Meet Max, the newly-turned two year old! He is modeling the alphabet shirt that grandma made for his party. I'm finally blogging his party...only a month after, not bad, right?!
This was my plan for the invites...I sewed together two sides of the invitation with red yarn and put the name of Max's friend inside! Unfortunately, mommy wanted to invite her friends too, so I ended up just printing the invites on the front and back, but I loved the idea! I found these little wood letters at the dollar store to make the names.
Here is the party hat my mom and I made for Max...I am so in love with it that it is still being used as my table centerpiece in my kitchen!
Too bad Max hated it though...
His birthday cake! (See next post for a tutorial!)
These cupcakes were simple...but there is just something about piping up the frosting that makes them sooooo cute! I found the mini-letter tiles at Wal-Mart.
I made party hats with letters glued on for Max's little friends.
Decor...M&M's, letter stamps, alphabits, and letter beads.
My mom made this darling alphabet tablecloth for the party. Picked up the plates at Zurcher's.
We decorated the floor with these alphabet tiles to match the cupcakes!
My favorite part of the party was these alphabet tater-tots! The party was at 10 am so we served them for breakfast. I found them at Harmons.
My friend Kara found these AWESOME Dick and Jane style vintage letter books at Costco, and let me borrow the letters to Max's name.
My favorite quilt from my mom...guess what it has on it! Numbers! Just kidding.
We found these huge letters at Jo-Ann's and spray painted them blue.