Disclosure: We were supplied the party supplies through HouseParty.
Okay I’m a bit behind in posting a few things so I’m going to play a little catch-up here tonight. First up, we recently had a LUNCHABLES Party thanks to a website called, “HouseParty.com” that supplied almost everything. By this I mean I got the guests, the blankets and the space but they sent me the coupons for the FREE lunchables, $1 off coupons for each of the guests to buy their own, coloring place mats, place mats for the moms to find out what’s all out now, markers, clip on watches and a few other items. My favorite being the wheelable Lunchables Cooler, however as I told them I don’t like the handle as it is a pull out/push down type that my 2 year old showed me he can stick his head through. Not to worry he’s not allowed near it and when it is NOT in use it is put up high.But lets jump on over to the party, it had to be postponed twice, once due to weather and the second schedules. We had the party this past Monday afternoon, but I was unaware of another party on the block. Course parents thought mine right before it was perfect as they wouldn’t have to feed the kids before the birthday party. I had laid out each of the different lunchables for their new Fall release. Here’s a few that I recall:
– 2 Subs (one turkey, the other ham)
– Turkey & Cheddar combos (with crackers)
– Ham & American Cheese Combos (with crackers)
– 2 pizzas (one deep dish cheese, the other type deep dish pepperoni)
Each comes with a water and a kool-aid single to mix. The kids were just having a blast and seemed to love just sitting down and eating. I did do a few games but they basically just wanted to eat. The placemats had word searches so the kids were doing that or coloring. Some did the telephone game, well the “I brought a lunch and in it I had….” you get the drift. Hope you enjoyed the pics, the neighbors that did not have kids did ask that the next time I invite them. I even passed coupons out to the other neighbors that didn’t have kids, just in case.
By the way these combo meals were on sale at Wal-Mart for 2/$6.