This year south Africans witnessed so many birthday parties which were held by celebrities for their kids. Throwing a party for your baby will not only make them happy for the moment but will create good memories that will make them smile each time the memories dart through the minds.
Actress Simphiwe Ngema, musical artist Babes Wodumo and television presenter Pearl Modiadie are some of the celebrities who shared pictures of their children's birthday celebrations for the year 2021. Let's take a look at each of the birthday celebrations, and discuss the theme, decor, the cake and everything.
Actress Simphiwe Ngema who portrayed Dudu on 'Broken vows' and Thulisile Nkosi on Muvhango has a son with the zimbabwean model Tino Chinyani. The baby was named Tiyani Chinyani. The two celebrities celebrated their son's first birthday on July. The party was attended by family members including both maternal and paternal grandparents of baby Tiyani.
Theme and decor
The theme colours were blue, white, and a touch of Gold. The decor was beautiful, blue and white colours dominated and those are the best colours for a baby boy. People wore black, and only few could not comply to the theme.
The cake was blue, and it was a two tier cake. It was written 'Tiyani' and a teddy bear was designed on the base.
2. Sponge's birthday celebration (Babes Wodumo's son)
Babes Wodumo and her well known husband Mampintsha has a baby boy nicknamed Sponge. On September Wodumo held a birthday celebration for Sponge. The theme was blue white, mustard and a touch of gold.
The cake was amazing, it well designed as can be seen in the picture above
3. Lewatle( Pearl Modiadie's son)
Lewatle Olivier is the son that Pearl Modiadie has with her European ex boyfriend Nathaniel OppenheimerHis first birthday was celebrated on September. Both parents were there for their son despite having separated last year.
White, creamy white and brown were the colours that dominated.
Which birthday celebration was the best in terms of decor, theme and cake? Either of them is the best depending on who is looking.
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