A Dino-Mite Dinosaur Party

Karoline of Karo’s Fun Land recently planned a party for her nephews and we LOVE the finished results.  Karoline incorporated our Dinosaur Printable collection and I just love her creative styling and wording ideas!

Check out all of the precious photos and read on for the details as told by Karoline….

Here are the details as told by Karoline….


I’m super excited to share with you my twin nephew’s 4th Dinosaur Birthday Party. Last year they were all about Toy Story.
This year they’re more active, adventurous, and sooo loving dinosaurs.  So I thought  they were gonna love a dinosaur theme for their 4th birthday.  Sure they did!!!
My Inspiration for this party started with the color palette from the Anders Ruff dinosaur printable. I just simply love those happy and fun colors.    From there I decided to put together a table with some fun themed treats which included green dinosaur rice krispies, bugles corn snacks simulating dinosaur toe nails, dino-mite jellos and vanilla cupcakes with dinosaur toppers from Edible Details. Yum Yum!!   And because my nephews love balloons I included two giant orange balloons to the table decor. The kids looove  them!
For the centerpieces I just wanted to do something simple, but fun. I filled some jars with rocks, fake grass, and dinosaur figurines. They turned out T-Riffic!!!!
There were also dinosaur footsteps which directed  thirsty guests to the dino-mite drink station.  I definitely had the best time styling my nephew’s birthday party. They already named me as their official party planner WooHoo!! We totally had a blast and a roaring good time!!!!

Styling and Party by Karoline – Karo’s Fun Land
Dinosaur Party Printables –  Anders Ruff 
Dinosaur Cupcake Toppers –  Edible Details
Giant Balloons –  Shop Sweet Lulu


  1. Hi! Love the party! Wondered where you got a few of the other items…
    -Wrapping paper (green & white stripe and orange & white polka dot.)
    -small striped cups for dino toe nails and cupcakes.
    -did you make the tiny banners that went around the water and drink station?

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