Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Monster Birthday Party




Get ready for a party so cute that it is scary. My friend Toni decorated this party for her 2 year old twins and she went all out. She was the creative genius behind this and she was kind enough to let me help.

Some of the photos in this post have been taken by Debbie Webber with Posh Photography and myself.






***Water bottles were mini juice bottles purchased at Costco that toni then filled with her choice of colored juice. 




The Party Hats:






The Cake:




The favor bags cones:




My Favorite Part: The Photo booth. Made from an Pepperidge Farm store display. This was to display their product in stores and Toni just asked to have it after they were done. 

(I made the sign using my cricut)






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If you have any questions please include your email and if I cant answer it on behalf of Toni then I will contact her. I am sure she will be willing to share any information on this party :)

Faux fur for party decor you can purchase HERE

YOU CAN BUY PRINTABLE SIMILAR TO THIS PARTY HERE


39 comments:

  1. This is soo flippin adorable! Can I book for for my babies first birthday?! Oh, he is only a week old so we've got sometime :)

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  2. Hey there!! I've been trying to plan my little boys first birthday for some time now and nothing is coming together how I would like it. The theme is football, but when I came across this I knew I had to switch!! Can you give me any details or specifics that would help out? Also what did you guys do for a pinata? I would really appreciate it. My email is jennsharps@hotmail.com Thanks agaiN!!

    Jenn

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  3. I would love to know where you got the monster mouths and tops for the pixy stix! did you buy them, or download and print yourself! this is the cutest stuff i've seen in a long time!

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  4. Such a lovely party.scouring the net for little monsters party ideas and got here.thanks for sharing :)

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  5. hi there - i, too, am doing a monster party and i MUST copy those headbands. can you tell me what supplies you used? what are the blue curly things?
    thank you so much!

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  6. @anonymous. I hope you look here because I have no way of contacting you. First, Thank you so much for your interest in this party and checking out my blog. I got the blue wire from oriental trading (you must have a business license to shop there) you can also check out home depot or even use blue pipe cleaner. I purchased the headbands from a dollar store and wrapped the wire around a couple times then shaped them upward. I then hot glued pom pons onto them and then glued on the googlie eyes you can purchase at any craft store like hobby lobby. I hope that helps :)

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    1. You don't need a business license to shop from oriental trading...

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  7. Hi Bridget! Great blog! Awesome party!! I love your attention to the little details!! I too am planning a monster party for my daughter's March birthday. Any chance you might be willing to sell or "rent out" the monsters you made for your photo booth? Feel free to email me at partypaperscissors@yahoo.com if you are interested. Thanks so much!

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  8. Oh My! This is adorable! I love all the googlie eyes...so cute!

    Susan,
    http://www.ohmy-creative.com/
    A community to Create - Share - Inspire

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  9. everything looks amazing!I am in the middle of planning a monster party myself, where did find the faux fur im having trouble finding any as well as the gumballs and containers you had them in. I would appreciate any help thank you so much

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  10. Everything looks great!! I love that you added googly eyes to everything & it made it an instant monster! =)

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  11. @meliam, I tried to email you but you don't have an email attached to your account so hopefully you check here. I got the faux fur online. It was NO WHERE to be found in stores in Utah :( The gumball containers can be purchased through me if you like. Just let me know

    Bridget

    @lisa, thanks for your kind words :)

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  12. What amazing details!!! I love every inch of it. :0) Megan

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  13. Can you please tell me where you got the monster masks?

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  14. Hi there,

    Love your blog. Can you give me some details about this party? My email is konamorren@gmail.com. Where did you get the paper monster mouths? Did you make the cookies? I'm torn between this party and your cookies and milk party for my soon to be 1 yr old!

    Thanks,

    Kona

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  15. You did an amazing job!!! I am doing monster theme for my son who is turning 2 and id love to know where you got those water bottles i love the shape!!
    Tanyacanedy513@yahoo.com

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  16. hey this party is awesome aim doing a monster party also and interested in finding the gum ball containers and where you got the lil mouths from and what are the drinks are they all water and u colored them or did u buy them in colors like that and if so where..akkbrowns at yahoo.com you did a awesome job..

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  18. My twin boys are turning 3 in July and everything is...oh a monster in there. I would love to do this for their party. Do you sell the printables for the monster party? Please email me melbriscoe@comcast.net

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  19. I love the water bottles! Where did you get them? Also, is it just colored water or juice that you used? Please email me at: bab8808@aol.com

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  20. I'm doing monster's (Same colors even!) for my little guy's 1st birthday on 5/27...I would love to know where you got the little mouth print outs :)

    chelsea.kenkel@gmail.com

    also, where you ordered the faux fur

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  21. Hi! I love EVERYTHING about your table landscape!!!! It is amazing. I will be using this as my inspiration for my son's first birthday! I am so very excited!!! Could you email me at crissy1212@gmail.com and let me know where you got the monster mouths? I am having a hard time finding them. Also on the drink bottles, where did you get them? Much thanks!!!!!

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  22. Awesome party... great inspiration! what are those little bottles and where can i get some...? Did you make the monsters for the photo booth...and what are the kiddos standing on in the booth? so cute! cassiepearce@ymail.com

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  23. Great idea! love it. Can you please send me more info on this party-- I'm looking for all the monster printouts and stuff. Thank you. brynao@hotmail.com

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  24. Amazing! I could look at these photos forever! :)

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  25. Doing a monsters inc party and love to incorporate some of these ideas. Are those Aqua Pods (water bottles)? Also, are the blue wire and tableware from oriental trading? I have an account there and would love the help. I have the monster lollipops, duckies, pop ups and tattoos from there too. Thanks corinnecervino@yahoo.com

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  26. would you please email the details? everything about this party is pefect.

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  27. I love this monster theme. I am planning this theme for my son's first birthday and would love to know where you got the paper monster mouths? Also how you made the monster cookies or did you purchase them? c.paris0415@gmail.com. Thanks =)

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  28. Hi there.

    Just hoping you could tell me about the water bottles.
    ruthconijn@gmail.com

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  29. Can you tell me where you got the cookies? Also where did you get the monster cut outs like the ones you have on the long sugar straws? Elishamataele@gmail.com any info on where to buy items would be helpful! Thank you!

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  30. I'm new to your blog...I seen this and am absolutely memorized by this party!! I see there are MANY people that have asked particulars about how things are done...are you sharing or do you have instructions posted somewhere...I would love to do one for my grandson's!! Please email Angie at Ratsrear@aol.com.
    Thanks!!

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  31. Where did you find those cookies? They are amazing! I'm having a monster bash for my sons on January 19th and am on the hunt for cookies :) ashli109@gmail.com
    Thanks!

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  32. can you please tell me where you got the monsters to go on top of the pixie sticks? Angie_yag@yahoo.com

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  33. Please email me at teylirbaker@ hotmail.com. I would love to know where you got the monster mouths for the photo booth!

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  34. Thanks for sharing I love the head band idea.
    Kristti @http://www.specialbirthdaypartyideas.com/

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  35. Love all of it. So cute. Would love more information please on all of it please. Especially where you found the faces for tops of pixy sticks, what is in the center of the peach rings on cupcakes, how you made the favor cones, and where you found the two tone polkadot plates? Thank you. davisnikkid@yahoo.com

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  36. Love love love this party. The pop of colour and the 'googly eyes' are just awesome. Such a fun party that all the kids would love :-)

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  37. Where did she/you get the little pom-pom "mop" looking things that are on the photo booths with the wiggly eyes?

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