Be the hostess with the mostess when you throw the best birthday party ever! Customize it to the guest of honor with special desserts, food, drinks, decor, and so much more.
Get more ideas and tips for throwing the best birthday bash in our digital edition of Seasons Magazine!
Has the guest of honor always wanted to see their name in lights? Then a Hollywood-themed party will be their dream night! Start the night with superstar snacks — think tuxedo strawberries, flavored popcorn, and fancy treats from the Hy-Vee Bakery. Then have a blast getting silly in a photo booth. Fun props will make all the guests feel like a star. Wrap up the event by sending guests home with their own custom award as a party favor!
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Parisian Sweet Sixteen
Sixteen is a big milestone! Celebrate it with an enchanting night in Paris. We chose decor in pink and gold to make it feel luxurious. Add carnation centerpieces for an extra touch of elegance! But the real showstopper of the evening is the cake — the Hy-Vee Bakery can make you a beautiful custom cake, like this edible Eiffel Tower. Bundle macaron cookies together for guests to take home as party favors, and you've got the cherry on top of a perfect evening.
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Football & Flannel
You only turn 21 once! Lean into football season and the great outdoors by throwing the guest of honor a themed party. Everyone knows food is the most important party of any event, so let us handle it for you! Order a Tailgate Bundle from Hy-Vee Catering, and select your favorites to munch on. A 21st birthday party can't be complete without a drink or two, so make sure you include a selection of beer, wine, and liquor. Then top it all off with a custom flannel shirt cake from the Hy-Vee Bakery!
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Need a creative party theme for little ones and their guests? Try a barnyard bonanza! Turn a plain white tablecloth into a cute cow print with black paint, then top with fresh sunflowers from Hy-Vee Floral. Lean into them even more by serving snack mix in a decorative tin lined with gingham, and place tiny serving buckets on the side.