My son, Miles, LOVES Sesame Street right now, so I decided to use the classic children's tv show as the inspiration for the theme of his party. We also decided to do a breakfast party and start it at 10 AM (just like Sesame Street starts on our TV at home!) The unique time of the birthday seemed to be a hit! From the cupcake toppers to the napkin holders...there are ALOT of details in this party! With my mom's help, we created a party that we were proud of and, most importantly, Miles and his family and friends had such a fun time at!
My inspiration for his party came from the classic children's TV show, Sesame Street. Who doesn't like Sesame Street?!? I think deep down, everyone does and everyone has their own favorite character...hence, the inspiration to the tables! Each table was character-themed! There can be so much you can do with this theme...I loved how it came out! :)
I like to focus on the details...the little touches in a party. I like to be organized with my thoughts and I also like the party, itself, to be organized...down to the actual timing of how things go during the party!
For the party package, I used Lisa Kay Designs...I HIGHLY recommend her...she is amazing...she can be found on Facebook and Etsy.
Miles' crown was handmade by Lori Savage...she has an Etsypage...shopthefeltmarket...having a crown made from her is starting to be a tradition!
Miles' shirt was handmade by Rachel from *golden*! This is my first shirt from her and, surely, not my last! It was a hit and very well made.
*mia mamarazzi*...a close friend of mine...she took all of the photos at his party, so I wouldn't have to worry about that! :)
SOOOO many things to choose from...but I loved how The Count's Learning Center came out...being a teacher...it was a great game/station to have at this kind of party!
Plan, plan, plan...and plan some more! I try to think of everything, but that never happens...I like to start looking and ordering things a few months in advance and get my foundation to what I want the party to look like, have, etc...then, I have lots of time to come up with new or better ideas, "fix" things, visualize, etc.