Lights, camera, action! It’s not a movie set, it’s a kids glow in the dark dance birthday party and they’ve pulled out all the stops for it.  Twins, reporters and TV personalities Tristin and Tyler celebrated their tenth birthday, presented by global clothing brand DIESEL,  in style a couple of weeks ago. They topped the cool kids list with their glow in the dark FUZIPOP dance party.  The party was held at the Pink Elephant club in downtown New York City a couple of weeks ago. The stylish city kids that arrived to party definitely made it feel like Kids Fashion Week. As the invited guest entered the venue they snapped pictures with the birthday boys in front if their step and repeat. Upon entering guest were greeted by gorgeous balloons, even balloons that spelled out the boys names, a cool cake and yummy cupcakes. After the classic Happy Birthday song the partying really started with glow in the dark everything and the Fuzipop dancers leading a group dance.

Not only was their birthday party fun but they served healthy options for beverages and food to their guest. One of their sponsors was the new kids bottled water company  WAT-AAH, which added to the healthy options perfectly by keeping the kids hydrated. Tiny Pants Kids gave all of the kids trendy geek glasses which were so adorable on all of the kids.  Other fun sponsors from the party were Kids Foot Locker, New York Family Magazine and Babiekins Magazine.  The best part of the entire party was seeing kids laughing, dancing and just have plain ole’ fun.  It was about the kids and they sure did enjoy every bit of it.  Since So Family was dancing along with the kids, it’s only right we bring you a little footage from the TEN Birthday Bash.  Watch the recap below. Warning it’s a fun and flashy video. Enjoy!


To find out more about Tristin and Tyler visit their website,  Happy 10th Birthday Tristin and Tyler.  I hope all your birthday wishes came true.
Monica J~ 

Disclaimer: The views expressed are that of Monica J.  I attended Tristin and Tyler’s Birthday Party in New York City.

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