Hello Lovelies! So this weekend we had a teeny party for my littlest, Hunter, who turned 3. By teeny, I mean, H + H, my brother, the hubby, and me. Uber teeny. I just want to let you know...a teeny party is no reason to not have decorations. This was very the first time I strung garland across the entire living room. It looked great! It instantly felt festive.
The decor was based on Hunter's favorite color - YELLOW and his favorite thing - MONSTERS.
So I made him a little monster. Who Hunter appropriately named...wait for it..."Monster."
Vintage yellow invitations were sent out to our teeny extended family found at moxie thrift on Etsy
Yummy Delicious Cookies ordered in shades of yellow to match the party
Handmade Monster Cake – recipe for “Best Birthday Cake” from Smitten Kitchen (if there is only one cake you ever make…OH HEAVEN! this is it) with Jell-O brand vanilla pudding filling and cream cheese icing – Ina Garten via Food Network
The eyes stuck on with toothpicks were leftovers from my zombie party. Don’t worry we did NOT eat them.
The cake pennant was made and embroidered by me (see DIY here on Canvas and Canopy)
Little monster cake bells (adapted from Bakerella's Cake Balls) with candy sugar eyes (Bake It Pretty) and gummy worm horns (couldn't find Runts anywhere, I wanted to use the bananas)
All garlands made by yours truly…didn’t see that one coming did ‘ya?
WHITE PLATTER (w/cookies on it) – TARGET (PAST SEASON)
VINTAGE CLEAR CAKESTAND - ETSY
GUMMY WORMS, YELLOW WRAPPING PAPER - TARGET
PARTY BLOWERS & PARTY PICKS – PIER ONE
YELLOW CANDLES – BAKE IT PRETTY
YELLOW STRIPED TREAT BAGS – FORT AND FIELD
YELLOW BALLOONS (small - garland and 3 foot - not shown) – BALLOONSNMORE via YOU ARE MY FAVE
ZINC “H” - ANTHROPOLOGIE