your child’s party and into the one of party celebrants.

Above everything, have a belief that you did your best, nothing could be more perfect than this. 

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