Modern Little Blue Truck First Birthday Party

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little blue truck dessert table

Julia of Festa com Gosto kept to minimalist styling for this Modern Little Blue Truck First Birthday Party, the whole space looks fresh and calm, but still exciting enough for a party! Of course that backdrop caught my eye… and the cake, all the red balloons and that adorable blue toy truck… and basically I just love it all! (Click here for more fun first birthday party ideas!)

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

  • Pastel blue streamer backdrop embellished with circle strands and canvas letters
  • Red balloons and hanging photo decorations
  • Red frosted chocolate cupcakes topped with an “A” blue stripe fondant flag
  • Blue cake pops on red polka dot straws, brigadeiro cremosos & blue macarons

little blue truck centerpiece

drink station

party sign

little blue truck first birthday

little blue cake pops

blue and red cupcakes

little blue truck dessert table

blue truck cupcakes

red balloons


PARTY DETAILS, as told by Julia

This was the celebration of the first year in Andreas’s life. He is a beautiful boy, with a lot of energy and lots of love to give, and his parents wanted something very especial and boyish for their blue eyed baby! They love minimalist decoration and asked us to keep in mind that “less is more” for the party they had envisioned. Contrary to the majority of parents, they also wanted us to find a theme for the birthday party that stayed a little away from “cute” and all the teddy bears and plushies that moms usually ask as decorations here in Brazil, wich of course was really fun to create! So after much thought and searching, we came across a simple blue wooden truck that we all loved and created everything around that!

We tried to do something very symmetrical, using basic shapes and specially straight lines. The main color was light blue with touches of red, we wanted to take advantage of all the beautiful light available in the room so we decided to stick to a lighter palette. We hanged paper decorations on all the windows, used red balloons to bring a pop of color to the party and put pictures of Andreas with family and friends throughout his 12 months of life on all the pillars available in the room. The ribbons and hanged letters gave the dessert table’s background some personality without taking attention off the desserts themselves. We love how the simplicity of this decorations made it all the more beautiful in the end!

The dessert table was an incredible sight with Isa Herzog’s sweet work! Our cute blue truck was on the cake and cupcakes, the cookies and tiny cupcakes had a vintage feel to them and the cake pops where adorable with their polka dots! On this dessert table we couldn’t be without Black Tie’s gourmet flavors brigadeiros and it all came together with some fresh homemade lemonade!

We are really really happy with this party’s result and the emotion and compliments we got from Andreas’s parents was the cherry on top!

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POSTED BY:jenn s.JENNIFER SBRANTI is the Founder and Creative Director of Hostess with the Mostess®, a hip and modern party planning resource.

9 responses to “Modern Little Blue Truck First Birthday Party”

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  2. Linda says:

    Wow, modern little blue truck theme sounds something unique. decorations are also nice but the best part about this party is the birthday cake and food items.. especially cupcakes. they are too cute..

  3. @isaherzog says:

    Muito orgulho da Festa com Gosto, que criou uma festa lindíssima de um ano, em parceria com meus doces e a Black…

  4. Wendy says:

    Very cute. Love the little truck design and the classic color scheme.

  5. Michael Lynn says:

    Love this theme! Can you tell me where you got your wooden trucks? Thanks!

  6. Marnie says:

    Love that his name is Andreas! My son is named Andreas and have never seen it out in public before!

  7. jacqueline guzman says:

    where did you get the trucks from