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Over the weekend we celebrated my Addi’s 3rd birthday with a Cocomelon birthday party. It was just us and the girls’ grandparents, whom we haven’t seen in more than a year. Thanks to the vaccine we were able to finally reunite and celebrate our girl. Addi requested a Cocomelon theme party, and I did my best to deliver.
Cocomelon theme party decorations were a bit tricky to purchase because they were not available at all stores. I had to purchase everything online. I will link the decorations I found to make purchasing easier if you’re planning a Cocomelon party as well.
I found balloons through this Etsy shop. These came with a number balloon and you can pick your child’s age. The same balloons are also available on Amazon, but I prefer to purchase from smaller vendors.
For her outfit, I purchased https://www.etsy.com/listing/942394192/cocomelon-hair-bow-cocomelon-hair-clip” target=”_blank” rel=”noreferrer noopener”>Cocomelon pigtail clips from this Etsy shop. I also purchased SVG files to create matching family T-shirts from another shop. For Addi’s shirt, I purchased a custom SVG file with the Cocomelon image, her name and her age from another shop that is currently unavailable. I also found a custom Cocomelon mask for her on Etsy.
To decorate the table, I purchased a set of party decorations from Amazon that contained a tablecloth, straws, forks, spoons, napkins and plates in the Cocomelon theme. I also purchased a backdrop separately. Lastly, I bought a watermelon Cocomelon stuffie and a stuffed JJ toy as gifts but also table decorations.
We also bought a Cocomelon yard game with bean bags so the girls could have a masked playdate outside with our neighbors to celebrate as well. They had fun with it.