Real Party: Construction Birthday

Today’s post features a real birthday party that is just over the top fabulous.  One very talented woman is behind this amazing event.  Jessica Levitt is a dedicated mom, sewer, crafter, designer and blogger.  I think you’ll agree that she can add ‘exceptional party planner’ to her list of skills.  Just take a look at this construction themed bash she put together for her son who loves Bob the Builder.
Construction Birthday Party

Construction Birthday Party
Jessica sent out Digger Truck Invitations from TinyPrints but designed all other aspects of the party herself.   I love that the guests were greeted by construction barricades made from old sawhorses.  A custom dump truck logo was used through out the party on items such as the cupcakes, cups, napkins and even a coloring sheet.  Refreshments were served up on a food table decorated in brown, orange and yellow with nuts and bolts and clever little ‘dig in’ signs. Each child had their very own personalized hard hat and there was plenty of sand to get messy.

There are so many beautiful images of this modern construction birthday party, thanks to the talented photographer Christianne Ebel, that you’ll have to check back later today to see the rest!  So much more to come!

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Carrie Sellman is the Founder & Editor of The Cake Blog. Her work has been published in BRIDES Magazine, Country Living Magazine and featured online at People, Today, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Redbook, Real Simple, TLC, The Cooking Channel and more.

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  1. 2

    says

    One of the cutest Construction theme parties I’ve seen. I love the introduction of the polka dots – makes it festive. The tools cookies are the best!

  2. 7

    susy says

    where can i find these signs? this is just what im looking for right now. Please let me know ASAP. I as well am planning a construction themed birthday party for my son. Thanks!

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