No storm is going to stop Stormi Webster from having an awesome first birthday party!

Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott's daughter supposed to have a big bash, but things didn't go as planned.

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star said on her Instagram Story on Friday that the event was canceled due to expected rain. However, the family did have a party for the child, indoors, during a lull between two massive thunderstorms in the Los Angeles area.

"We were supposed to have Stormi's birthday this weekend," Kylie said. "It's not happening because it was supposed to rain and it's not raining anymore, and it didn't ended up raining, but it's alright, better safe than sorry."

Stormi had a rainbow-themed birthday party, complete with multi-colored bunches of balloons and a giant round birthday cake covered in rainbow sprinkles.

Stormi Webster, Birthday

Instagram / Kylie Jenner

"We have all her cousins here, everybody who loves her," Kylie said.

Stormi Webster, Birthday

Instagram / Kylie Jenner

Her sister Kourtney Kardashian posted on her Instagram Story a video of her holding Stormi, writing, "My little Stormaloo how I love you so angel girl. Happy Birthday!"

Kourtney Kardashian, Stormi Webster

Instagram / Kourtney Kardashian

Kylie also said on her Instagram Story, "We're playing with farm animals." Her BFF Jordyn Woods posted on her Instagram Story a photo of the cake as well as a pic of herself holding two rabbits.

Stormi Webster, Birthday

Instagram / Jordyn Woods

The party took place two days before Travis is set to take the stage at the 2019 Super Bowl in Atlanta. The rapper performed at a Pepsi party for the event on Friday night and gave an onstage shout-out to Stormi.

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