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Monster High Birthday Party – Part 3: Haunted Drink Station

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I love the look of the Monster High Haunted Vandala Doubloons Doll with all her sea-inspired details and translucent accessories, and thought she’d be the PERFECT inspiration for this Monster High Birthday Party Drink Station!

The colors of Vandala’s outfit are slightly different from the main Monster High colors, which I used throughout the rest of this party (as posted in Part 1 and Part 2), but are still in the same general realm, so I used a mix of printables and accent elements to blend the 2 looks and color palettes together. Scroll down to take a closer peek at the details!

CREATIVE DETAILS to look out for:

  • Pink Pirate Ghost Punch served in a glass barrel drink dispenser adorned with “Detention Chains”
  • Translucent cups embellished with plastic lacing to mimic the look of funky laces
  • SEA-SATIONAL straws with DIY drink markers: fangtabulous lips & freaky fish!
  • Haunted Sea Foam” bubble garlands made from translucent plastic balls

Monster High Vandala Doubloons Doll

Vandala is the daughter of a pirate ghost and is adorned with pink chains… which is why the idea for pink “Pirate Ghost Punch” came to be. I designed a little scroll banner sign/label for the drink and used the doll’s arms as the “holder”!

Pink Pirate Ghost Punch - Monster High Party

The glass barrel drink dispenser was embellished with twine, craft gems, and metal chains – which I found in the jewelry aisle at my local craft store. The printable paper anchor is a nod to the anchor details in Vandala’s outfit. I also dug through my Halloween storage bins to find a lacy spiderweb linen to set the dispenser on. (You can always find black lace by the yard at your local fabric store too.)

Next up are the “SEA-SATIONAL” sipping straws! I really had some fun with these:

Monster High DIY Straws

The fanged lips & freaky fish straw markers are made from red plastic straw accents that I found in the discount bins at Michaels. (They were $1.50 per pack of 6.) They both started out red, so I spray painted them pink, blue, and silver to match the party.

For the accents, I cut little “fangs” from white cardstock to add to the lips. In all honestly, gluing the fangs on is a bit tedious since they’re so small, but if you’re feeling patient it’s worth it, because they definitely make an impact this way! For the silver fish accent, I utilized the printable Bow Tie Silhouettes from the Monster High Dessert Table again, and simply cut one side of the bow off to use on top of the tail. Ta da… freaky fabulous fish!

Monster High Printable Drink Sign

The translucent were embellished with plastic lacing to mimic the look of fashion laces. Plastic lacing lays flat and doesn’t slide around easily, which makes it great for projects like this. Added bonus: it’s cheap!

Monster High Freaky Fish Drink Straws

If these drinks don’t say “freaky fabulous”, I don’t know what does! ;)

Pink and Blue Drink Station - Pirate Ghost

Here’s a closer look at the plastic ball garland too. I ordered this ball set and just used the balls that I matched the party. (The other colors will come in handy for different project soon!) These garlands are surprisingly easy to make… promise! (See my DIY tutorial here.)

DIY Ball Garland Backdrop

For lots more Monster High Party Inspiration, check out Part 1 (Activities) and Part 2 (Dessert Table) of my Freaky Fab Fun Monster High Theme!

P.S. All of the Monster High dolls and products used throughoug this party are from Toys”R”Us.

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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.

7 responses to “Monster High Birthday Party – Part 3: Haunted Drink Station”

  1. fiesta inspirada en muñecas Monster High! Ideal para una tenebrosa fiesta de cumpleaños http://snip.ly/7hSh?utm_content=buffer5b454&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

  2. @JSGEvents says:

    Monster High Birthday Party – Part 3: Haunted Drink Station http://t.co/t82GYAhpz7

  3. […] P.S. Make sure to visit my other Monster High Party Posts for lots of ideas on how to utilize these free printables. You can find them here: Part 1: Activities | Part 2: Dessert Table | Part 3: Drink Station. […]

  4. @HWTM_Jenn says:

    @414freebird @MonsterHigh Here’s a whole drink station inspired by Vandala :) http://t.co/nLeVrbxqIH #TRUBestBirthday

  5. Krystal says:

    Do you have printables for this lovely drink station?

  6. […] Printable from Hostess with the Mostess […]

  7. Vee says:

    Hi Jenn!

    do you have the drink station printables? I checked your ETSY shop but no success. Please let me know.

    Thanks,
    Vee