I’ve been meaning to share these pics with you for a while now and I’m finally doing it!! Erika from SourPunch Studio contacted me to style some really fun printables she created with a Monster Mash party theme and I had such a great time! The colors and designs are so bright and fun with playful little monster, eyeballs & monster mouths! These printables are obviously meant for a birthday party, but I think they would work great for a not-so-spooky Halloween party for the little ones as well!
I started with a fun backdrop that is actually a furry blanket I borrowed from a friend. She found it at Sam’s Club last year and used it for an adorable monster party she created for her twins. I covered the table with a simple white table cloth but added green and white striped wrapping paper on top for a little more color along with some coordinating placemats.
I used the cute monster cutouts from Erika’s collection to the ‘Happy Birthday’ banner on the backdrop as well as some googly eye cutouts surrounding the birthday boy’s name banner along the front of the table. Eyeball cutouts were used to add some spook to all the candy jars as well.
At the center of the table was a simple cake I ordered from the grocery store. I requested they make the purple “hair” and then I added the monster eyeballs.
Other desserts included darling monster sugar cookies I ordered from the local sugar cookie lady. That’s really what she goes by!
I also ordered cupcakes from my local grocery store and again requested the ‘hair’ frosting in coordinating colors. Cupcake wrappers and 2″ circles from the party collection were added to the cupcakes. I love the mouth and eyeball toppers!
Fun drink wraps were added to flavored juice bottles and baker’s twine was used to tie on the matching purple polka dot straw.
I made Monster Mallow eyeballs to go along with the printable designs using candy melts and decorating gel. I’ll be posting a tutorial on how I made them soon! 🙂
For simple favors, a thank you tag was attached to a tube of gumballs in matching party colors.
Other printable items in the collection include the customized welcome sign, cute masks and mouths for the kids to wear (perfect for a photo booth!), the darling invitation and thank you cards.
Doesn’t this make you want to throw a not-so-spooky Halloween party now?! My favorite thing about Erika’s designs, besides how amazing they are, is that they are customizable, which means you can add whatever wording you want to tent cards, signs, invitations, etc. I LOVE that!!
You can find this Monster Party collection in her Etsy shop HERE. Be sure to visit her blog as well!
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