Boom, smash, crumble and quake this Construction Birthday Party will make you shake!
Coming out of Cape Town, South Africa from Kerrith and Simone of Boutique Petit, this bulldozing bash is sure to dig at your heart!
So, grab a hard hat and come on-site. Then be sure to check out these details that will certainly delight:
- Construction Themed Birthday Cake
- Custom made Cement-topped Hairpin Tables
- Overhead Balloon Installs
- Ghost Chairs personalized with Construction Themed Vinyls
- Tool Box Lunches
- Hard Hat Gift Dump + Wall
- Cute Construction-inspired Cookies
Construction Birthday Party
This is what Kerrith & Simone shared about the party:
“This was our fist children’s party set up with Chenel of the popular Cape Town Raising Wildlings blog. We had so much fun getting to know her and her lovely family. Furthermore, it was a pleasure to plan a construction themed party to celebrate Jaxson’s 2nd birthday. He was the sweetest little boy.
We set up Jaxon’s party for ten kiddies in his grandparents garden in Durbanville, Cape Town. They had an absolute blast. The construction theme is one of our most popular themes and we always have so much fun conceptualizing and creating for the construction party theme.
Decor & Food:
Our wonderful industry friends really came through for us and ensured our vision was brought to life.
For the tables, we collaborated with Erin and Warren from Happinest Hire who custom made cement-topped hairpin tables with a custom overhead structure. We paired the tables with our ghost chairs that were personalised with construction themed vinyls. We also used Happinest Hire’s mesh backdrop and metal frame bar counter for the dessert table.
Kikki & Franki created the custom name board which formed part of our backdrop.
Sabena from Fairy Cakes outdid herself with the two-tier construction themed cake. She also created accompanying sweet treats of brownies, cupcakes, iced biscuits, marshmallows and rice crispie squares.
Lemon Salt Design created the awesome stationery we used to style the different party elements.
Each kid received a personalised construction hard hat which was hung up on a wooden board that Jaxon’s dad made for the party. The guests also received a toolbox filled with sweet treats and snacks. Custom party favours included mini play dough pots from Dough Animal.
Mick Creative was there to capture all the lovely details and the kids having such a great time on the jumping castle. The weather really played along that day and didn’t interfere too much with our party plans.”