Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Japanese Style

Recently Grace attended a birthday party  and it was Japanese style.
The girls all had kimonos, and put geisha makeup on. They fixed their hair up with the cutest little chopsticks.
Her friend's mom made the dinner most of it from scratch like won-ton soup, green tea, and rice with seaweed, Crab Rangoon and several other things. It was a great experience for all of them.
It was Graces first time to try Sushi and she actually liked it! 
Each girl got a goldfish bowl with two goldfish to take home.
This was definitely a party she won't forget.
Such great memories with sweet friends

23 comments:

  1. What a great idea for a party!! They look like they are having so much fun. Great pictures.

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  2. That is an adorable idea! Love the whole thing. The kimonos and makeup, to the table layout and food.
    Too cute. I will have to file that one in my memory for when my little girl is a bit older!

    And yeah for liking sushi! Spicy Cowboys are my fav!

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  3. That is an awesome party! How original.

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  4. Too cute! Michael loves sushi - shocked me.

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  5. What a great idea for a party! She looks just beautiful. How did you feel about your new pets?

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  6. Wow, I have never seen or thought of a party like this. Super creative AND educational!

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  7. Holy cow, who came up with the idea for this theme? How cool is that????? Was Grace the only one that liked the sushi?
    All the girls look beautiful, as did you!

    Justine :o )

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  8. WOW what a cool and original idea for a BDay party!
    Great Pix!

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  9. It looks like the girls had a bunch of fun. How creative!

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  10. How creative, I'll have to keep that idea for later.

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  11. how creative is this mom! too cool & for sure a party she won't forget!

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  12. I absolutely love the idea. Grace looks beautiful all dolled up oriental-like! =)

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  13. That is probably the coolest thing I've ever heard. Where did they get all the kimono's? Did you buy them or rent them? I have a 7 year old party to plan and that would be the coolest party.

    Yes, I will steal it in a skinny minute if I can find kimono's. lol

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  14. Seems like a lovely party. Since I am color blind I find it diificult to read your posts because of the light colors you have chosen, I try to read quickly as much as possible before the whole page loads. Oh well. its just me.

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  15. What a fantastic thing to do! The girls look superb :)

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  16. What a really neat idea!~ And what a great way to experience culture from far away. Wonderul pic's..

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  17. What a brilliant idea and they look so happy!

    do you "know" Antigoni from Greece and her family.
    I am thinking you together, I think you two could
    be good friends!

    http://antigonisdiary.blogspot.com/

    Go and visit her and tell greetings from me!

    Happy Eastern to you and yours!

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  18. Sorry my misstake, Michelle! I mean of course Happy Easter!!

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  19. That looked like a fun party! Very different.

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