Wednesday, July 20

real parties | Diary of a Wimpy Kid - Kristin Mika

Zoo Wee Mama!!!
What could be better, (especially during the hot summer)...
than hosting a birthday party centered completely around watching a fun movie together...

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Party Host: Kristin Mika
Celebration Type: 8th Birthday Party
Party Theme: Diary of a Wimpy Kid
Inspiration: Diary of a Wimpy Kid book series and movie
Color Palette: Bright orange, green, red and yellow
Party Style: Modern • Fun

Kristin Mika of Hampton Paper Designs created a "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" movie night for her son's 8th birthday.
The fun vibrant color palette used throughout every little detail of this fabulous party caught the attention of party guests right away.
Met at the door with a "cheese touch" walkway, guests were led to the basement where the party fun began.
Read on for more fabulous details about this adorable party...


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Favorite Party Details:
• cheese touch walkway
• t-shirts for the party guests
• candy bar
• book party favors
• watching a movie as the party activity

If your child loves the Diary of a Wimpy Kid book series - this birthday party is the perfect way to celebrate their special day!

Here's what Kristin had to say about the party:
"The kids followed the "cheese touch" walkway to our basement in which they were offered a Diary of a Wimpy Kid t-shirt to get in the groove! Pizza and drinks were offered and then the kids were able to help themselves to popcorn and candy at the candy table prior to the viewing of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid movie.  After the movie, the cake was cut and kids were able to gather their party favor, The Diary... Do It Yourself Book.
Putting this party together was actually quite easy! We did all the prep work for the candy table during the week and ordered pizza the night of the event. Kids had pizza when they arrived around 5 and then got candy and popcorn for the movie around 5:30. We did a big showing of the movie at 5:30 and then cake around 6:45. The kids really watched the movie (we were very surprised!) and had such a great time."

For more party details visit Kristin's blog!
Sending out a huge thank you to Kristin for sharing this clever birthday party with us!!
After this fun party inspiration, I'm ready to grab some popcorn and sit down to enjoy the movie myself! *wink*

Vendor Credits/Supplies:
Party Paper Products: Hampton Paper Designs
(with credit to Lucy Borge for the hand-painted watercolor popcorn image)
Diary of a Wimpy Kid Books: Barnes and Noble
T-shirts: Target
Lollipops: Hammond's Candies
Bags & Popcorn Boxes: Michael's
Table Cloths: JoAnn Fabrics
Cake: Thomas' Aunt Barbara
Photography: James Woo Photography

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