Selected as Party of the Day on September 18th!

Seussical Soiree

Serendipity S By Serendipity S  in School Party/Play


Party Recap

As told by Amy Atlas:

This Dr. Seuss party was sent to us by Catherine from Serendipity Soiree. Her daughter’s 1st grade class studied Theodor Seuss Geisel for their author studies and honored what would have been his 108th birthday by filming a production of Cat in the Hat. Catherine created a Seussical soiree for the production. She brought the book to life with illustrated signage and illustrations for the backdrop. We love the illustrated cake and red velvet cookies. Other sweet treats on the dessert table included Thing 1 and Thing 2 cupcakes topped with cotton candy, as well as red and blue candy. Catherine dressed up strawberry water (pink ink drink) with fun stripy straws and drink flags.

Something extra sweet…The table was a surprise for her daughters teacher who is expecting any day. Catherine created a sweet sign that read: ”Somebody special is coming you see…Mrs. Wilson’s brand new baby…The cat in the hat will be…the very first book in his or her’s library…write your name on the front or back of it’s pages…it’s something he or she will treasure for ages! signed the cat” Fantastic! Scroll down for the vendor credits.

Photography by Oh hello Joy for Serendipity Soiree.



  • Denna's Ideas M

    Denna's Ideas M wrote:

    FAbulous party!!! Love the comic graphicness of it ;) congrats!!

  • Brittney C

    Brittney C wrote:

    Where did you find the fish and Bump sign, I'd love to get that for my childrens birthday party.

  • Le'keia S

    Le'keia S wrote:

    Where did you find this background

  • Serendipity S

    Serendipity S wrote:

    Hi there... I'm an illustrator... I draw all of my backgrounds :)

  • Serendipity S

    Serendipity S wrote:

    Thank you everyone... The bump sign and any of the printables etc are available to purchase via the shop or contact serendipitysoiree @gmail. Com

  • Latrice G

    Latrice G wrote:

    How did you creat that window?