Not sure there’s anything baby Sawyer loves more than baby shark and not sure there’s anything we love more than baby Sawyer, so it was a perfect theme for his two-two-two.
We put a modern spin on this anthem well known by parents far and wide by using teals and pale yellows throughout as opposed to your typical primary colors. Centerpieces were made using different sea creature balloons placed in vases containing water beads.
Panels adorned with balloons, some resembling bubbles, set the backdrop for the desserts and Baby Shark himself. A “Sawyer Shark” decal tied it altogether. The birthday boy was all smiles!
The party was filled with jumps in the pool and jumps in the aqua-colored bounce house with Baby Shark himself getting in on the fun too! And, of course, no pool party is complete without some snow cones. Sawyer’s birthday winded down as the little ones cooled off while enjoying their tasty treats!
What People Ate
Snacks included hummus dip topped with a hermit crab bell pepper, a shark made out of watermelon resting in a sea of blue Jello and Swedish Fish, and plenty of fresh fruits and veggies.
What People Drank
Drinks were divided into a Baby Shark tin containing juices and waters and a Daddy Shark tin containing adult beverages!
Our sweet treats included Oreos topped with Baby Shark’s entire family, cupcakes topped with our baby shark popping his head out of rainbow sprinkle-topped frosting and other adorable custom-made “2” toppers, and a cake made of all things summer: sand, sea, and ice cream!
Sand buckets stuffed with a shovel and other sand accessories adorned with a tag thanking guests for a “FIN-tastic” time!
Activities / Games
Baby Shark himself joined guests for plenty singing, dancing, and playing! He even jumped into the sea-colored bounce house the little ones spent plenty of time in! The party closed out with guests cooling off while they enjoyed some snow cones!
Andrew B. Welch
James Paige Designs
Cindy Y. Shaw
One Big Party Dallas