Caden’s second birthday cannot possibly be here already! 😱
He is obsessed with Elmo, so we knew Sesame Street was the way to go!
- I used Avery Light Transfer paper on an Old Navy T-shirt to create a custom Sesame Street shirt. I also made M is for Mommy and D is for Daddy shirts for Sean and I!
- We had pizza, club sandwiches, pasta salad, veggies, fruit, chips, pretzels, cupcakes, cookies, and chocolate covered pretzels.
- For drinks we had bottled water, iced tea, Arnold palmers, and Capri suns!
Last minute I decided to use Avery table tents leftover from our wedding to label food with the characters!
I cut a large number 2 out of a cardboard box and covered it in pictures from the past year.
I printed picture of the characters and made a Caden Street sign to make centerpieces. They are actually attached to a wooden spoon and hot glued into the mason jar. The mason jar is filled with dollar tree shredded paper.
Staples sells 12″ x 12″ x 12″ boxes. We used clear packing tape to assemble and colored duct tape to decorate the edges. I printed and cut out the ABC 123s for the sides.
This sign will be placed near the parking lot to guide guests towards the party.
I love having a guest book for our parties, so this sign will remind people to sign!
- We used Sesame Street party bags from Party City to put a box of crayons, goldfish, and a rubber ducky. I created these tags to go on top of the bags. We also had bubbles that didn’t fit inside the bag and were more fun to use during the party anyway!
JCPenney Portraits does a great job for cheap! Check out some of our pictures. Caden was not in a smiling kind of mood, but I love how the props we brought (stuffed animals and balloons) gave the brick backdrop such a Sesame Street feel!