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Our little monster turned 3! Monster has always been a nickname for our youngest, so it seemed like a perfect theme. I knew I wanted a variety of friendly monsters and bright colors. I LOVE how this party turned out. 

 

Classic white cupcakes are dressed up with printable monster cupcake toppers. I love the big eyeball. haha! I created these fun cupcake stands by covering a box in fur fabric. It added a fun monster feel and a great pop of color.

 

This cute little monster cake was one of my favorite items of the party.  Blue for my son’s favorite color. There are lots of tutorials on pinterest to make these yourself. 

 

One of the things I loved about this theme was all of the cute treats that could be made. Wilton sugar eyeballs in several sizes were added to colored sugar cookies for a silly monster cookie.

 

Dipped pretzels are a favorite at my parties. I purchase pretzel rods at my grocery store and dip them in melted Wilton’s white candy melts. Then top with sprinkles of your choice. I added them to clear jar with eyeballs to make bright monster hair. 

 

My son requested a party hat last minute. I found a plain blue party hat at my local party store and dressed it up with googly eyeballs, a card stock mouth, and fur accents left over from my boxes. 

 

Isn’t that hat the cutest? Ok maybe the birthday boy adds to the cute factor. 🙂 I found his adorable shirt on etsy from Heather Rogers Designs. It was perfect!

 

I created a kids party table with simple centerpieces made from my printable party circles in colored containers and monster sticker sheets.  

 

We had an Adopt a Monster table for guests to take home a party favor as they left. My printable monster centerpiece circles created a cute display. 

 

Each favor had a mini plush monster, bubbles with a printable label, and a monster sucker. They were packaged with my printable monster favor tags.

 

A friend and I created this monster bean bag toss. We used a large card board box and craft paint. Pizza pans and cookie sheets made perfect stencils for our smaller monsters. We used an exacto knife to cut out their mouths. We cut out the horns, teeth, and eyes from card stock to add some extra details. This was such an inexpensive party game and super fun to make. 

 

Around Halloween I found fun monster photo props at Target. My kids always love taking photos with friends using fun props. It has become a regular activity at our parties. 

 

 

Our monster party was a big hit! I had one happy little boy. I hope you found some fun ideas for your next monster party. 

Happy Birthday Little Monster!

 

Check out the monster invitation, backdrop, and matching party décor in my etsy shop.

Shirt: Heather Rogers Designs

Monster Sticker Pages: Oriental Trading

Monster Plush: Oriental Trading

Monster Suckers: Oriental Trading

May 14th, 2018

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