Friday, April 3, 2009

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

This book: has just celebrated a 40th Birthday!!

Yay! It is certainly a favorite book at my house when my nieces are here. I think Hannah has it about memorized.

Why not plan a Very Hungry Caterpillar Party?? Your kids will love it!

I thought I'd share some ideas that I have found online for this wonderful kind of party.

The adventures of Tator Baby shared these photos:

Aren't they cool wall decor? :)

Lyndsay at Coco Cupcakes shared this cake: mmmmm!

These cookies (how fabulous) are from Annalise's 1st Birthday.

Check out these tablescapes:

This one from Donna at Growing Great Kids.

I really like the other ideas she shared for this party too.

And from Robyn on Flickr cute cute!


How about making this salad ~

Very Hungry Caterpillar Fruit Salad

1 Apple
2 Pears
3 Plums
4 Strawberries
5 Oranges
Bunch of Mint Leaves

Peel, pare, seed, hull and section each fruit. Cut into bite-sized pieces. Then put them all together in a big bowl and chill. Garnish each serving with a sprig of mint. Serve to a small group of friends, after reading a good book. You’ll enjoy every bit of it.

Some favor and game ideas from Pipi Langstrumpf

These awesome favors are from Jeniene on Flickr

Such wonderul, colorful and fun ideas. Now go plan your party!! :)

12 comments:

lyndsay said...

hey there lisalyn! no prob about using my pic-- this is a great post, love all the ideas you collected!! i love party planning too so i will stopping by yr blog!! :)

Iris said...

This has given me lots of great ideas for my daughter's party. Thanks so much!

Donna @ Party Wishes said...

This was one of my kid's favorite books! What a wonderful idea for a party. I had a client use my Lady Bumble Tea party to incorporate into her 2 year old's Hungry Caterpillar party.

Donna said...

We had so much fun with our Hungry Little Party! Thanks for the mention. I also did a "Wild Things" party for my 5-year-old son (based on Where the Wild Things Are), but didn't get many pictures bc we did it around a bonfire at night!
I posted the details at http://growinggreatkids.blogspot.com/2009/01/where-wild-things-were.html

Anonymous said...

Such cute ideas. I could even see it as a little devotional for a women's meeting, the caterpillar turning into a butterfly theme, and a fruit salad. Bring out the child in each of us, kind of thing!

Jen, who can't remember her password or logger identity...

Inviting Company said...

this was my favorite book as a child! What great ideas!! I look forward to following.

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