For those who may not know what Moshi Monsters are, it’s a super cute online game where kids can adopt and look after their very own monster! For her birthday, Janelle knew exactly what kind of party she wanted to have, so she enlisted the help from her very talented mother, Candace McMaster of Candy and Cake Sugar Designs, to create the best Moshi Monster Party ever! Filled with adorable plush monsters and decor inspired from the Moshi world, this party is monstrously cute! ;)
PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:
– Fluffy marshmallow, backdrop & sugar cookie clouds, Moshi character topped cupcakes + ’Rainbow’ cake pops!
– Sparkling gem (rox) cookies, chocolate covered Oreos & 3-D gemstone table decor
– A cottage ‘Moshi Monster House’ cake with the birthday girl’s favorite characters
– Clever ‘Puzzle Palace” games inspired by the shot + a monster mask coloring activity
PARTY DETAILS as told by Candace…
This year, my daughter Janelle wanted a Moshi Monster party and had it all planned months before the event date. She even drew up the cake exactly how she wanted it (learning from mommy I guess) and it was a FUN theme to plan and put together with her.
Juli Labrecque Photography captured the entire party and she always does a fabulous job!
For the dessert table we included marshmallow clouds, Moshi Monster rox sugar cookies, vanilla bean cupcakes, rainbow cake pops and chocolate covered oreos. As Janelle requested we had to have some candy. We also included Moshi goo Jell-o into the mix and ordered some vanilla macarons from Little Bird Patisserie.
The cake was a chocolate peanut butter cup flavored cake and replicated the Moshi Monster house in the Moshi Monster world. Janelle asked for her two favorite characters, Poppet and Zack Binspin to be front and center on the cake.
The clouds were an easy last minute DIY by using cotton batting pulled apart and then used fishing line with a little wire shaped like a spiral to attach and then hang above the dessert table.
I thought the gems went with the Moshi monster theme because of the rox that players have to earn that is the currency in the world so I ran with that theme and included them throughout the party. I found a great paper gem template from here and made some tassels from this tutorial that was the most well explained for me to follow and got some help from my hubby to complete them both.
Once the guests arrived they were divided into two teams and then played puzzle palace games which included Mr. Snoodle’s alphabet soup, Time Tangle, Monstro city tower (in which the teams had to build the tallest tower) and Zommer Mummies which had one team member from each team wrapped in toilet paper like a mummy. The teams also had to find moshlings that were scattered around the party area. The guests also decorated Moshi Monster masks that were downloaded from the website.
Each guest went home with a favor bag filled with a gumball tube, Moshi monster tattoos, bookmark and a Moshling mystery pack.
Janelle and her school friends seemed to have a lot of fun and it was so rewarding to hear from one say to another as they left that they had a lot of fun!
– Photography: Juli Labrecque Photography
– Invitation and party stationary: Emporio Elite Digital
– Round balloons, paper straws, gumball tubes and wooden cutlery: Partystock
– French square plastic bottles: The TomKat Studio
– Cloud scrapbook paper: Angilla’s Digital
– Paper plates and napkins: Dollarama
– Candy: Bulk Barn
– Macarons: Little Bird Patisserie & Café
– Favor bags: Michael’s
– Polkadot poms: PomTree
– Gem clips on favor bags: Target
– Rainbow party flags for favors: Love the Day