GEO POP PARTY INSPIRATION
As a wedding planner, I love having the opportunity to create some really special design concepts for my clients. However as a Mama, I get really REALLY giddy about planning extra special birthday parties for my 2 boys. From the moment I began to organise Jake’s first birthday, I decided that I was going to go all out every year – which meant no run of the mill soft play parties! And over the year’s we’ve had a hungry caterpillar theme, vintage pop art superheroes (that was a personal favourite of mine), and a Peter Rabbit theme to name a few!
January is usually spent pinning party inspiration and planning details for Liam’s birthday, which is in February, and this year is no exception! Next month he’ll be turning a whopping 3 years old! I have no idea how he has gotten so big, so quickly. It only seems 2 minutes ago that he was born! I’m really excited about the concept we’ve chosen for Liam’s party this year – bright and colourful geometrics paired with black and white stripes! We’ll be using all Liam’s favourite toys as décor such as his colourful Duplo bricks and musical instruments (Liam absolutely loves to sing and play his guitar). I can’t wait to share with you the photos from his party, but for now I thought I’d share some of the inspiration I have found so you too can create a geometric inspired party for your little ones.
I love this party concept for a First Birthday. I will definitely be using black and white striped table runners for Liam’s party. I think the giant balloons create an amazing effect too and you could add geometric garlands inside of the tassels to continue the geo theme further.
I love the contrast of the bright and colourful triangles, contrasting against the black. It creates a modern yet fun look, which is perfect for a birthday party.
This partyware would be really fun a children’s birthday party. You could also DIY something similar by hand printing colourful shapes onto plain plates and cups.
These fun 3-Dimensional origami decorations would look great as part of your table décor, or use them to create a fun and colourful backdrop on the wall.
These would make really cute party favours. You could DIY some geometric shapes from coloured paper or card and fill them with sweets for the little ones to enjoy.