24 Jan

Cute & Happy Little Monster Bash!

Cute & Happy Little Monster Bash!Cute & Happy Little Monster Bash!

Instead of making me want to scream, these cute little monsters just make me want to… SMILE! Rachel of RV Parties threw a Happy Little Monster Bash for her energetic birthday boy, Henry! Cheerful details like the bright chevron, custom monster fabric and colorful confetti are perfect additions to this adorable theme! For more friendly monster party ideas go here and here!

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

– Amazing blue chevron cake with cute fondant little monsters!
– “Adopt A Monster” favor station
– Kids coloring wall activity + “Grab A Monster” photo booth
– Colorful silhouette & tissue tassel garlands

Cute & Happy Little Monster Bash!

Cute & Happy Little Monster Bash!

Cute & Happy Little Monster Bash!

Cute & Happy Little Monster Bash!

Cute & Happy Little Monster Bash!

Cute & Happy Little Monster Bash!

Cute & Happy Little Monster Bash!

Cute & Happy Little Monster Bash!

Cute & Happy Little Monster Bash!

Cute & Happy Little Monster Bash!

Cute & Happy Little Monster Bash!

Cute & Happy Little Monster Bash!

Cute & Happy Little Monster Bash!

Cute & Happy Little Monster Bash!

Cute & Happy Little Monster Bash!

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PARTY DETAILS, as told by Rachel
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This 3rd birthday party was monstrously-fun to style! Our “little monster” birthday boy is energetic and happy so our monsters had to be too! From the bright and happy monster decorations to the coloring wall–it certainly was a party tailored for toddlers that was cheerful and fun!

Kiddos snacked on one-eyed monster cruffle pops, bright sprinkled chocolate covered pretzels, cupcakes and a three-tiered cake by Got What It Cakes–specially customized in the party’s theme and adorned with fondant monsters.  The birthday boy ate his confections on a custom printed plate by RV Parties in the monster party pattern.

Coordinating fabric was printed in the party design and used to make a number “3″ birthday shirt and runners for the tables.  Monster silhouettes popped up throughout the party–as confetti on the table, framed pictures on the wall and garland in the doorways.  Googly eyes were a quick and easy way to bring additional elements into the party theme – and they’re so fun, who could resist putting them on everything!?

Our favorite part was the large-scale wall decor.  The backdrop for the dessert table was a 3′x4′ vinyl banner which now decorates the birthday boy’s room!  All the little monsters loved grabbing washable crayons from the coloring table to doodle on the coloring walls.

Favors included monsters knitted with hand dyed yarn, gumballs and a jar of coordinating jelly beans–as well as a family picture in the monster photo booth. And we loved the other elements brightening the favor table-a yarn wrapped H and a cute monster gumball machine!

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VENDOR CREDITS:

– Party styling, birthday plate and printables: RV Parties
– Photography: Peanut Butter and Jenny
– Cake, Cruffle Pops and Cupcakes: Got What It Cakes
– Knitted Monster Favors: Hermosa Fiber Company
– Monster Gumball Machine: Chrissy’s Custom Creations
– Fabric: Spoonflower
– Sprinkles, Straws, Gumball Tubes: DK Delektables

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5Comments

1
Wendy SAYS:

Look at that cake! Love the color scheme in this party, and the pattern combination. The monster candy jars are lovely!!!

Reply January 25, 2013 at 4:07 am

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Mandie Thomas Miller SAYS:

Thank you for featuring this party!!! I'm the girl behind Got What It Cakes and it's always a thrill to be on HWTM! Jenn, Rachel and I had a blast setting it up and watching all of the little monsters enjoy the hard work!

Reply January 25, 2013 at 3:09 pm

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leah SAYS:

Where did you find that large color page/pages with the monsters? I am having a monster birthday next weekend and would love to have that!

Reply October 17, 2013 at 6:30 am

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nathalia SAYS:

Hi i am planning my sons birthday party and this theme is absolutely amazing, can you please tell me where you got the supplies? thank you so much in advance

Reply January 8, 2014 at 9:40 am

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