I wanted to share with you guys this fun Monster Mash party that myself and Sweet Jelly Parties styled. Hopefully you can get some good ideas to bring into your household. This was a fun and NOT SO SCARY party.
You know those simple stools from Ikea in the kids department? Well, these are those stools and the covers were sewn by Jamie’s mom, but the legs are just socks found at the dollar store. SCORE! With the left over fabric from the covers, Jamie’s mom make some flag bunting to drape across the backdrop of the dessert table.
Another detail our little monsters loved were the sweets! Cake, cake pops, cookies, monster munch and yes even more cake in the form of a push cake. If you haven’t had a push cake before they are the greatest thing ever for small kids. You get a small portion of cake all wrapped up in a little push pop that allows it to be a mess free experience. Ours were from Push Cakes and they were delicious. You can’t beat that.
This area was for the kids to decorate and play.
How awesome are these Trick or Treat bags!!! They were for each child to use and were so well made. The design and embroidery was impeccable.
These were the shirts I made to have the little monsters dress up in and they acted as a take home favor for them to wear. Just purchased some blank white t-shirts from Walmart in the packs and then designed each one, printed on iron-on transfer sheet and wallah you have a customized shirt to match!
The kids walked away with so many goodies from this party. Trick or treat bags, snack cups full of monster munch, mini monster hats, they built their own furry monster to take home and not to mention custom t-shirts with their names on them. Alyssa made these by creating a coordinating image on the computer to go along with all the other paper printables she made that helped pull the overall look together. She then printed them out on Avery brand transfer paper and ironed them on. Fairly inexpensive if you buy the Hanes t-shirts in the 5 pack and such a cute detail your guests will love.