Looking to construct a rugged and boyish birthday party in the near future? If so, you have got to see this awesome Construction Birthday Party submitted and styled by Tania Srdanovic of Tanias Design Studio!
Construction Birthday Party
Complete with construction-inspired sweets, decor and stationery, this parties tool-box is packed full of goodies! So, fasten your tool belt and jump on it!
Some of my favorite ideas + elements from this fun-filled joint birthday celebration include:
- Construction barrier sweet labels and name cards
- The cutest construction themed cakes
- Hard hat + tool belt favors
- Really cute construction-inspired sugar cookies
- A fun road banner running up the center of the kid’s dining table
- A peg board dessert table backdrop
- Utensil set labeled as “tools”
- Construction cone party hats
- “Wet Paint” Rice Krispie Treat paint brushed
- Cupcakes topped with construction-inspired toppers + wrappers
- Stop Light fruit kabobs
- And more!
Construction Party Details:
This is what Tania shared about planning the party- “Can you dig it? Well my boys sure did! Having two boys born on the same day, but 5 years apart means I have to pick a theme that makes both happy and well, building stuff is fun and for any age!
Kids table was set up with each child having their own ‘toolbox treats’ gable box filled with snacks and treats for the hard work day ahead. ‘Tools’ aka utensils and a proper hard hats were all laid out and created the party mood!
Cakes: My 7yo wanted a Kitkat cake and so I decided to use some ‘caution’ tape to keep all those yummy treats in place!
Paint Bushes: Rice Krispie brushes were dipped in fresh paint (melted chocolate) which made a quick and simple treat.
Nuts and Bolts: I purchased the mold on Amazon.com and melting chocolate wafers took no time, but made for some really fun treats.
Traffic Lights: Slicing and skewering fruit never looked so good. I think these went first!
Cookies: Construction theme cookies were made by the talented Evon of Cookievonster.
I created the backdrop by hanging and connecting two smaller sized peg boards I purchased at The Home Depot.
To create the paved road table runner, I taped down black card stock and then added some white card stock strips for the lines.
Name cards and food label tutorial is available on my Instagram account: @tanias_design_studio
Structural Engineering: Jenga is a game for young and old and it had guests happy and entertained.
Pylon Ring Toss: I purchased some pylons and simple clear tubing by the meter. I made the rings by cutting the tubing tot he ring size I desired and then taped the ends together with some coordinating washi tape! Signage and point markers are included in the party package I designed.”
Build up some other all-boy parties with this inspiration:
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