10/29/20

McKenzie’s 8th "Party Animal" Theme Birthday Party

Our sweet little animal loving girl turned 8 this month and I can help but feel all the feels about it. On one hand I'm so proud and blessed to be able to watch her grow into such a wonderful and kind person, yet on the other hand its hard on this mama's hear to except that she's no longer our little baby girl. I wouldn't have it any other way though, I think it is ok for mamas to have a little cry over their babies growing up. It just means that they love them that much more!

This year McKenzie wanted to have a wild animal party. Thank goodness for Etsy because I honestly didn't know where to start. I found this adorable "animal party" themed birthday set with all the bright colors that she is loving these days and I was sold! The invites, backdrop, game posters, thank you notes - all had coordinating images that pulled the entire party together. It made for an easy set-up for sure. All I had to do was add balloons and a few other accessories to take it over the top (I tend to do that a lot ;/).



The cake toppers are animal figurines I found at our local dollar tree. I just spray painted them coordinating bright colors  to match the rest of the details.

I went simple on the cake and purchased this one from our local Walmart. They always do a great job and they are delicious!

I was surprised to find the Cheetos brand Cheetah Paws at Walmart, so I of course grabbed those up.

The Zebra tails were my favorite. I found that idea off of Pinterest and had to incorporate. Some little guests were a fan and some weren't but they made for a cute addition to the table ;o)



Each place setting had a goodie bag filled with animal themed toys and a cup full of what was supposed to be frosted animal crackers, however they melted in the car on the way over ;'(

This is where I get into trouble. I saw this idea on Pinterest and had to add it in! I mean how cute are those little safari animals in their carrying cases. Over the top I know but I couldn't help myself and kiddos couldn't wait to pick theirs out. So it was a win-win!



These mask I found on Amazon went perfectly with the theme. Its always fun to have a photo booth or even just props to take party pics with.


These little blow up animals were a sweet little touch. I used the elephant as a centerpiece and it made the perfect statement as our little guests enter the room.

Pin the tail on the zebra was a request from the birthday girl so I can't take credit. Im so grateful for the little shop, Design My Party Studio, on etsy once again for thinking of everything when it comes to party decor! Her cute bday t-shirt is from etsy shop About A Sprout.





We so enjoyed this sweet little party and felt so much love! Thanks to all of the creatives out there that make it so much easier for us mamas to plan the perfect celebration for our little!



 

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