Last weekend was a very hectic weekend… Two days filled with two birthday parties (one was my friend’s and the other was LO’s friend), and a carnival costume launch party to go to on Saturday evening which was fabulous.
This was LO’s second birthday party that he had gone to and was very different from the first party he went to. For the first one, the parents had organised a Baby Sensory party for her son and we were invited to join in the fun. It was an excellent party filled with games and a lovely Baby Sensory host who was very bubbly, friendly and interactive with all of the children as well as the parents.
This second party was also amazing but very different from the first one. My friend had hired a hall for her daughter’s party at Crook Log, Bexleyheath and they had supplied her with music, trampolines, bouncy castles, soft play, ball pit, slides and much more! There was so much for the kids to do they didn’t get bored or lose interest but wasn’t too big so it wasn’t overwhelming for them. LO had a brilliant time playing with all of the things especially the ball pit, she slide and the walking beams.
Saturday evening, I went to a launch party for the Masquerade 2000’s Carnival theme. The launch was to get a sneak preview of some of the costumes that will be on show at the Notting Hill Carnival later this year. The costumes were amazing and I will creating a post for the actual night with photos of the costumes very soon! (It’s still top secret at the mo)… In the meantime, here are some photos of the night:
It was an all-white party and held at White Space in Leicester Square, London. The event was just amazing; the costumes were vibrant and stunning, the host was hilarious making us all feel comfortable, the canapés were delicious, the live entertainment was spectacular and the whole event had a brilliant vibe. I was so happy to be able to attend!
Sunday was a more chilled out day. Weather was terrible but I went to my friend’s birthday party. It was a good catch-up with some really old friends, it was so nice to see them all again (these are my non-mummy friends from secondary school days).
A busy weekend overall. Saturday was an seriously action-packed day and next week is looking like it’s going to be the same as we’re going to a new play centre in Thamesmead, going to the theatre to watch a children’s show and a family baptism.