Beach Birthday Party – Beach Themed Party

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My daughter turned 5 this past weekend so I threw her a beach themed birthday party at our neighborhood’s beach on the lake. It was a blast…and she said it was the best party ever! Score!

Here are a few of the highlights – when uploading the photos I noticed I didn’t get pictures of everything šŸ™ oh well!

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Cupcake tower made out of thrift store plates, candle sticks and cups. Spray painted and glued together with E-6000 glue.

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Party favors. I purchased several towels in different colors and monogrammed each kid’s initial on them. I tied on a thank you note with curling ribbon.party5

Sand art – we actually never ended up getting to this because all of the kids were having so much fun swimming in the lake I hated to make them stop šŸ™‚ But…this was supposed to be the sand art station. I spray painted lids to baby food jars. I could not find colored sand at the store so I put sand from the beach in zip lock baggies and I had food coloring that I was going to mix with it. The kids would have then used the funnels to add in whatever colors they wanted to the baby food jars.

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Table decor – various sized glass jars (Mason, Ball, etc). I tied cotton twine around it and then hung seashells we have collected over the years at the ocean. I then filled them with sand and stuck pinwheels in them that I also made and decorated the centers with buttons.

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I made these cornhole boards and then painted them with chevron stripes (so.much.fun to paint those, not! I actually made a template so I’m good to go to make a 100 more chevron sets! lol). I also made coordinating bean bags to go with each board.

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These were the cupcake liners that I used above as well as these were the tins th

We had also ordered pizzas which helped cut out me having to cook! Whoop whoop! Overall the party was a ton of fun and I was really happy with how everything turned out!!

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I made this vanilla pudding fairy doll cake for Little Finch’s classroom celebration. Obviously, it was a huge hit! party7

…and because i’m a little bit of an over achiever (ok, a big time over achiever) I made this chocolate chip cookie cake as well! The kids and teachers loved everything!

As always, I’d love for you to PIN pictures from this post!

Thanks so much for stopping by!

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