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In case you missed my post on the bug party food, you can find it here.
Cookie bouquets doubled as decoration for the table, and favors for the guests. The cookies were made by Pam of Cookie Crazie. They were so cute, and yummy too! I started by cutting sod to fit in each pot. To make the bouquet, I simply tape a stick to the back of the bag (thanks for the tip Pam!).
I love the tags! I glued a pom pom for the spider body and used foam dots to set the “grass” in place.
My mom and I got a little carried away with the bunting. I wish I had a picture of it all hung. It was everywhere!
Here’s a sneak peak at the cupcakes. In the background you can see the Happy Birthday banner I made. I am hoping to add those to my shop soon. If you have an interest in one before then, let me know.
No, we weren’t part of the decoration. 😉 Here’s another picture of the bunting. Plus, it’s a decent picture of both of us (for once!).
It seems like just yesterday I was planning the airplane and monkey parties. I think I started planning the bug party just days after the monkey party. Of course, the tone of the party started with the invitations.
Because I have so many details I want to share, I am going to break the party up into several posts. Let’s start with the food. Silverware was wrapped around different bug fact cards. They were perfect!
In keeping with the bug theme, all food served was some sort of bug. Besides what is pictured below, we also served ‘slugs’ or sweet pickles, and ‘wing’ or potato chips.
We made fruit and vegetable arrangements that doubled as part of the decorations on the tables.
A party isn’t complete with candy, right? Treats included bug graham crackers and various gummy bugs and worms.
We celebrated the boys’ birthday together with a bug themed birthday party. Thank you so much to the friends and family that helped make the day very special! I will be posting pictures from the party just as soon as I catch up on orders and SLEEP!
I love when my customers change up my designs. Kathryn used my Ice Cream Cone Invitation to set the stage for a faboulous “sprinkle” for a friend. The colors of the invitation and coordinating items can be modified to work for a boy too!
Along with the invitation, I also created a matching sticker and tent card, both shown below.
To check out the rest of Kathryn’s pictures, head on over to her blog!