This awesome MAD SCIENCE THEMED BIRTHDAY PARTY was submitted by Debbie El-Alo.
Get your goggles on and gear up because this party is just spectacular! From the fabulous science themed desserts/sweets to the cute backdrops and labels! This party is full of cute and creative ideas that could work for either a boy or girl!
The Mad Science party ideas and elements that I like most from this fantastic birthday bash are:
- The cute test tubes filled with jelly beans
- The fabulous periodic table of elements and blackboard backdrops
- The fun newton cradle cake pops
- The fabulous cience themed cupcake toppers
- and MORE!
Science Water Bottle Label – SpaceshipsLaserBeams
Mad Science Party printable labels and invitation – LemonberryMoon
Science Chalkboard Backfrop – SugarSweetPrintables
Entertainment – Ben from Scientwists
Science plates, Party Bag, Placemats, Cups, Napkins – Meri Meri Fundamental range
Cake, Cookies (Laboratory Cookies), Cupcakes (Carbon Dioxide Cupcakes) , Chocolate covered Oreos (Oreo Molecules) & Macaroons (Albert Einstein Macaroons) & Chocolate Bars – Queen Baker
Cake pops – (Newton Cradle Cake Pops) Cakes by Josephine
Black Sequin Table Cloth – Memories are Sweet
Green Jelly (Chlorophyll Jelly Experiment) – Debbie El-Alo
Lollies, Small Pots for Jelly, Plastic Servers – The Little Big Company
Mad Science Party Details:This is what Debbie said about planning the party-
“My son and his friends loved the theme and had fun making experiments with Ben from ‘Scientwists’. They all got a lab coat and goggles and got to do fun experiments like making slime!
I wanted to do something fun and educational and my son Zac loves science.
I wanted all Science themed desserts and each one had a name to suit the Science theme. The ‘Toxic Waste’ green cordial was a huge hit with the kids as were the Carbon Dioxide Cupcakes! That made a fun element to the table.
The skeleton was a fun prop and all the kids also loved the periodic table place mats. I also bought test tubes and filled with jelly beans (Test Tube Protons). Other props included pharmacy jars and skull jars. I hung light bulbs on the front of the table to add extra effect.
The kids absolutely had a ball and they were all Mad Scientists for one day”!
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