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My oldest son Daniel is a business man in the making! He loves all things office, and what better way to encourage his interests than throw him a party that matches his taste.

Though not a traditional party theme, I was determined to make it fun and added a playful touch with balloons, paper airplanes and a vintage typewriter for the kids to play with.

Boys and girls ages 3-7 were invited and were given clipboards, paper, pens and pencils as party favors. We played games such as 'trashcan basketball' & 'pop the bubble wrap', and had paper airplane flying contests. All the kids left with smiles on their faces, and I know they had a great time!

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Party Highlights

  • Best Dressed

    Daniel was the best dressed... complete with a white button up shirt and yellow tie!

  • Desserts

    cupcakes with toppers held in place with paperclips!

  • Activities / Games

    Stick the post-it to the calendar, trash can basketball, pop the bubble wrap, paper airplane flying contests & the paperclip chain game

  • Budget

    Because most everything for the party, including decorations, party favors and food, were common items we were able to keep the costs to under $50 total for 8 guests!

  • Party Favors

    clipboards with paper pads, pens and pencils

  • Best Moment

    Seeing the big smile on my son's face!

  • What People Ate

    'sack lunches' complete with bagel sandwhiches, chips and juice boxes.

  • What People Drank

    The kids took multiple water breaks at the 'water cooler'

  • Funniest Moment

    Watching the kids play the games

  • Party colors

    red, yellow, white and shades of blue

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1 comment

  • Paper Craft Party S

    Paper Craft Party S wrote:

    Love this! So creative and different!