A couple nights before the party I went a little crazy with the puff paints as you can see here and with PB's t-shirt. I first went to buy it at Michael's and they were $6 and sold out. I went over to Target and got a toddler boys shirt for $4. They didn't have any girl's shirts without a picture on the front.
|Seriously, could this kid get any cuter? Maybe I'm biased :)|
I couldn't have been more happy with how these favors turned out. I first went to the Dollar Store and bought two bags of bubble gum and 4 3-packs of bubbles.
For the bubble gum I counted how many pieces I had and divided it by 10. I got 10 snack bags and filled them.
For the bubbles I measured how big of a label I needed to cover. I went into my photo editing software and whipped up these beauties.
|Feel free to add your child's name and use these! I took PB's name off so you could easily do so!|
I cut them out and taped them onto the bubbles.
2 bags of bubble gum $2
3 1/3 packs of bubbles: $3.33
2 color copies: $.1.18
Total: $6.51 or $0.65 per favor :)
Since Blue is well Blue I decided to make our food have a blue twist. We had blue raspberry lemonade.
We had blue licorice (thank you Dollar Store for carrying blue candy).
We had blue speckled cupcakes with blue and white polka dotted cupcake liners.
|I know that Funfetti cake is just cake with sprinkles so I bought blue sprinkles and added them to the cake.|
I also served fruit, veggies, chips, and mini pizzas. The mini pizzas we let everyone make for themselves. We had BBQ chicken and regular pepperoni. There is no need to let people make them for themselves. Almost everyone wanted pepperoni, a couple wanted plain cheese, a some wanted BBQ.
Check out the invitation and more fun details about the party!
I hope you guys have a great weekend and this inspired you with ideas on how to have a simple show-themed kids party!