Oct 07, 2013

Mad Scientist Guest Dessert Feature

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions, Kids


How fabulous is this Mad Scientist party from Alexis of Sugar Sweet Buffets? Since her son loves science, she pulled out beakers, test tubes, microscopes, and a science classroom blackboard backdrop for his 7th birthday. We love the lime green, charcoal and black color palette for this theme. Upon arrival, guests were given Doctor identification name tags and safety glasses to wear. Sweet treats on the dessert table included that fabulous science themed chocolate mud cake, petri dish jellies, test tube jelly beans, periodic table cookies, a macaron concoction, chemical formula chocolate bars, and science compound gumballs. Party favors included test tube and syringe-filled candy, slime, capsule pens, and magnifying glasses. Guests watched a science demonstration and then decorated and launched toy rockets. Scroll down for the vendor credits.For another fun mad scientist party, look here.

Fun Fact: The letter J is the only letter not in the periodic table.















Vendor Credits:

Concept and styling: Sugar Sweet Buffets
Backdrop and personalized chocolate bars: Sugar Sweet Buffets
Mad Science Printables: Spaceships and Laser Beams
Cake and cookies: Cherry Cake Co.
Macarons: Velvetier
Entertainment: Steve from Liddell Education

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  • Wendy

    Oh how cute! Love how clever this party is, the Periodic Table cookies are so cool! And how adorable is the birthday boy! Great party.

  • Amy

    We feel the same way. So well executed and the birthday boy is SO cute!

  • What a cute idea! The “Birthday Facts” label really cracked me up!

  • This is ADORABLE!!! I’ve been loving Mad Laboratory lately… we did a Halloween Pop-Up Mad Laboratory with lots of free printable fun here: http://pagingsupermom.com/2013/09/visit-popup-mad-laboratory/

  • ivet

    Some parties are beautiful. This party you can call it PERFECT. Congrats to Sugar sweets buffet, fantastic!!

  • This is one of the more creative parties I have seen in a long time. Way to go! I love the science theme and how you used all the science terms and objects. Of course I loved the microscopes! Great Job!

  • WOW everyone! Thank you for all the amazing compliments! It means so much!! Thanks again Amy for featuring!

  • Jen T

    Love it so much! Where did you buy those nerdy plastic glasses?

  • BluePotion

    Very cool. Is that child’s name Romayne?