I wanted my son's Yo Gabba Gabba birthday party to be fun and allow him to be himself. There was plenty of colors and he got to sing and dance the whole party.
My boy loves Yo Gabba Gabba. They sing fun songs and teach lessons to the kids. I wanted to incorporate singing and dancing along with the bright colors of the show.
Most of the items were DIY. For the food table backdrop, I used colored tablecloths for each character's color, with the exception of pink. I used coordinating balloons along the top. I kept the food simple for little ones with burgers and hotdogs. I made favor bags with faces of the characters on the fronts. This project took me the longest and I stressed the hardest but was the one I really wanted. I made a Brobee corn hole from a cardboard box and used green construction paper to add the detail. The Muno game is from Party City. We had Yo Gabba Gabba music playing throughout the party so it was fun to see the little ones get up and dance.
The DIY favor bags. It was fun to see my son react to each character when I sat them out for the party.
Keep focus on what you want to final look to be and what you are willing to DIY. I wanted so many elements and got bogged down by all the projects I committed myself to. In the end, it was worth it but so much work.