Drinks

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Idea

Party Highlights

  • Desserts

    Cupcakes!

  • Party Favors

    Sand Pails filled with games prizes of Snacks, inflatable beach ball, fish sunglasses, bubbles, and fish tattoos

  • Activities / Games

    Fishing for prizes, and digging for buried treasure (non-food party favors buried in the sand)

  • What People Ate

    Pizza, cupcakes, Pool Noodles (Cheetos), Coral (watermelon), Beach Balls (Grapes), and Bubble puppy Popcorn Puppy Chow

  • What People Drank

    Soda, bottled Water, Juice

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Party Helpers

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17 comments

  • Claudia  G

    Claudia G wrote:

    WHAT DID YOU USE FOR THE CLAM COOKIES

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    Shannon J wrote:

    The cookies are a sugar cookie that was pressed into a shell mold before baking. The frosting is regular icing that you would use for frosted sugar cookies and the pearl is a gum ball.

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    Shannon J wrote:

    Oh and the "sand" that the cookies are sitting on is coarse raw sugar and the smaller "pearls" are white sixlets

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    Mayra P wrote:

    where can I get this

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    Shannon J wrote:

    Hi Mayra! I got this baby pool at target...it was $15 if I'm remembering correctly.

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    Liza M wrote:

    I Love Your Party, It Was So Adorable & Creative. Where Did You Purchase The Sand Pails?

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    Shannon J wrote:

    Thank you! The pails with the name tags on them (used for party favors) I actually got at the dollar tree. The pails used to put food in were purchased at Michaels. My son's birthday is the middle of the summer so the pails were being sold at a lot of places but that is where I got the ones used for his party.

  • Melissa D

    Melissa D wrote:

    How did you do the popcorn chow please? Great ideas! Our daughter will be 2 June 26 and is in love with bubble guppies! Can't wait. Thank you!

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    Shannon J wrote:

    I actually bought the popcorn from a local popcorn company. I wish I knew how to make it! Sorry I couldn't be more help with that one :-( My kiddos still love the bubble guppies! Have fun planning your party!

  • Melissa D

    Melissa D wrote:

    Thanks for getting back so soon! Never thought about that. I enjoying baking and making anythng to do with food so figured I would give it a shot. Found several recipes on Pinterest for all kinds of popcorn treats so I'm sure I will come up with something. Love the pics! Thanks again!!

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    Charis P wrote:

    Can you tell me where you found the cutouts to hang from the ball lanterns? I've been searching & searching :(

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    Charis P wrote:

    The printable for characters on etsy isn't working :( your help would be wonderful:)

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    Shannon J wrote:

    Charis, I have some things from my computer that I can forward you if you want to give me your e-mail address. I can delete the comment after so it's not on this public site.

  • Kierra C

    Kierra C wrote:

    I've been looking for this, where did you purchase it from?

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    Shannon J wrote:

    I actually made it. The blue is "Caribbean blue" wrapping paper from party city, the "seaweed" is two different colors of green streamers twisted together, and the "sand" is two different shades of card stock layered, and cut "wavy" to look like sand on an ocean floor. I bought a printable character file on etsy of the bubble guppies and printed and cut out each character and glued it to the mural.

  • kcurran92

    kcurran92 wrote:

    Can you share details about the table decor? Where did you buy the green runner, circle cut outs.. etc?

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    Shannon J wrote:

    The table is covered in a "Caribbean blue" table cloth from party city and the green is another table cloth from party city that was not unfolded all the way. The circles cutouts, and cupcake toppers were from NickJr website, they have free printables for a bubble guppies birthday. I used a circle punch and mixed in some of the printable a with solid colored card stock to make the confetti. The main centerpiece is a hat box that I bought at hobby lobby. I painted it blue and used two differed colors of brown card stock to make the sand at the bottom and used the green card stock to cut out the seaweed. I bought a printable file off etsy,of all the characters, and cut them out to put them on the centerpiece. I hope this helps :-)

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