Simple Construction Birthday Checklist

My mom and dad throw great, extravagant parties, but that’s just not my gift. Simplicity is my gift. Also, waiting until the last minute is a new gift I inherited. I birthed it right along with my children.

Back on topic, Jenna. Haley’s post really spoke to me, and I have kept it in mind while party planning. It’s not that I wouldn’t LOVE to throw a huge, expensive bash, but simple is really more my style and stress level.

Thrill your baby boy or baby girl with this simple construction birthday party idea. No need to make a huge fuss to get a big result. My favorite part is how to display the snacks. Genius.

 

Supplies:

Cake: chocolate/chocolate cake, construction toys for topper, candy corn
Decorations: yellow, black and orange balloons, streamers, tableware, caution tape, construction toys from around the house
Snacks: use construction toys to hold snacks
Tip: keep decorations focused in one area for the biggest effect; spreading it around the whole house will just make it feel sparse

Thrill your baby boy or baby girl with this simple construction birthday party idea. No need to make a huge fuss to get a big result. My favorite part is how to display the snacks. Genius.

Friend, I didn’t even make that cake. Store bought; so haute. I did decorate it though to be clear. I will take all the credit for that creativity.

Thrill your baby boy or baby girl with this simple construction birthday party idea. No need to make a huge fuss to get a big result. My favorite part is how to display the snacks. Genius.

Even if you do make the cake and you mess it up, it’s supposed to be like that. You win.

Thrill your baby boy or baby girl with this simple construction birthday party idea. No need to make a huge fuss to get a big result. My favorite part is how to display the snacks. Genius.

Do you know how many stores I went to for caution tape? Easily the most effort exerted for this party. A lot of very cautious people around here.

Thrill your baby boy or baby girl with this simple construction birthday party idea. No need to make a huge fuss to get a big result. My favorite part is how to display the snacks. Genius.

She put chips in a hard hat? No she didn’t. I did.

Thrill your baby boy or baby girl with this simple construction birthday party idea. No need to make a huge fuss to get a big result. My favorite part is how to display the snacks. Genius.

Snacks in the trucks! Now you’ve seen everything!

Thrill your baby boy or baby girl with this simple construction birthday party idea. No need to make a huge fuss to get a big result. My favorite part is how to display the snacks. Genius.

St. Joseph the Worker. Get it?

Thrill your baby boy or baby girl with this simple construction birthday party idea. No need to make a huge fuss to get a big result. My favorite part is how to display the snacks. Genius.

Yeah. That’s a library book back there. It has a truck on it so it belongs.

 

red-pinterest-button-1

some text

Comments

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

    CommentLuv badge

  1. says

    Love everything about this! Haley’s post resonated with me too. Simple is beautiful and let’s love do the rest of the decorating. Like I said before, hoping my toddler falls major in love with trucks before his 3rd this June so I can copy! Haha, I’d rather the trucks to his love of donuts…

  2. says

    Oh wow! I love this! My 2 and a half year old son loves trucks, tractors, and bulldozers! I might steal this idea for his next birthday. :)

  3. says

    Awesome! I’m a big birthday party fan and this theme & ideas are going on my list! You say you like it simple, but this looks like you put a lot of time & effort into it! Way to go! I’m sure Sam loved it all! Did he try to dump the trucks with the goodies in it? :)

  4. says

    Oh so creative!! And cute!!!!

    I’m like you, simple. Well, you know, not simple-minded. A simple outlook. ;) Almost anything (or nothing, as the case may be) for less stress. Although, I have to watch how far I take that sometimes because I can veer off into sheer laziness.

Trackbacks