Climb aboard Fuller Airlines for one sky high party! Our little Graham turned two (sob) and when planning his party I gave him a few choices. I asked him if he wanted a 'balls and bubbles' party or an 'airplane' party (both themes are absolute LOVES of our little one) and as you can see he chose "pairplanes" as he calls them. Party guests were greeted by this fun balloon wreath and sign.
The kiddos got to take home some baggage with their very own personalized luggage tags.
In their baggage party favors we included, a fun scratch off coloring page, airplane kits, bubbles, pixie sticks, candy airplane, in-flight snacks (popcorn), star suckers, and blow-outs.
The decor was minimal due to the fact we hosted the party after church on Sunday.
All party printables were created by me and can be purchased at Embellish's Etsy shop.
The lollipop suckers were custom made by Gary's Tempting Little Bites on Etsy and then I added the cut-out propellers, punched the holes and slipped them onto the sucker sticks.
|don't mind the incorrect spelling on "propeller"|
Guests drank "Jet Fuel" (water & Capri Suns)...
... and ate their in-flight meals. Adults had chicken croissant sandwiches, chips, potato salad, and fruit. Kids ate PB & J, chips, pudding cups, and string cheese. I purchased these fun plastic clam shell boxes from my local grocery store's bakery/deli. The manager only charged me $.05 a piece. STEAL!
The party was originally going to be outside, but at the last minute we pulled it inside due to the overcast weather. Everyone had fun, nonetheless.
The birthday boy had a blast throwing his "pairplanes" around our house and I loved watching every minute of him enjoying his time with friends and family.
This is the best family picture we could muster.
Fun was had all around and the many planes are still flying all over my house a week later.