Making It Magical: 3 Must-Haves for a Kids’ Cake Decorating Party

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Throwing a kid’s birthday party involves stress and thoughtful preparation. It’s easy enough to do with a positive mindset and a little creativity.

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Kids love to count the days before their big day, so you have to come up with something unique. With all the excitement, every mum feels the pressure of planning the best party. You don’t have to plan a costly, big event. Kids will have fun as long as you make them feel special. For example, planning to have a cake decorating party will give your daughter and her guests the best day ever.

Decide on the theme

You need to know what your child would want other special day. Keep in mind that every theme you will discuss with your daughter has food suggestions and game ideas. You can choose a theme inspired by glitters, rainbow colours, or cartoon characters. Let the theme match with the décor and food. Watch for the clues that say, “Pink ribbons are nice,” or “I want to be a princess.”

Prepare the tools

It’s a great idea to give kids something to work on. Cake expert, The Sugar Box notes that just like any other activity, cake decorating needs special tools. Prepare everything that kids will need. Every child should have a mat, cutter, icing tube, and rolling pin.

Buy colourful cake toppers

After baking a big chocolate cake and cutting it into equal pieces, kids have to decorate it. It’s important to buy edible decorations and different colours of fondant. Tell them to just enjoy experimenting; give them the freedom to be a bit messy and decorate their own cake.

You can never go wrong with throwing a cake decorating party. Don’t wait for another month to plan your kid’s party. The sooner you start the better. You don’t want to forget the most important thing on the big day itself.