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Celebrate Express Review!

Hello Neighbors,

How is everyone doing today?  We are doing great.  Busy, but great.  Not too long ago we had a National Treasure Birthday party for my husband. We went with a very patriotic theme.  Celebrate Express helped make that party a success.  If you are looking for party supplies, check out Celebrate Express!

We received the following items for our National Treasure Party...
Treasure Chest 12" Pinata
Plastic Gold Coins
American Valor Square Dinner Plate (18)
Patriotic Stars 16 oz. Plastic Cups
American Valor Lunch Napkin (36)
American Valor Plastic Tablecover
Patriotic Star Confetti

M added streamer to make it patriotic!

Okay, my little sister was really hoping to have a Pinata, but she really couldn't find one that she liked and thought would fit in well.  If you are having that same problem, make sure to check out Celebrate Express!  We were sent the Treasure Chest Pinata (above).  Everyone had a great time trying to break it open!

It took three people (three swings each) to get it opened!  I didn't think I'd be able to catch it, but here is the candy all falling out!  :)  M. especially really liked this part.  For part of the games we also had a Pin the Tail on the Donkey type game, a Treasure Hunt, etc.
The candy!

A little while before the party started a couple of us went out and started decorating the back deck.  M. had a lot of fun doing this, and LOVED having all the themed items.   

Red, white, and blue streamers and balloons!
We decided to use the American Valor Plastic Table Cover for the food table (we did it buffet style).  We also scattered some of the Patriotic Star Confetti on both tables, along with some of the Plastic Gold Coins.  

The Patriotic Stars 16oz. Plastic Cups were great for our "Noble Bird Punch" (fruit punch and sprite mixed together).  We also used some of the star confetti to decorate our name cards and cards describing the food.  

The family really enjoyed the party.  We used the American Valor Square Dinner Plates and the American Valor Lunch Napkins for our meal.  The tables looked REALLY nice decorated.  We added some flash lights, binoculars, a old pair of glasses, etc (partially for decoration, and partially as paperweights to keep the table cloth down:).

I received no monetary compensation for this review and giveaway.  I did receive product for review purposes only.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.  All text in red is taken from the sponsor's website.  


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