From the absurd to the ludicrous, so much from Alice in Wonderland can be incorporated into your child's birthday party.
You can choose the food, the friends, the venue and the decorations - but no matter how much effort you put into planning your child’s birthday party, the one thing that you cannot control is the weather.
Has your Minecraft mad kid pleaded with you to have a Mincraft themed party? Here is everything you need to pull it off.
Deciding to throw your child a birthday party is one thing, figuring out how you keep their friends entertained is a completely different story.
These monstrous concoctions are super-easy for kids to make for New Year's Eve.
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As an Aussie kid it was a rite of passage that each year would be marked by a birthday cake baked for you from the Australian Women's Weekly Children's Birthday Cakes cookbook. Parents are still baking these birthday beauties for their kids today. Here are 72 birthday cakes made with love and inspired by the famous cookbook Photos submitted by members of Facebook group : The Australian Women's Weekly Children's Birthday Cake book is awesome
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Sarah from Crackers Art created this retro arcade party for her son Harvey's 6th Birthday. Harvey loves Pac-man and was fascinated with arcade games so you can imagine how happy he was when his mum suggested they could create his very own arcade party.
Make a batch of vanilla or chocolate flavoured cupcakes and click through our gallery to see how to decorate them into a Disney UP themed birthday cake.
Come see how a party planner captured all the sweetness and heart from the movie UP.
Try these little popcorn pops for your next party, get the kids to help out. Delicious!
The perfect rainy day activity with the kids – they'll be entertained for hours creating their Monster Cupcakes!
Children's birthday parties and celebrations have significantly changed from the days of yesteryear. But at what cost? Is birthday burnout real and how many mums are suffering?