I usually create my own loot bags and cater that bag to each kid's ages.
Generally for boys, you can't go wrong with hotwheels though.
I generally put in bubbles for almost all ages and both boys and grils, some candy, and then a 3-5 age/ge
I did a book that went along with the theme. Last year it was Monkies and I sent home the book, Curious George Says Thank You. It was perfect cause I wrote right away in it Thank you for __________, Love Molly.
mgrulke:I gave each child a monkey shaped cup with lid and straw, I wrote their names on it so they could use it through out
I gave each child a monkey shaped cup with lid and straw, I wrote their names on it so they could use it through out
At DS's 1st bday, we had a big age span, and I got different color party bags for little kids vs. big kids. For his 2nd bday, I was lazy and got sesame street buckets with bubbles, bouncy ball, slinky, funky pens, bags of goldfish, and chips ahoy
I really like the edible favor (cookies or candy) and the book favor ideas!
ETA: Do you have a theme?
Thanks everyone! We don't have a theme (just 1st birthday and the decorations are primary colors with stars) so that was also making things sort of difficult. But, I went to Target this morning and found these cool bubble wands. They
I did airplane shaped crayons and airplane stickers at his most recent party, which was airplane themed. The kids in attendance wered 14 months to 6 years and all seemed pleased.