Looking for a fresh birthday bash with a killer vibe?! Check out this Modern Glamorous Science Party by Sarah Nickens of SG3 Events, out of Washington, D.C.!
Filled with the cutest modern decor and simplistic science sweets, this celebration is just fantastic!
So scroll on down and take a look and be sure to check out these favorite details, spilling over:
- Science Themed Surprise Cake
- Glam Balloon Installation
- Modern Pink + Black Glam Table Settings
- Hanging Balloon + Hoop Decorations
- Syringe-topped Dessert Shooters
Modern Glamorous Science Party
This is what Sarah said about styling the party:
“This birthday party was for my daughter who loves STEM! She wanted to celebrate her birthday with a science experience and show her friends how fun science can be, so being a wedding and event planner myself (SG3), I had to make it Fabulous!! She loves pink so we knew that we would infuse pink in the decor. We also decided to add navy blue so that it would be co-ed.
To stay within the theme, everything had to be fabulous and science-inspired. The tabletop decor included modern dinnerware and flatware. Also, the cutest flower rose gold spoon for ice cream. My favorite part has to be the DIY hanging molecules inspired chandeliers which my daughter also helped paint. The balloon wall infused with navy blue mini balloons (to resemble molecules), and different shades of pink is another one of my favorites.
I partnered with a colleague in the wedding industry who owns Molecular Foods and Cocktail, a science-themed cocktail and sweets company, and a mobile science party company called Stem Kids VA. She brought the fun and science experiments to our home. The kids engaged in tons of science experiments and explosions that were a sight to see, all while learning about chemical reactions. They also got to make their own ice cream which was one of the biggest hits at the party.
Modern chairs and tables were provided by Just Kids Party Rentals and the science-themed cake was provided by Lilly Magilly’s who designed the cake with input from my daughter as well! The goal was to keep it simple and also make it an experience, so we added test tubes as cake topper filled with colored water and dry ice to create an experience. The cake was filled mini chocolate balls and sprinkles in the color scheme of the party so upon cutting the cake, the fillings poured out to create a cool experience.
Every child took home a goodie bag that was filled with lots of sweets and additional science experiments to try at home and engage their curiosity with STEM. They had edible chocolate test tubes from My Favorite Sweet Favors, Beaker Creative Science Experiments, and Skittles in a beaker that could be eaten or used to create a science experience with instructions.
All the kids had an amazing time in this fun, hands-on experiential party. They learned a lot about science, engineering, chemical reactions all while having fun!
Photography and Videography were provided by Eye North.”