Posts in the ‘Boy Birthdays 2’ Category
This week's party photo comes from Cakes Likes a Party's Monkey Donkey Robot Pinata 3rd Birthday Party. This is one of the zaniest themes we've seen and we love it!
Mikie M created this amazing Star Wars Party for her son’s 6th birthday. She made a ton of the decorations herself.
Last week I posted the tutorial she put together for her cute R2D2 cups. This week I'm posting the tutorial she made on how to create these cool lightsaber napkin wraps (including the file for the lightsaber handles). Thank you, Mikie!
Mikie M created this amazing Star Wars Party for her son's 6th birthday. She made a ton of the decorations herself for the party including these R2D2 cups. That's right, she designed the labels herself and stuck them on.
Well, people have been contacting her about how she made them, so she generously put together this tutorial and even gave us the labels for you to download. Seriously, Mikie, how generous, thank you!
I love creative invitations. I believe the invitation sets the stage for the whole party, just like a movie poster does for a movie.
Here are some of my favorite boy invitations from our main site. (To see the whole party, click on the invitation or the link.)
This week's party photo comes from Lili's 4th Ashton Cup Soccer Party. What a cool shot of a gorgeous dessert table. The soccer ball cake is incredible and the photographer did a phenomenal job capturing the party.
I've been wanting to know how to make an actual wooden photo booth for a while now, so when I saw that Jeannette from J. at Your Service created a tutorial on how she made hers for her adorable Nate's 2nd Birthday Lil' Monsters Party, I knew this was something I wanted to share.
Take it away, Jeannette...
Now that I've featured Minnie Mouse parties on our main site, I thought it was only right to highlight the Mickey Mouse parties.
If you want to add a couple homemade touches to your Mickey Mouse party, check out all the creative ideas here. (Click on the link or photo to see the entire party.)
Let's say you're throwing your child a birthday and want some custom party printables to take your party to that next level, but think they're just too expensive. Well now you're in luck, because 3 lucky readers will win $50 custom party printable packages from Amy Mattes Designs.
Each package includes: a custom invitation, party circles/ cupcake toppers, flat thank you cards, mailing labels, goodie bag tags or stickers, and a birthday banner. It's everything you need to throw a put-together party!