Domo Arigato, Mr. Roboto. (I just had to say that!)
We recently had the pleasure of working with Stephanie, the host of Sonoran Living, a TV Show that is based in Arizona. When she told us she was having a robot party for her son, we were thrilled to create a new custom robot collection.
Our sweet friend, Nancy, of A to Zebra Celebrations is a good friend of Stephanie and helped Stephanie style the party. The two made an absolutely excellent team and I am so excited to share the results!
The robot party was held at a private park and the children enjoyed the splash pad (FUN!) and included water activities, treats from an amazing dessert table and a ROBOT pinata….
The guests were greeted by a sign from our printable collection…
How precious is the dessert table!? I love how bright and cheerful the table feels with all of the colors from the collection – blues, orange, yellow, gray…. Read on for more details from the focal table…
Stephanie displayed the cutest robot lollis (bought from Oriental Trading!)
I adore the cupcakes and the wrappers remind me of little gears along the top!
Cassie Selle of Cakes by Cassie made the cupcake tier for Stephanie out of wood and then Stephanie painted it and embellished with ribbon.
Check out that pinata! Nancy’s mom has a custom pinata business and she made this pinata to match the printables! Amazing, right?
Also, the Robot cake pops (inspired by Bakerella’s tutorial)
I love how she styled the table – adding fun DIY crafts like the circle robot crepe paper “flags”. She used the printable robot from the banner and double matted it with cardstock and made a crepe paper fan for the backside.
Stephanie made the pretzels and Marshmallows literally right before the party. SO cute!
Another adorable shot of the table with that amazing pinata, fans and treat display!
This robot cake is amazing…. I just love the display, too! (By Cakes by Cassie)
Stephanie used our printable banner along the front of the dessert table. She layered the circle gears on top of cardstock that she cut with her cricut.
I also love the display of the chocolate bars – CUTE little robot enjoying his chocolate 😉 “Robot Power Cells” and “Computer Chips” printable wrappers were wrapped around the chocolates.