Themed Birthday Party
Yo Gabba Gabba...my son's favorite show on Nick Jr.
Fun, functional & colorful
Well, I ended up make much of the decor, not only for budget purposes but for aesthetics as well. I had an idea in mind and wanted to create it. The highlight of the party was the candy buffet. Kids were given little bags to fill up with sugary treats as favors. To create the buffet table backdrop I took inexpensive fabric ($3.99) from Joann's to dress the wall to match the color scheme. I also mixed some store bought Martha Stewart tissue poms from Michaels with some that I made to save a few $$$. The cupcake were topped off with custom fondant cupcake toppers by Two Sugar Babies and party dots by Fresh Chick Design Studio.
The candy buffet!! I have the worst sweet tooth!!
Plan out in advance how you would like things to lay out. This will save a lot of time the day of the party and will help to make sure all the details are covered!
Hola estan lindos donde consigio los dispensadores de dulces porfa
Where did you get the mini banks
Where did you get the mini candy dispensers from? they are super cute!!
Rebecca, I love it. I had a friend design her 3 year old’s party, and it was based on Dora. The kid is a boy :) In any case, I really like the buffet idea, and think that it’s a good way to let the kids let loose :)
Really cute! Where did you get the candy jar labels?