Jan 31, 2012

Construction Zone Guest Dessert Feature

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions, Kids

Who knew that you can do birthday parties at the Home Depot? What a great idea for kids. This party was sent to us by Maysem from Ode to Inspiration. Turkey sandwiches, bags of sliced apples, and organic fruit snacks were packaged in tin lunch boxes. Sweet treats included “mud cupcakes” presented in a dump truck, sugar cookies and ¬†clementines. Hard hats and orange traffic cone “cups” accessorized the tables. Guests took home hard hats and aprons that were personalized by the Home Depot art department. Great job!

To see some more construction themed parties, click here and here.

 

 

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  • Birthday parties at Home Depot? Genius! My son would love this idea! Love the adorable little lunchboxes.

  • This is so cute! I love.

  • Thanks for featuring my table! What an honor:) The Home Depot crew was great!

    • Elisa

      Maysem, where did you find the tin lunch boxes???

  • Barb

    We did a similar home party for my grandson’s first birthday. Home Depot gave us the aprons and we filled the pockets with goodies instead of using treat bags. We found the orange plastic construction cones at the dollar store. We also had a framed photo of him on the table… He was outside sitting in the bed of a large toy dump truck wearing overalls, a hard hat and barefoot. Too cute!

  • This is adorable! Love the “mud cupcakes” and the tin lunch boxes! So many cute ideas to inspire here!

  • chellie

    I had a construction themed party for my two year old and had a hard time finding ideas. I thought I would share my cake with you. The party was pretty simple but here is a link http://nateandchellieison.blogspot.com/2011/11/he-turned-two-and-i-made-awesome-cake.html

  • Carrie

    Where did you find the metal lunch boxes? I have been searching hi and low for something similar! Thanks!

  • Katie

    This is adorable! I too have been searching high and low for those little tin lunch boxes–a lead would be super helpful! Thanks!