My goddaughter turned two last week, and I worked with her mama to help throw her a Sesame Street birthday party.
The birthday girl is peanut free, so all of our goodies were allergy safe except for the red icing on the Elmo cake. Thus, the birthday girl had her very own Cookie Monster cake. Both cakes were lovingly made by her aunt. The chocolate chip cookies were also home baked using this recipe.
Elmo cookie pops. Directions HERE.
Elmo’s goldfish in a fish bowl, little bags of pretzels, fruit kabobs, Sunbutter and jelly sandwiches and squeezable applesauce were among the toddler friendly treats we served.
Apple and Eve Juice boxes with Sesame Street characters were perfect for this party.
We also had 2 and E sugar cookies.
I saw these Sesame Street pom-poms on Pinterest and I knew we must have them for our party. My husband made the faces for them.
The balloon wreath was borrowed from a friend, and the birthday girl’s mama made the banners that were hung on the door and around the home.