Wednesday, June 15, 2011

A Traveler's Party! -Part One-



I'm sharing with you my son's 8th birthday party, themed for travel due to his interest in other countries and maps and even different languages! He helped choose which countries we would feature on the party and the different elements that would be presented on each country table.  Yes, we 'traveled around the world' by presenting a table for each country selected; so here we go.....


PACK YOUR BAGS...a 'check in table'!



Handmade label by In Flight ~ Suitcase Favor Boxes by  Favor Makers ~ Tags by Catnip Studio ~ Boarding tickets from Michael's Craft Store ~ Framed card by Earmark




Supplies from Michael's ~ Airplane cutouts from Dollar Tree ~ Compass Tag by Catnip Studio




Compass from local antique shop ~ Journals from Target




Pinwheels by Twirlie Whirlies ~ Balloons from Shop Sweet Lulu



 POPCORN FOR THE TRIP!
Luggage from Land of Nod ~ Printables by Paper & Pigtails






Wood letters handmade by In Flight ~ Tissue Decor from Party City ~ Framed Art from Keep Calm Shop







THE GUESTS TABLES



Pinwheels by Twirlie Whirlies  ~







Globe from Home Goods










Napkin Rings made with Martha Stewart Kraft Paper Roll and Stickers from Michael's ~ Tableware from Walmart




I loved the wooden utensils from Shop Sweet Lulu




The kids colored pages from different countries with the wonderful airplane crayons from Red Elm Designs














Bottled Water labels by Paper & Pigtails


Please come back tomorrow for Part 2 of the Party Post where I'll share pictures of the tables representing each country,  his cake table and a special 'Souvenirs' table as well!

Special thanks to all the amazing vendors!
~ Mayra





4 comments:

  1. Everything turned out sooo fantastic! I love it all!

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  2. Insanely amazing girl! You outdid yourself! This is by far one of my fave themes and you rocked it! The color palette set the stage & you're epic talent took care of the rest! =)
    Hugs
    Superchick!
    www.celebrate2da.com

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  3. This is so amazing! I love the concept and how it was all put together! I'd surely be visiting your blog should I need party ideas for my kid :)

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