When I asked Logan what type of birthday he wanted this year and he stated space, part of me wasn't too excited. But as I began working I just fell in love with the fun bright colors and all of the fun little things you can add.
Since we live in home where our seating / kitchen area is not set up to accomidate a large amount of people and it is snowy outside, we have a small family gathering with 20 - 25 adults and 8 - 10 kids and only do one smaller dessert table. Here you will find some of my favorite features and details from the party!
There were a couple differen't options. We had an wonderful cake from Totally Baked Bakery that tasted amazing. We also offered cupcakes and cake pops for those who were not so keen on the fondant taste.
Each kid received a cute little gable box personalized just for them. Inside there was an inflateable space ship, rocket straw cup, rocket ship ring sucker, large sticker sheet and a coordinating noise maker.
Once everything was said and done we ended up spending roughly $400 - 500 on everything (including everything besides his gift)
The boys were definitely best dressed in their matching Astronaut shirts!
What People Ate
We decided on a good ol' fashioned pizza party!
Shop Sweet Lulu
Polka Dot Balloons & Gable Boxeshttp://shopsweetlulu.com/
All party planning and printables by me, Briana from Briezee's Boutique and are available for purchase in our Etsy shop here for you:
Totally Baked Bakery
Looked amazing and tasted even better!http://www.facebook.com/#!/TotallyBakedBakeryMN?fref=ts
Oriental Trading Company
For all party favors (excluding gable box)http://www.orientaltrading.com/