<h1>Spinning Straws</h1><br/><br />
Pinwheel straws add a playful touch to the drink table. To save time you can buy them at a craft store, but they are simple and inexpensive to make. (Find pinwheel instructions at <a href="http://www.canadianfamily.ca/2010/07/make-your-own-pinwheels/" target="_blank">canadianfamily.ca/pinwheel</a>, and use glue to attach them to straws!)
<h1>A Personal Touch</h1><br/><br />
Loot bags—each adorned with a handmade piece of art by the birthday girl or boy—can be filled with a few trinkets. Leave room for kids to stock up at the candy table before they go!
<h1>Finger Foods</h1><br/><br />
Colourful plates and cups dress up simple party foods. Make it easy for kids to eat and celebrate sans table by arranging bite-size pieces of pizza and individual servings of fries on elegant pewter trays.
<h1>Sweet Treats</h1><br/><br />
No party is complete without a sugar fix! Glass jars filled with a mix of traditional candies, like old-fashioned lollipops, marshmallow treats and gummy bears, create an Alice in Wonderland-inspired sweets table.