Styling & Printables – A Blissful Nest / Cake – Sin City Sweets / Candy – Candy Warehouse / Robot Fondant Cookie Toppers – Two Sugar Babies / Custom Tee – Planet Pudge / Macarons & Sugar Cookies – Poppy Bake Shop
I have a super cute little boys birthday party to show you today! Rebekah of A Blissful Nest shared this Vintage Robot party with me, that she styled and designed printables for. I think the robot details are just right, and the fun background patterns complement it perfectly. Rebekah shares all the facts of the party below. Read on for all the details…
Logan’s daddy loves vintage robots and we thought it would be fun to incorporate something he collects and loves to share with his son on his 2nd birthday. So we did a modern twist with it and used a chevron yellow pattern and a turquoise modern dot fabric from Michael Miller.
It was fun to try to find desserts that went a long with the mechanical theme and so we had red licorice wheels, yellow gum balls, and blue sixlets that all resembled this and used fun names on custom tent cards. We also got mini macaroons and had sugar cookies made that we applied robot fondant toppers from Two Sugar Babies. These were just darling and were made to match the robot used on all the party decorations. The cake was made by Sin City Sweets and had robots made out of fondant around the edge and a mechanical 2 on top of the cake. We could not forget the most important food on the table for the birthday boy!- his favorite. French Fries in custom french fry cones to match the dot fabric on the table runner. He loved eating from his own special cone.
Logan was dressed in this darling baseball tee to match, from Planet Pudge. She incorporated the fabrics we had bought for the tables to truly match it perfectly.
Other decorations included a red wagon full of blown up “world” balls, and a darling arts and crafts table just the right size for the little guest to glue, glitter, color, and paint robot paper dolls that were then hing on a twine line for all to enjoy. Logan’s daddy and friend made the robots for the kids photobooth out of wood and then painted them. The kids loved running up behind them and having their picture taken!