Posted: May 28, 2012 7:00 AM
 
Everyone loves a fun children's birthday party! In Hollywood the kids get more than just hot dogs and homemade cupcakes! From $100,000 extravagant affairs -- when Suri Cruise turned two, themed and catered events like that of Stella McDermott's third birthday, to Cruz Beckham's costume party in Beverly Hills -- here's your invitation into the birthday bashes of Tinseltown's tots, courtesy of Celebrity Baby Scoop.

Suri Cruise

One of the most celebrated tots in Hollywood, Suri Cruise, is well-known for her extravagant birthday parties. Most people don't spend thousands on their birthday parties in a lifetime, but Suri isn't most people. Her second birthday party made headline news when parents Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes spent a reported $100,000 on the event. The theme was butterflies and the lavish cake had an excessive $5,000 price tag alone! Catering set back the famous parents $45,000 and the sweets didn't end with the cake. Reportedly, $230 was doled out for cupcakes from LA's Sprinkles bakery as well.

Fast forward a few years where we spotted the mini fashionista celebrating her fifth birthday with a lavish tea party alongside mom and dad at their Beverly Hills mansion last April. Wearing a pink dress and turquoise shades, Suri -- famous for her fashionable duds, heels and makeup -- sat at the head of the table, surrounded by siblings Bella, then 18, and Connor, then 16, and other guests.

Mama Katie talked about the party plans a few weeks prior to the lavish event. "This is my favorite day of the year," the Dawson's Creek alum said."So we're gonna have a little tea party, and I like to girl it up."

Rumor has it that Tom splurged -- big time -- on his little girl. “Tom decided to add $5 million -- in honor of her milestone birthday -- to Suri’s trust fund,” a family insider said. “She already has several million in the fund.”

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Kristin Bustamante May 03, 2012
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Birthday parties are becoming such a huge deal...for one year olds! We did a huge bash both times because you want to share the day with friends and family, but they really don't have a clue if there was a pony ride and bounce house or not! Keep the focus on the kid, not the celebration!