Party for Girls
04/28/2014 08:46AM ● Published by Hood Magazine
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Here are details from Jessica, owner of Serendipitous Events - Sioux Falls , SD.
Vendors: Confetti Creative Co., Ideal Wedding & Events, Meredith & Bridgett's, ABC Rentals.
Use 2 different napkin patterns for an eye catching table pop.
Have your graphic designer create labels with each child's name for a personal touch.
Cups and glassware
We purchased these adorable milk jugs from the local craft store for a spin on the traditional cup.
Rent chairs to place at the table for a little extra detail and color influence.Always use table linens for a styled look.
Use wrapping paper for your table runner! This allows for easy clean up and and a pattern to a plain table linen.
Use cardboard numbers add modge podge and glitter to add texture and sparkle to your table.
Take inexpensive flatware and dip in modge podge then, sprinkle with gold glitter for a fun detail and an easy way to add texture to the table setting.
Spell out the number two. Paint the cardboard letters which you can find at your local craft store. This is a fun project for you and your child to do together.
Dip cups in frosting and roll in sprinkles for an edible and colorful rim.
Paper straws are a fun way to add a design to an ordinary cup
Did you know your local bakery will customize a frosting color to match your parties theme? Stack your donuts like a cake! Donuts cake are all the rage right now!
Use cake stand and vases of varying heights to keep the eye entertained when looking at your main table!
Buying candy for large vases can get expensive. Use a filler such as a candle in the middle and then surround with the candy.
Give each kiddo something to take home to remember the special day! Have your graphic designer create a sticker that matches the labels you used on the milk glasses for a cohesive style!
Create a panCAKE by stacking pancakes all the same size and placing on a cake stand! Add sprinkles and candles for a fun twist on the traditional cake. Add a topper for a little extra splash of color.
We highly recommend hiring a graphic designer for the creation of your invitations! This person can also create table toppers, banners, pennant flags, stickers, labels, signs and other paper goods! This will help you achieve a cohesive style!
Use oversized balloons for a big POP in your decor!
Have your designer create a paper banner with your child's name! Hang it on your door or above the food table for a more personalized touch.
Hire a photographer for your Birthday Party! Have the photographer set up a photo booth and snap shots of the kiddos with balloons, paper banners, table toppers, smiles and friends! Use the images to send a thank you note after the party!