I was put in charge of the sign, and providing the site for the party. I purchased this design on Etsy 2 days before the party, and got it printed at Office Depot the morning of the party. I was so impressed by how this printed up at Office Depot–I paid to have it mounted and it was under $25. I highly recommend getting it printed there if you purchase one.
We had people go directly to the backyard when they arrived, these balloons are being held down by golf tees–and made the perfect path for everyone to find their way to the party!
This is the second time we have purchased the cupcakes un-iced from Publix and I highly recommend it if you know how to whip up your own icing. I made a banana butter cream that was very easy to pipe and tasted delicious!
I followed a simple Rice Krispy Treat recipe to make these Honeycomb Treats. These were gone by the end of the evening and everyone loved them!
I made the cakes for both the smash and the party. This was a glorified banana bread with the same banana butter cream frosting. The recipe was from the Cooking Channel and I followed it exactly with this exception of doubling the recipe to make two cakes.
The party was at 4pm, so finding a little snack for everyone to munch on was as simple as milk and cereal. Everyone loved the choices of cereal and made a perfect snack for the little ones at the party.
I am always amazed by the balloon garland my sister makes. This time she had my dad create this structure which we then taped streamers and the balloon garland to. It made a perfect little spot for the cake smash and opening gifts.