Saturday, June 1, 2013

The Red Balloon Party - Details.


We kept the decorations simple for The Red Balloon Party that we styled. We made a string of tassels out of tissue paper that we hung above the kid table. White spray paint was our best friend for this event. We purchased black letters at Hobby Lobby to spell out the birthday girl's name and then spray painted them white to coordinate with our color scheme.


We served our guests a drink made out of fresh strawberries, a simple sugar syrup, and ginger ale. Belinda, from The Party Garden supplied us with paper straws and wooden forks, that we covered with scrapbook paper.


Party crafts for the kids included making a balloon face and also creating a stained glass balloon out of red construction paper, clear contact paper, and tissue paper. Having a Silhouette Cameo came in handy, and made cutting out faces and balloon shapes quick work.


Even though we had a couple organized activities for the kids to do, they had the most fun running around with their own balloon playing catch. We heard a lot of popping balloons throughout the party from different children!


 

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