Beverly Hills Birthday Parties in Review: A 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Expense Report
Beverly Hills Birthday Parties in Review: A 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Expense Report
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
is fun because A) it's like playing with Barbies who hate each other and B) it's all play money! So last night we got to attend two fabulous birthday parties for Taylor and Kyle's daughters, ages 4 and 2. Let's take a look back at the prices that flashed on our screens, and a few things that didn't get a cost assigned to them (like an appearance from Giant Elmo).

Taylor
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Barbie collection necklaces
$2,375 for 25 party favor necklaces
$1,650 for Kennedy's sapphire necklace
$1,750 for Taylor's yellow diamond necklace
Total: $5,775
Barbie, how could you?

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RHBH Teacups.pngParty Planner Dana
$12,000

Houdini Estate rental
$10,000

Floral Arrangements (tea party flowers)
$6,000

Sandwiches and Drinks
$4,500

Party Set Design
$19,000

Sub-total: $57,275

Other/un-documented costs: $2,725
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"Is this your diamond-encrusted wallet that you drunkenly dropped on the ground?"
"Why, yes it is!"

Taylor's total cost: $60,000


Kyle
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Party Planner Glenn
$3,000 (worth every penny)

Kids' Food
$3,000

Bounce House
$500

Train Ride
$1,100

Sub-total: $4,600

Other/un-documented costs: $7,400
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"Elmo just trying to make ends meet!"

Kyle's total cost: $12,000

The kids hating their parties and/or not even knowing what was going on: priceless.

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"wtf is this?"

(images courtesy of Bravo)

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