On February 1, Stormi Webster, Kylie Jenner‘s only child, turned two years old. And in celebration of her second birthday, Jenner threw not one but two spectacular parties for her baby girl.
The first party took place in what appears to be their backyard. And while it wasn’t necessarily a birthday celebration, but rather a party for the launch of her latest makeup collection inspired by Stormi, it still put other parties to shame.
Then, just several days later, Kylie and Stormi’s father, Travis Scott, threw a birthday party for their daughter that has stunned their social media followers and fans. Like her first birthday party, the theme was “Stormi World.” However this time, the party carried the tag line, “Two is better than one.”
Kylie Jenner Just Threw the Most Incredible Second Birthday Party for Daughter Stormi
The mother-daughter duo arrived at the party in matching sequin jumpsuits and shared many adorable moments throughout the night.
This year, those who attended the party walked through a balloon the looked like Stormi herself and into an enchanted forest where guests could visit one of three places, “Trolls World,” “Stormi World,” or “Frozen World.”
In fact, the set up was so big that it had its own map showing guests how to get from point A to point B. Partygoers were free to roam to the ice castle bounce house, a fun slide, a section where you could meet Olaf or Poppy, a table where kids could create their own snow globes, and ride fullscale carnival rides and fun slides.
Kylie also thought of the adults and included a “light bar” for those of age. And it wasn’t just Kylie’s famous friends who attended the unbelievable birthday party, Chrissy Teigen and John Legend‘s daughter Luna was in attendance, as was her cousins True Thompson, Chicago West, Dream Kardashian, North West, Saint West, Cardi B’s baby girl, Kulture, and so many more.
And while sharing moments from her baby girl’s big day on Instagram, Kylie took note of how lucky she is to be able to throw a party of this caliber for her baby girl. She wrote, “Such a blessing to be able to create these magical experiences for my baby. StormiWorld!!!! Thank you, God.”
She called February 1, her “favorite day of the year” and her little one clearly agrees. Happy Birthday, Stormi!
Sara Vallone has been a writer and editor for the last four and a half years. A graduate of Ohio University, she enjoys celebrity news, sports, and articles that enhance people’s lives.
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