Selected as Party of the Day on March 8th!

{Little Monster Birthday Bash}

Partylicious E By Partylicious E  in Birthday

Drinks

Party Recap

A colorful celebration for a first birthday! Our Little Monsters were a huge hit with guests at this fantastic party. The color palette was a rainbow of bright colors combined with chevron print in orange and black.
I wanted to feature a large fluffy monster as our perfect background for this amazing dessert table. Large eyes and a mouth gave life to this blue monster. My friend Johanna Padín from GloboArte created two stacked monster balloon columns to frame our background, as well as a stand alone yellow monster for the favor/gifts table.
The dessert table is to die for with all of this color and sweetness. We served our usual favorites: monster cookies, eyeball Oreos, marshmallows in stripey straws, brownies with monster toppers, cheesecakes and nutella tarts. The amazing cake by Jovanna Valentín at Jovadiel Party Shop was a perfect design inspired on the little monster clip art we used for all the paperie. We used several of our monsters to decorate the areas.
I set up a drinks station with fruit punch and embellished water bottles with stripey straws. Items such as cups, napkins and favor boxes are from Oriental Trading.
Favor bags were transformed with cute monster faces and a thank you tag attached with ribbon. The favors included more candy, monster cups, plush items and monster rubber duckies from OT.
I adore the centerpieces! I created fluffy monster heads with googly eyes for a fun pop of color.
This has to be also one of my favorite parties so far. Hope you enjoyed the photos!

Vendors:
Design, styling and paper products: Partylicious
Balloons: Johanna Padín at GlobArte
Desserts: Sugar Bliss by Mari
Cake & Cupcakes: Jovanna Valentín

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23 comments

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    Anjeica G wrote:

    I love your party it is the cutest monster party.excellent color and chevron combo. Where did you buy the chevron tablecloth ? Great job

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    Stephanie W wrote:

    Can I ask how the monster Ballon columns were made? Adorable! !

  • Maria L

    Maria L wrote:

    That's a beautiful theme where can i get the tablecloths

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    Jamie H wrote:

    I have been trying to find fuzzy material like what you used for your monstwr, but am having trouble. May I ask where you found yours?

  • Partylicious E

    Partylicious E wrote:

    Hello! To answer all of your questions. Tablecloths were rented locally but you can probably purchase them online at www.efavormart.com. The fuzzy material we found locally also at a fabrics store. It was with the fabrics used to make rugs and pillow cases. You can certainly use a shaggy rug for a similar effect. The balloons were made by my local balloon artist.

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    Chasity M wrote:

    How did you make/buy the large monsters?

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    Sandy A wrote:

    Do you know if the eyes on the balloon monster columns were painted on, paper cut outs stuck on with tape or are they balloons with eyes already printed on them? Thanks!

  • Alex J

    Alex J wrote:

    Hi I absolutely love your monster theme? Where did you get the large monster posters against the tables? They are just too cute!!

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    Jenilee O wrote:

    Im Curious on the monster balloon columns?

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    Emily F wrote:

    I am wondering the same- the large monster posters where can I purchase them?

  • Sophia G

    Sophia G wrote:

    Can you tell me how you made this little monster? Are you willing to make more, sell, and ship??

  • Elizabeth S

    Elizabeth S wrote:

    Just Fyi....I found the large monsters on a website where you can download the clipart. It is called Mygrafico.com. I just do not know how to transfer to large poster board.

  • Rheannan P

    Rheannan P wrote:

    @Elizabeth...where did you search/find the Monsters on that site? I searched and I found some other Monsters, but not the ones used at this party.

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    Cassie R wrote:

    Lovely party! I'm curious about the monster columns & where to get the chevron tablecloths as well.

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    Mar A wrote:

    Hi, how did you make the larger monsters that everyone is asking about? like the orange one near the table and the green one? thanks!

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    Mar A wrote:

    these ones! :) how did you make these monsters? thanks!

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    Ariana S wrote:

    Such a cute party!! I want to know where to buy or how to make the board monsters standing next to the tables

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    Michelle S wrote:

    I would like to know how to make or where can I buy these monster board. Thanks

  • Lore D

    Lore D wrote:

    Is there a DIY method for the monster balloon columns? Tips, suggestions?

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    Teresa P wrote:

    I would like to know how to make the big monsters.

  • Krystal K

    Krystal K wrote:

    How did you make these monster foam cutouts...kkiper00@yahoo.com

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    Felicia P wrote:

    Hi, I was wondering where did you find your chevron table cloths? I cannot find round chevron table cloths anywhere.

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    Kimberly S wrote:

    Hi I was wondering how did you make those monsters cut outs big?