Just because your birthday boy or girl wants to have their party at the trampoline park, bounce house place or gymnastics venue doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice all your party swagger. Sometimes keeping it simple is perfectly perfect! This party in a box had everything our client needed to walk into the venue 15 minutes before the party, set up a darling tablescape and enjoy!
We LOVED using the Lilly Pullitzer print to inspire the color scheme and coordinate all the elements.
Another one of our own celebrates a birthday in April! James Wright is turning three and he loves all things Spidey! He requested the Jump-N-Place, Spider Man and pizza. Done! The best thing about a party at a venue like this is you don’t have to clean up your house! Also, you can keep the decorations simple and have one main focal point. We made the dessert table just that with a super hero cityscape. Adding tiny details to the rest makes for a cute table. The apple sauces got toughened up with red capes and the banner is made out of old Spider Man comic books. The kiddos each got a Spider Man mask and a cup of popcorn for their favor. Such a fun and easy party!
Teams Of Tomorrow is a wonderful program and we absolutely LOVE watching our preschoolers in action. They learn a lot more than basketball and one of our own lives TOTs so much, he wanted a TOTs birthday party! A great tip for preschool parties is to find what they love and build a party around that theme or idea. Keep the guest list small and enjoy these milestones!
We love celebrating birthdays and ESPECIALLY a milestone birthday! For this event, we chose to keep it simple and classic using black tablecloths, wood accents and white flowers. We hope you felt loved and celebrated Tim, Happy 70th!