On the fun side, since posting our Winter ONEderland party for Little Miss, I've been asked to help with a music party for a three year old friend and a blue nursery for a baby girl!
Little R is turning 3. Mom and dad won a home music party so that will be her theme. I love a theme. It helps to keep the look cohesive. Even if it's just a color. Now granted, most of our hard work is lost on the under 5 set, but it's still fun. So without further ado, here were my thoughts on a music party...trying to keep it simple.
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I think these are fun and still easy to mail. Backstage passes on lanyards are also a fun ticket like invite.
This concert poster would be fun for an entry door. Obviously, this works for an invite too, but Change the colors to match the invite and the wording...
I like this colorful music fabric. It's true. I love fabric and I can come up with a way to incorporate it into anything!
I think you use instruments to hold food trays or even records. But actual LPs would be totally lost on the kids...shoot depending on the ages of the parents, maybe on them too!
It's a late afternoon party (3 or 3:30) so no real food, but snacks and cake! There is lots of candy (pop rocks, rock candy etc) out there for this type of party but I'm not a big fan of all the candy. A plate of PB&J sandwiches cut into the shape of a guitar is small enough. Cups of carrots/celery/cucumber strips with ranch in the bottom and the most popular pretzel rods, as drum sticks.