Inigo’s little party went really well. It was just grandparents, godparents, and aunts, uncles and cousins – 17 people, but it still seemed like a lovely intimate gathering.
We met at Putney Park (Inigo’s favourite park), and silly me forgot to factor in all the other people who would be having parties at the same time, so we couldn’t get a picnic table. Thanks to Bev amp; Ted, and Mum and Dad, who brought tables, we were able to set up in a lovely shady spot, and Inigo had the time of his life.
As well as being surrounded by his favourite people and being allowed to eat cake (and icing for the first time ever!), he got presents!
Bev and Ted got him some lovely clothes, and Ted made the best play kitchen! Inigo has been loving helping me in the kitchen, so the play kitchen is going to get a lot of use in the next few years – and it’s so much nicer than the horrible plastic ones that you pay hundreds of dollars for.
He also got a treasury of Winnie the Pooh stories from Aunty Jane, a book that he will be able to treasure for a lifetime, and a couple of fabulous shirts. And accessories for his new kitchen – a proper Italian pasta cooking set, and a beautiful tea set. A very lucky boy indeed.
And a lovely time was had by all.
10 thoughts on “The Birthday Party”
the cake looks great! the colours are so vibrant! looks like he had a fab day.
happy birthday Inigo – the cake looks amazing – how did you get such great colours?
Thanks Fe 🙂 The colours are Wilton Gel colours, and I bought them from here.
“grandparents, godparents, and aunts, uncles and cousins”
Yup – Inigo has 4 “godparents”, (or fairly odd parents), and Richard and Miriam are two of them 🙂
Happy Birthday Inigo 🙂
Hope you’re OK tomorrow…
Wow, your rainbow cake is GORGEOUS! Glad the little guy had a good day!
The cake looks amazing. Happy Birthday Inigo.
Happy birthday Inigo. I know it’s belated (we’re a day behind you guys) but better late than never.
The cake looked great!
OMG what a cool cake! How did you do that?