[NEW] Cake smash: Parents who spend £800 on their child's first birthday.- BBC News 2020

Cake smash: Parents who spend £800 on their child's first birthday.- BBC News

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Gone are the days of balloons and a Victoria sponge. If your baby is having a birthday, there’s only one way to celebrate: with a cake smash. The craze started in the US, and over the past few years, parents across the UK have been joining in. A cake smash is where a one-year-old gets very messy with a cake and a professional photographer captures the moment. After that, there is often a bubble bath, which is also caught on camera for posterity.
A cake smash party can cost £800.

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20 thoughts on “[NEW] Cake smash: Parents who spend £800 on their child's first birthday.- BBC News 2020

  1. Fili says:

    Hello Afrika, Venezuela, every 'hungry one', sorry for smashing with food, can you please call psychiatric hospitall because our parents don' t know to do anything else than beiing crazy!!! Bless you, grtz from all very spoiled kids….(we rather play with sand or outside with basic things, but you…our parents love their camera' s….)

  2. K4T85 says:

    My lil girl is going to be 1 in March. I'm going to prep everything myself for the photoshoot. I have a beautiful tutu, need some balloons and a cake from Asda. I won't be spending more than £20 lol 😂

  3. Lisa Mylynn says:

    That's far too expensive. Most people do have a separate small cake for their child to tear into, smash and just get messy with, but I don't know anyone who does it like this. I, like most people I know, gave my children their small cake at their birthday party. They got messy and we took pictures. It's a fun tradition. No one that I know has ever done a cake smash photo shoot. It's a cute idea, but it's not typical.

  4. Please don't dox me says:

    Everyone judging this as if every pound they spend goes to a greater cause, we should close all five star restaurants as a 500 pound Creme brûlée is an affront to humanity, petiole who spend money on artifacts and art should b crucified what a load of nonsense

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