I went to the local craft store bought about $10 worth of cardstock and got to work with their die cut machine and began to prepare our decor for the party. A few trips to Michaels (for the balloon tub, the plates, vase, and hot pink/orange tins - all 40% off, plus $15 off that with coupon!) and Target (for the table cloth, tray, frappacinno glasses, mini-waters, and both popcorn bowls...one is actually a planter), a final online trip to Amazon (for the straws, dart balloons, and cake pop covers) and a party theme is born!
The food and drinks were inspired by all things that 'pop' - Italian soda pop, popcorn chicken, pop rocks on the cupcakes, Pringles (Pop the top!), Tootsie pops, jalapeno poppers, and a delicious tasty mix of popcorn that Angie found and prepared!
|Don't forget your Cake*POP*! As a thank you for coming!|
We had a lot of fun plotting and planning - and I always love when a plan comes together so well! If you're interested in the labels (2"x7.5") for the water - feel free to message me and I will email you the PDF. Stay tuned for a post about the event itself. :)
|Angie and I with our party girls*!|
* No my daughter's dress was not planned to match the theme.
I bought that for $3 on consignment a year ago and when
I went to get her dressed that morning I found it!
It was serendipitous! My bracelets however were deliberate! :)