Harmony’s Mexican party was held today and it was a huge hit.
I can’t quite believe my first born will be 11 on Tuesday, time really does fly while you’re having fun, and I’ve well and truly been blessed with my girl.
This was the first year Harmony hasn’t wanted a big party with all her friends from school in attendance, so she requested her favourite cuisine which is Mexican. She invited all the family, her cousins and her best friend to celebrate, and we had a great day. It was also nice to have a very basic, low-key party this year with very little fuss. No Pinterest worthy party pics here that’s for sure ha ha ha.
A tween party theme can be quite tricky, but a buffet style lunch was a huge hit and the kids went nuts in the pool and on the trampoline, so they pretty much kept themselves entertained after lunch.
I was in luck that Kmart has a great fiesta party range, so I stocked up on food boats, plates, cups, napkins, flags and decorations. I also found two of their ceramic cactus’ for only a few dollars each and used them on the table.
We opted for a DIY Mexi food-bar so everyone could help themselves.
I used a food warmer and served –
Fajita Shredded chicken
Chilli and garlic rice.
Served with –
Hard and soft shell tacos
Burritos and taco boats.
Sliced black olives
Jalepeno cheese sauce
I only managed to snap a few photos today and apologies for the poor quality but it was extremely overcast here so I’ve had to brighten them up a little.
Such a fun and simple party, and I think this would be great for all ages. Even if you are having a different themed party, DIY Mexican would be a winner for the food element, because who doesn’t love tacos and nachos right.
Oh and I even totally cheated on the cake this year by buying one.
2.4 kilos of Black Forest goodness from Costco for only $19.99 WINNING!
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