Tuesday, December 14, 2010

{Event Recap} Yo Levi Levi - 1st Birthday Party

I'm so excited to share with you my latest party! When Fenella first told me she wanted a Yo Gabba Gabba theme for her youngest son's first birthday party I got really excited. My oldest daughter is a huge fan as well so I had some ideas right away for her.

It was so easy and fun to work with Fenella. She's a super crafty mom herself and had lots of great ideas for the party. My main focus was the food tables and she coordinated almost everything else! Here's how the party turned out.

The food spread


The food included:
Foofa Fruit Salad, Monster Muno Pizza, Tooty Tortilla Chips and Dip, Plex Pita Chips and Hummus

Plex Pretzels


Brobee Brownie Pops


Napkin wraps


Cake topper designed by Enchanted Events & Design.
And to show you how talented Fenella is, the cake she made herself!

Gate sign created by Enchanted Events & Design in collaboration with A Blissful Nest. I also created the water bottle labels and found printable masks on NickJr.com


Fun Brobee favor bags Fenella created
Magnets and thank you stickers were created by Enchanted Events & Design


The birthday boy with his dad and mom


To round the party out Fenella also found a Brobee piƱata, bounce house, and a yummy 36" pizza!

This was such an easy theme to work with due to the amazing items found on NickJr.com. They have a ton of free printables for every aspect of your party! The backdrop, characters, masks and images on the magnets and thank you stickers were all found on their site.

11 comments:

  1. Everything turned out fantastic - thanks Alex, you did an amazing job!! I got tons of compliments at the party :)

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  2. WOW!!!!! Looks awesome!!! Happy Birthday Levi and great job girls!!!!

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  3. Love it! So sorry we missed it..you two are super creative!

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  4. This is so cute. I was wondering how big you printed the backgrounds?

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  5. I printed the backgrounds on 8.5"x11" paper and then glued them all down onto a giant foam board the size of the table. The entire backdrop came out to 6' long (length of the table) by about 18" if I remember correctly.

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  6. How did 4 sheets of 8.5"x11" paper turn out to be 72" long? The backgrounds look much larger than the standard 8.5 x 11. Did you have them blown up?

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  7. Hello I love what you did my question is if i dont have a printer at home how could i print stuff?

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  8. There were more than 4 sheets of paper. Each section was made up of several printed pages that had to be lined up to form the background.

    You can always take your printables to a professional printer. Some popular printers are Fedex Kinkos, Costco and Staples.

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