My Little Day: Un Super Anniversaire

There are people in this world who know how to throw a birthday party for their children with panache (Esther being the prime example). Then there are people like me, who draw a blank when it comes to entertaining 10 kids in my house for a few hours! (I am really good at entertaining adults, by the way: I can mix up a mean cocktail and know how to put together a great playlist to get the party going. I don’t understand why I am so intimidated by kids parties!)

Anyway, help is at hand as my absolute favourite birthday supply shop My Little Day finally came out with their very own book about birthday parties. You can find inspiration for party themes, recipes and a whole list of games divided up by ages, which is super practical.

The little hitch is that the book only exists in French, but even if you only understand a little bit, it is totally worth it. I actually think it is really interested to see what games children play in France (I did not know half of them)!

– Emilie

P.S. My Little Day also does amazing party kits.


Comments (3)

Esther in Amsterdam
May 22, 2013

Haha — you are exaggerating! You always come up with the cutest party ideas yourself! (BTW I would love to take a peek at this book, I love everything from the girls from My Little Day!) xxx

May 22, 2013

I did use some of My Little Day articles as props for a photo shoot we did in Spain (the first one ever for La Coqueta) and the images looked amazing. It would be great to have My Little Day in London…I’m running out of ideas for my kid’s birthday parties! I will definitely get the book! xx

May 27, 2013

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