Kim Kardashian Throws Baby North ‘Coachella’ Style First Birthday Party

by Dolapo Akitoye

Time does really fly by, even in Hollywood it would seem.

One minute baby North is snuggled up in her mum’s tummy wrapped up in designer garb, next, she’s turned one and the only thing that’s changed is her location as she herself is now wrapped in designer clothing. Would we expect any less from Kim K?

Kim and Kanye threw their daughter, North West a ‘Kidchella’ Themed birthday party in LA on Saturday. The ‘Kidchella’ is a pint-sized version of the famous American music Festival, Coachella (Think Glasto without the mud and wellies).

Although baby North actually officially turned one last week, the family had a low key celebration opting for a family trip to the Children’s museum in Manhattan as it coincided with father’s day.

In addition to the usual birthday party favourites like bouncy castles and face painting, there was a huge ferris wheel at the big bash which was held at Kim’s sister and North’s aunt, Kourtney Kardashian’s back garden and it was filled with lots of people.

Photo: Kris Jenner/Instagram

Photo: Kris Jenner/Instagram

Photo: Kris Jenner/Instagram

Photo: Kris Jenner/Instagram

The guests were greeted with tie-dye bracelets and roamed the grounds to various booths that were set up. They were treated to hair braiding, face painting, tie-dye T-Shirts and bandanas.

Kendall Jenner and Jaden Smith took to the stages to perform. For party favours, there were churro stands, custom Yeezus – Kanye’s Shirt line – shirts, snow cones and cotton candy machines.

Kim Kardashian gave birth to her daughter North West on June 15, 2013. Mother and Father, Kanye West got married at Fort di Belveder in Florence, Italy on May 24, 2014.

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