My oldest munchkin turned seven this year. Birthdays are starting to move to a more grown up and ‘on trend’ party theme. I have officially lost the battle of choosing the party theme! To be honest, I only really want to see how happy my boys are when their mommy setups for their special day.
This junior scientist party did not disappoint! It was a really fun birthday to plan and style; radioactive jello, periodic table cookies, a Mad Scientist experiment session! It all made good for a positively brilliant afternoon!
I got the inspiration to make this watercolor cake from an online tutorial I saw on Sweetapolita, which you can find here, along with other great tutorials.
These absolutely fabulous cookies were designed by the talented Evon of Cookievonster. I am always so thrilled to go pick up cookies from her because she surprises me with her beautiful works of art every . single . time!
All my party packages come with chocolate bar wrappers and here is one in use. Instead of wrapping a chocolate bar, I used the paper to cover some Smarties!
The cake pops are by Carmen of Carmen’s Sweet Creations. Her cake pops look and taste the best and are often the first thing to go at my parties.
Our newest member even got to get into the fun of this party!
Happy birthday to my bright and sweet junior scientist!
The full party package is available in my Etsy shop, click here for the details.