The Invitations are Out

….now it is time to get crackin’ on the rest of the party!

Superkid’s seventh birthday is later in October.  We’re having a party for her friends early in the month, so that Superkid’s birthday won’t be overshadowed by her daddy’s extensive Halloween decor (among other scheduling issues, too).

During the summer, I saw the posts Lindsey from The Pleated Poppy did on her daughter’s Teeny Tiny birthday party, and I immediately knew this would be the perfect theme for Sariah’s party.  I did a Google search on “tiny party” and found additional inspiration here and here and here.  So, our party theme obviously isn’t original, but I’ve had fun personalizing it for Sariah’s enjoyment and adding a few touches of fall.

I’ve been using these colorful papers to make some of the decorations and party items.

I’ll be making party hats using this template I found and shrunk down to the tiny scale I wanted.

I’ve been cutting out lots of little triangles, to make teeny-tiny pennant banners to use instead of streamers.

Pretty paper is also being used to cover little water bottles.

The invitations were a cinch to make, and I thought it was a fun touch to put the 2×2 inch invitation card inside progressively larger envelopes.  Just giving the hint of shrinking down to tiny size while the little girls open their invitations.

The real story on these invitations is that I didn’t come up with the pennant banner front idea until today….when I was recreating an invite just for this blog post…I feel silly saying it.  What the guests received actually looked more like this before they went into the envelopes. 

 Simple, easy….but the pennant card really is cuter, don’t you think?  Oh, well.  Too late, now!

 I was able to fit all the party info inside that tiny card by printing it onto paper, which I folded, accordion style, and glued inside the card.


I had some fun coming up with the wording for the invitation.  (We must use our English degree somehow, mustn’t we?)

The invitation reads:

Once there was an itty-bitty baby,
Who grew into a pretty little lady.
We know she can’t stay small forever,
She just keeps growing!  However…
….We thought it might be fun to celebrate
Superkid sprouting from small to great
At a little bitty,
                 teensy weensy,
                         skinny-mini,
                                       smally-wally,
                                                                    teeny tiny
                                party! 
(Time, address, RSVP, etc.)
We’ll enjoy tiny snacks, tiny treats,
and have a tiny bit of fun
as we celebrate all things tiny
and 
Superkid’s 7th Birthday.

Now that the invitations are out, I’m finishing the decorations, and gathering the supplies we’ll need for games and fun.  Besides the tiny pennant banners, we’ll make things festive with tiny balloons.

At the party, we’re going to have a little fun with mini pumpkins and we’ll even have a mini marshmallow roast!  I’m going to work on making some really darling party favors this weekend, so I’ll post more pics and ideas, soon!

In the meantime, if anyone has seen some great ideas for cute cupcakes (possibly with a fall vibe?), please, please post a comment with a link.  It can’t be too complicated, but I’d love to have something fun for the party since I’m not planning on having a big cake at this one.  Thanks!

I’m linking up with:
giveaways
 Beyond The Picket Fence
BCD 125

 

Comments

  1. sweeter than cupcakes says:

    I love your fun ideas!

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