Fairy dust that shimmers and wishes that come true, this Minimal Neverland + Lost Boys Birthday Party by Brandie Coe of Mom in Vanhattan, out of Coquitlam/BC/Canada, is so, so cute!
Second star to the right and straight on till morning, the following, included elements are worth exploring:
- Adorable Neverland Themed Birthday Cake
- Neverland-inspired Party Invite + Prints
- Green Balloon Garland
- Star Cupcakes
- Custom Neverland Themed Sugar Cookies
Minimal Neverland + Lost Boys Birthday Party
Brandie’s party snippet-
“I LOVE planning parties. There is something sooooo satisfying seeing my ideas come to life for my little boys. Luke didnt ask for any theme in particular so I thought about words that describe him best. He is our little explorer who loves to be outside and our baby. I never want him to grow up and to always be our baby. With the prints from The Print Annex in the boys’ room, I decided that a Lost boys/Neverland theme would be perfect but with a Boheme twist.
My favorite part of the decor has to be the balloon garland. Guys, this was soooooooo super easy to do! I have seen these on Pinterest many times and thought they would be super difficult and time-consuming but it wasnt. I grabbed a few different shades of green and gold balloons in different sizes and blew them all up (a balloon pump is nice to use as well if you have one the big balloons will leave you a little light-headed after blowing them up lol). Once they are blown up, grab a long piece of thin ribbon and cut it to the length you would like. Then grab some clear jewelry wire (looks like a fishing line) and tie one end to the balloon and the other tightly to the ribbon. Keep doing this and layer new shades while squishing them together to give the garland some depth. I also used scrapbooking dots at the ends to add some extra balloons to hide the ends. Lastly, Command stripes will be your hero and save your walls from holes. You can see one in the first photo below on the right-hand side for reference.
Blue, green, gold and natural bleached wood tones were the colour scheme which was given to Cuppy Cakes by Julie to do her magic. Seriously, I cannot say enough good things about her cakes, cookies, and cupcakes. I have used Julie for a few years now and love her!
Pirate treasure, anchors and clear bottles to represent the Pirates.. Teepees, Feathers and a wooden horse to represent the Indians. Twinkle lights inside the bottles for Tink and of course stars!!!! We can’t forget the lost boys (and girls) who were all of Lukeys little friends who came to celebrate!”
Photography by Brandie Coe Photography
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