And that's not all as there was even a "Stormi's Gift Shop" merchandise stand for guests.
DeGeneres goes on to ask her about the rumours the pair also got engaged at this year's Super Bowl, to which Jenner replies: "Not that I'm aware of. #StormiWorld." She certainly did just that, something that not all of her fans were so impressed with, as a number of them weighed in with comments about the event being overkill for a one-year-old.
Biegun returns to Seoul, agrees to meet DPRK counterpart again before summit
North Korea has repeatedly urged a lifting of punishing USA -led sanctions, a formal end to the war, and security guarantees. But Washington has insisted that North Korea needs to first take more concrete steps toward denuclearization.
Stormi Webster's first birthday party will definitely not be one to forget!
To kick things off, all the guests entered via "Stormi's mouth" in an inflatable version of the toddler's face - I mean, extra.
Kylie and Travis naturally took the opportunity to dance with their daughter during the catchy performance.
'Crabby cats are survivors': Frozen cat revived after found covered in ice
Fluffy's owners, who did not want to be identified, found her covered in thick chunks of ice and snow near their home last week. Clark has not seen this happen in his 20 years of practicing". "They got home just in time".
But when it came to Sunday's Grammys, Kylie Jenner hit a low note in a freaky sculptural pink suit.
On Jenner's birthday, Kylie shared adorable photos and video of her little girl on Instagram, along with a special message. Without delving too much into the specifics of the relationship, Kendall confirmed that she and Ben have been dating "for a bit now", and revealed that she "thinks" her mom, Kris Jenner, approves.
The couple celebrated little Stormi turning one with an intimate family get together on 1 February - the tot's actual birthday - but went all out for friends and relatives with a huge bash themed around the rapper's "Astroworld" LP. "I love u so much baby".
Baseball Legend Frank Robinson Dies At 83
The outfielder was the only baseball player to be named Most Valuable Player in both the National League and American League. Robinson broke into major leagues in 1956 as a hot hitter and graceful fielder with the National League's Cincinnati Reds .