Last weekend we had a par-tay. A Google par-tay. If you can believe it, little C. turned the magnificent seven and I cried real tears. And then we jumped around Altitude Trampoline Park here in town and got out all the sugar from the emoji cookies and cupcakes we ate. Can I please mention that I had someone make us an iPad cake? (Kelli is quite genius – she’s made us a million cakes now, including little L’s gorgeous first birthday cake I still swoon over in my head.)
Altitude was nice enough to host our crazy crew for a birthday party. (and shhhh…we broke a birthday party rule and had it there last year, too. it’s that good.) I love parties there because the party host takes care of it all (including clean-up!). There’s a cart for presents, a table for the cake and pizza (which you can include in the package) and the host takes care of all the set-up from the plates and napkins to lighting the cake.
Choose from a 10- or-20 person party. Everyone at the party signs a waiver to jump (which is no different than every other day, so if you’ve jumped there, you probably already have a waiver). Two hours of jump and party time is the perfect amount. If you’ve never been there, you can jump on the trampolines with your fancy old-school tricks (if you have a tiny tot, there’s a kids’ zone), or you can also discover the basketball courts, foam pit and dodgeball. Then, you walk out of there with a free t-shirt and a free jump pass for next time!
Google Tech Party Fun
We had soooo much fun at little C’s tech party, let me tell you. From the emoji balloons I ordered on Amazon to the iPad mini cake Kelli baked complete with emoji cupcakes, the social media theme was the cutest, if I don’t say so myself. And since I do happen to work in social media/tech myself, I scored little C. his very own Google tee with a signed card from the Google team. Precious.
If you’re local, you should totally have your birthday party at Altitude Trampoline Park. It will bring the kid out in everyone again!
P.S. I’m so proud of my little C. This year, instead of asking for birthday presents, he wanted to donate them to needy kids. So, every guest brought a present for a kid and we donated them all in one giant bag. Proud mom moment!
Disclaimer: I did not receive compensation for this post. I was provided the party in exchange for a review. As always, my opinions are my own. Love this place.