The super birthday party of the daughter of Germán Paoloski and Sabrina Garciarena

One of the most established couples in the media is that of the journalist German Paoloski and the actress Sabrina Garciarenawho share on social networks many special moments with their three children, León, Beltrán and Mine.

Now, on the occasion of little Mía’s 4th birthday, the actress published several images, in photos and videos, where it could be seen that they made a themed decoration to celebrate among friends. What were they inspired by? In the movie The Little Mermaid.

For its part, Sabrina Garciarena He uploaded a video where it was seen that they placed a carpet that simulated the bottom of the ocean. As for the dishes, they chose ones that had a mermaid tail drawn on them.

Likewise, outside the room, the actress and partner of German Paoloski showed the games they made available for Mine and his little friends: there was a giant baseball player and a huge inflatable circus.

Inside the room there were several cakes that simulated having remains of sand from the sea. In addition, they put up gigantographs of Ursula and Triton, which are part of the Disney film they chose for the theme.

Birthday of the daughter of Germán Paoloski and Sabrina Garciarena. Photo: @sabrinagarciarena.

German Paoloski He did not want to be outdone and also shared a video on his Instagram account, with Mine as the protagonist, dancing alongside Panam, who was the entertainer of the party with her songs and unique charisma.

“Happy birthday, my love,” wrote the ESPN host dedicated to his daughter Mineafter also thanking Panam for having animated the little girl’s birthday party, which, without a doubt, had a dream day.

Birthday of the daughter of Germán Paoloski and Sabrina Garciarena. Photo: @sabrinagarciarena.
Birthday of the daughter of Germán Paoloski and Sabrina Garciarena.
Birthday of the daughter of Germán Paoloski and Sabrina Garciarena. Photo: @sabrinagarciarena.
 
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