Mary Poppins Party Details:
This is what Courtney said about planning the party- “It was so much fun to celebrate my daughter’s second birthday with something she loves so much. Mary Poppins filled our thoughts and imagination for the day, and it was quite a jolly holiday. I filled in all the roles from sewing and crafting to baking. The party activities included a kite decorating craft, a bird feeder craft, and a musical parade. The snacks included peanut butter and jelly sandwiches cut with a penguin sandwich cutter, penguin crackers, umbrella cheese, popcorn, and lemonade. The umbrella cheese was made from Babybel cheese rounds cut in half. I trimmed some black straws from Ikea to make the handles. I made the banner from copied book pages from our vintage Mary Poppins books. Moving on to the sweets, we had plenty of Mary Poppins themed treats. We had dipped marshmallow chimney sweeps. The Jell-O clouds were blue Jell-O topped with a homemade marshmallow dollop. It wouldn’t be a Mary Poppins party without a nod to the spoon full of sugar th at makes the medicine go down. I bought these cute sundae spoons at Joann’s on clearance and used them to make cake-pop spoons. The final table was home to the favors. The sugar cookie garland spelled out Supercalifragilisticexpialidoc
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