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Name: Penny
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I am having a birthday party for my twin daughters who are turning three. I want to do something really special, but I want each girl to be recognized separately. They are individuals and I want them to have their own identity, especially on their birthday. Nothing's worse than having to share a birthday cake on your special day! Any ideas anybody?
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Name: kelly | Date: Jun 23rd, 2005 8:53 PM
Hmm...you could have separate cakes for each girl, celebrating their achievements. Write their names and ages on, and draw pictures of what each of them likes to do on the icing. this way you'll have cakes tailored to each girl! 

Name: Jenni | Date: Jun 23rd, 2005 9:26 PM
I like the seperate cake idea kelly had, but maybe you caould let them decorate thier own cake, let them decide what they would like on it. If you take them to one of those Card & Party Outlets, they have several cake decorating packages to choose from. 

Name: ONI | Date: Sep 23rd, 2005 3:56 PM
depending on how many kids you are having get two cake sthat will accomadate each...maybe one of your daughters wants abrbarie cake, and the other one wants care bears...thne just the party supplies for both.....with my daughter this year, she had helloe kitty cup cakes for the girls and the incredibles for the boys....and i got plates and cups for both themes, it went real well....i even gave out party bags (they were unisex) 

Name: Diane | Date: Dec 26th, 2005 12:48 PM
How about the doll cakes. The smaller cake pan makes four cakes smaller, but similar to the larger wonder mold for the dress of the doll which, of course, would be cake.

Cover a rectangular board with non-toxic foil. Place two frosted cakes side by side on the cake board. Use whatever shaped cakes you so desire.

Decorate two doll cakes and place one on each of the two frosted cakes. Use the colors that each twin likes. If one of the twins likes roses; decorate the individual cake with roses. If the other twin likes carnations; decorate the individual cake with carnations. Suggest to decorate the cakes according to what each twin likes. Put the name of each of your daughters on her individual cake or right on the doll. On the Board in front of the cakes (Therefore, the cakes would be more toward the back of the foiled, covered cake board.), put "Happy 3rd Birthday" or "Sharing Your Birthday is Twice as Sweet". If the latter is used, then Have "3" somewhere on the cake or doll or board.

That's a starter. You can use any theme and still have individual cakes to represent each twin. 

Name: Angela | Date: Jan 17th, 2006 5:54 PM
I also have twins (boy /girl) that are turning 6 this week. Each year (except the first) I have asked them what kind of birthday (theme) they would like. I make up one invitation with a cute saying but decorate the envelopes or card with stickers that go with each childs them. We have 2 cakes. They choose the flavor and decorations. I decorate separate tables for each theme. We shop together at the dollar store and other places for stuff to put in the goodie bags. They enjoy finding and picking out things to give their friends. This year they each got to choose 12 friends each to invite. It became important this year to have separate lists. We have the party at a gymnastics center, so everyone can run and play together. Before they open their presents we have them give their guests a goodie bag gift to thank them for coming (it also gives their friends something to do while they open their b-day presents). The opening of presents is a bit crazy. We try to have them take turns, but there have been years when we've run out of time and had to take them home to finish. We take them out to dinner the night of their actual birthday, but they have to agree on the location. My children get very excited about choosing their cakes, and other party related things. I think it makes each one feel important as an individual. They have never complained about sharing their special day. 

Name: miguel & tuti | Date: Jan 20th, 2006 4:29 AM
have there b-day at adventure park buy two cakes 


Name: reenie | Date: Mar 16th, 2006 5:43 PM
I have twin stepchildren aged 7....this year to celebrate we are going to have separte partys...less noise and easily controllable....besides, now at the age of seven they have separate interests and besides a seven year old girl and seven year old boy don't want to have the same kind of party... 

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