Sofia the First Birthday Theme

We had a simple celebration for my daughter\’s 2nd birthday last week with Sofia the First Theme. It was a mini party (where we have no guests!) with the goal to capture the moment of traditional candle blowing and gift giving (tipid mode)!.
Her birthday falls on weekday, so we only had dinner at a restaurant and we spent our weekend at my MIL\’s vacation house in Batangas where we had a mini-celebration.

I bought a party banner, hats and some balloons at National Bookstore to feel the Sofia the First birthday theme celebration.

Here\’s a small cake we bought at a local Bakeshop  with my DIY Polymerclay Sofia topper (hmmnnn… pwede na, agree?).

Candle blowing, captured! Atleast something to look back when she\’s older….
The celebrant\’s favorite \’pasalubong\’ at the moment was Kinder Surprise, so we came up with this huge egg as a gift.


The egg was filled  with Kinder Surprisessss, smaller plastic eggs,  additional sweet treats, and ring accessories for this Royal Princess.

Another family picture to treasure!

And, that\’s it! Another fun and simple celebration that fits the budget. How about you, how do you  make a budget-friendly birthday celebration for your little one?

14 responses to “Sofia the First Birthday Theme”

  1. best birthday moment is spent with the family. Doing the same for my kids on their birthday, takes out the stress and time-demand that a huge party can bring.


  2. This is the perfect birthday party! I read that young kids shouldn't have big parties. For a baby turning 1, 1 guest lang. 2 guests for a child turning 2 and so on. No need to overwhelm the little ones!


  3. Simple but full of happiness. You daughter's birthday party is much better than over-the-top parties that was assembled to impress guests.We are yet to celebrate my son's first birthday so we don't know yet how we'll celebrate it. I think we will also go with a simple party.


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