This cake couldn’t have been easier to make! Have you ever tried the petal or cloud frosting technique? It’s been around forever and is now my new favorite. I used my vanilla cupcake recipe for the cake too, adding the red and blue sprinkles. It’s a 6″ double-layer cake. I wish I came up with the pendant banner cake topper idea. It’s just too cute! For mine, I used chevron paper, red and white twine and 2 bamboo skewers. I’m a girl who loves simple cakes!
All the hard work that goes into planning their birthday parties…totally worth it.
Just look at those sweet faces!
My kids have a sweet tooth. Wait, doesn’t every kid? They get so excited when I make these chocolate-dipped marshmallow pops. They can get it on the fun and help make them too. Stick a gluten free pretzel in a marshmallow, dip half in melted chocolate chips and sprinkle on the sprinkles. Quickest kid-friendly treat for your next party!
The snacks were some of Kaden’s favorites…popcorn, chips and guacamole, red bell peppers, grapes, and watermelon. You don’t need anything fancy for a kids birthday party, just a fun variety for your guests. Something healthy, something salty, and of course…something sweet.
Alisa @ Go Dairy Free says
Aw, what a sweet birthday Sarah! And you are the cutest family ever!
Happy belated birthday to your little guy!