I like themes but kinda subtle ones for a first birthday. From your OP my first thought is a 'time flies' theme. I'm not sure if you have a girl or a boy but you could have a sign that says time flies when you're having fun. You could use birds, planes or hot air balloons. It would work with any colour.
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12-01-2015 16:40 #21
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12-01-2015 16:40 #22
Oh sorry now I see you said DS....
12-01-2015 16:41 #23
I've never had a set theme but as I have girls I normally stick to pink, purple and white with maybe a few princess crowns and fairies dd3 had a few owls
12-01-2015 16:45 #24
I don't think you need a theme for a 1st birthday party. I'd just go with stuff with 1 on in the same colour/s
12-01-2015 16:51 #25
I thought the birthday was the theme!
My poor DS is going to be disappointed when he starts remembering birthdays!
12-01-2015 16:51 #26
We have DS 1st birthday next month, we weren't going to have a theme but now we are having a monkey theme. Nothing ott just the basics. I call him monkey so it seemed cute.
12-01-2015 18:05 #27
DD had a green and pink theme at home, Second birthday no theme, at a playground and third will be no theme at a play cafe.
12-01-2015 20:03 #28
Hmm I do like the rainbow theme - he is our rainbow baby
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12-01-2015 21:38 #29
We had a favourite children's character theme. Wiggles big red car cake and everyone came dressed up as a character. I loved that everyone participated.
DS2 we just had a number 1 cake and his friend came over for dinner.
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