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!
Daniel was the best dressed... complete with a white button up shirt and yellow tie!
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
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!
clipboards with paper pads, pens and pencils
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'
Watching the kids play the games
red, yellow, white and shades of blue
My friend Kristina and I have an Etsy shop where we design and sell party decorations for children!