My youngest is turning 3 on Friday, December 21 (I know...the end of the world). But we had his birthday party last Saturday. He asked for a Toy Story theme (or Buzz/Woody party) for his party, so I decided to go all out! He dressed up in in his Woody costume and we had a Rootin', Tootin' Good Time! Check out some of the details pictured below!
My Birthday Boy!
This is a free printable banner that you can find here on this blog. There are a lot of other great Toy Story Printables that you might see in other photos. :)
I retouched the picture to blur his name...it didn't really look this messy. :)
I saw this Subway art on another blog and decided to make my own! So cute. This went on the gift table as you can tell by the previous picture.
The Army men were joining the party via zip line. There were 3 different stations they were watching over. Gifts, Food and Kids.
The table where the tots ate food
M constantly is telling me how "Buzz holds Woody" in the last part of the movie, so I thought this would be a cute thing for him to see. He was REALLY excited and again, kept telling me how "Buzz holds Woody!!"
I recreated the logo of the Toy Story 3 logo to incorporate M's name! This logo was on the invitations and the thank you cards and a few other places. I decided it would be cute to have Buzz hold a sign with the logo as well on the food table. Kind of a "Man on Mars staking his territory."
Again, the army men...
The food table. Pre-food.
Oooooh, the CLAW!!
This backdrop (along will all of the backdrops) is just a Dollar Store Table cloth! It covered over the kid's artwork and really transformed the space for the party!
The characters were cupcake toppers that I printed from the same website as above. I made the space ships to match the movie's Pizza Planet and put their pictures on the ships. I think it really added a great finishing touch to the backdrop.
There are those Army men again. They were a big hit with everyone!
This was M's cake. Dark Chocolate cake mix, Mint Chocolate Frosting (the new mix your own kind!), Mentos, Sour Straws, Green Gumdrops cut in half and some black food gel! They turned out great and M was so excited about them!
They were stationed under the CLAW of course! :)
The toy blocks spelled out a special birthday message.
We got these Buzz & Woody Potato Heads last year for Christmas. There's Ham too!
I hope you enjoyed my little Toy Story Birthday Party! Stay Tuned for some cute pictures of M and his friends at the party! They all had a great time!
Now on to G's Mickey Mouse Themed Birthday!! :)