Grinch-themed First Birthday Party {Vendor Collaboration}

I absolutely love working with people who love parties.  And working with Juli and Dana from Tabletop Treats was no exception.  Tabletop Treats was working with one of their customers on a fab-u-lous birthday party  for a sweet little guy turning one.  The mom/dad decided that they wanted a grinch-themed party…and since Tabletop Treats had all the goodies under control, I whipped up these printables to compliment the theme.  I’ll let Juli and Dana do the talking from here on out…be take a look at all of this eye candy!!!!

Grinch 1st Birthday Party

From Juli (Tabletop Treats)

“This festive first birthday party was styled around a “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” theme.  Dessert was made up of three tables that included a “Milk & Cookies” station, a “Grinch Goodies” station of various desserts and the main station which displayed a show-stopping cake by Swiss Chalet Bakery & Cafe.

The Grinch Who Stole Christmas Party The Grinch Who Stole Christmas Party - Whoville Treats Grinch Goodies - Whoville Holiday Christmas Party Milk and Cookies PartyMatching backdrops on the two tables that framed the main cake station were designed around a fun Grinch silhouette created by Swish Printables.

Grinch Silhouette - backdropSwish Printables also created matching dessert labels that tied the tables together.

Christmas Tree - made out of cookies Christmas Cake PopsThe main table backdrop was designed to mimic the classic Grinch banner and Who-ville wreath and the treats that surrounded the cake included stacked gingerbread cookies to look like Christmas trees, ornament cake pops and sugar swirl cookies.

The Grinch Who Stole Christmas - birthday cake The Grinch Who Stole Christmas - birthday cake - close up The Grinch Who Stole Christmas - 1st birthday cake - close up

Thanks so much to Juli and Dana for sharing the party with me.  I loved working on it and I hope that your customer loved it too.

Styling: Tabletop Treats
Printables: Swish Printables
Ornament Cake Pops: Little Cutie Pops
Photography: Dana Benz Photography

Comments

  1. Brittany Manning says:

    This is awesome! What a creative party! Love how all the little details make such a difference – it all ties together so well!!

  2. Matthew Baron says:

    The whole display is beautiful, and the Grinch silhouette makes the theme immediately and unmistakeably recognizable. Love it. Hats off to an amazing job!

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