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Super Cute WALL-E Inspired Birthday Party

Super Cute WALL E Inspired Birthday Party

Here’s a great way to incorporate sustainability & eco-friendliness into your parties: just invite WALL-E! Jenny of Crossing the Bugger-Dixon Line did exactly that… and included some {ridiculously cute and clever} desserts, decorations & activities inspired by key elements from the movie to bring this amazing WALL-E Birthday Party to life! This adorable party could easily be used for a creative Earth Day Celebration too.

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

– “Plant Sample” sunflower sprouts as party favors
– Incredibly realistic WALL-E & Eve sugar cookies & earth cookies
– Robot Trash Pick Up Game with robot arm favors
– “Eve” lollipops that are way too cute to eat! ;)
– A dessert table backdrop that doubled as a photo booth for pictures with WALL-E!

Super Cute WALL E Inspired Birthday Party

Super Cute WALL E Inspired Birthday Party

Super Cute WALL E Inspired Birthday Party

Super Cute WALL E Inspired Birthday Party

Super Cute WALL E Inspired Birthday Party

Super Cute WALL E Inspired Birthday Party

Super Cute WALL E Inspired Birthday Party

Super Cute WALL E Inspired Birthday Party

Super Cute WALL E Inspired Birthday Party

Super Cute WALL E Inspired Birthday Party

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PARTY DETAILS, as told by Jenny
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– Party Theme: A special WALL-E inspired 6th birthday. The goal was to create a WALL-E inspired party without overdoing the character aspect of it. We centered the party around the newly sprouted green plant WALL-E finds. It is the first proof of sustainable life on Earth and the main theme of the movie.

– Colors: Aqua/Lime: modern, minimal, and outer space-ish

Desserts: The Axiom serves Sep-Tua-Centennial Cupcakes in a Cup, so of course we did as well. We also had Rice Crispy Trash Cubes, Axiom Brownies, Dirt Pie Push Up Pops with fondant sprouts, and WALL-E inspired cookies.

Favors: Plant Samples (sunflowers) for the kids to take home and plant, Robot Arms, and Eve Lollipops

Activities: Robot Trash Pick Up Game and Pictures with WALL-E (the dessert table backdrop doubled as the photo booth).

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VENDOR CREDITS & RESOURCES:

– Styling & Photography: Crossing the Bugger-Dixon Line
– Wall-E Party Printable Collection: 505 Design + Paperie
– Cookies: Frog Prince Cake and Cookie Design
– Fondant Sprouts and Fondant Cupcake Tags: Edible Details
– Brownie Toppers: Make. Bake. Celebrate
– Shimmery Gumballs and Sweet Pods: Polka Dot Market
– Eve Lollipop Favors: Whimsical Boutique
– Robot Arms: Target

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2Comments

1
Karen SAYS:

Thanks for the great ideas. My son also wants a Wall-e 6th birthday party.

Reply February 27, 2013 at 10:14 am

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Dena Smith SAYS:

How did you make the cupcake in the cup? Thank you.

Reply February 15, 2014 at 4:31 am

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