Wednesday, July 23, 2014

A Three Year Old's “Construction” Birthday Party




We had a wonderful party for my grandson, who turned three. Can you believe it? 




He loves big trucks and my son decided that a Construction Party was in order.
Everyone had to wear a hard hat. 




And we had a crew lunch, I added the flowers… One, the colors went perfectly with the theme and two, doesn’t every occasion need flowers?




A big truck with “Nuts and Bolts”



Paper plate holder and flatware holders. 




Lollipops for everyone. 




“Rocky Road” Brownies and a cute cake




“Wrecking Balls” 




He had a wonderful time!! And he got a lot of presents. Very important when you are three. 





I am joining these ladies and looking at all their tables. Susan at Between Naps on the Porch, Cuisine Kathleen and the Style Sisters.
 

10 comments:

  1. Adorable theme, wonderful details!! Love how the sunflowers tie back to the construction yellow. Love the lollipops and the wrecking balls. Fun color story!

    Lory
    Designthusiasm.com

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    1. Thank you so much Lory!!! I appreciate it all your comments!
      Cynthia

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  2. So cute, who wouldn't love a dump truck full of goodies, and a sleeve of wrecking balls!
    Jenna

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  3. Cute party!! Such great ideas, I've pinned it!!

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  4. A birthday for your grandson to remember for sure. Love the bright construction yellow in the signs and trucks. The sunflowers are the perfect touch for this construction birthday tablescape. The little duck "mason" is the cutest of all!

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    1. I agree Candy! Thank you for all your kind remarks.
      Cynthia

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  5. This is precious! I love all the bright colors and toys. You are so creative!! I know you must have had an amazing time! Happy Birthday to your grandson!

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    1. Thank you Sharlotte!! We Did! Thank your for your kind comments.

      Cynthia

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