With a name like Spaceships and Laserbeams, they definitely know a thing or two about robots…such as this adorable party styled using party printables from The Spaceships and Laserbeams Shop on Etsy!

 This cake is out-of-this-world cute!

The dessert table was set so that the guests could build their own robot using Rice Krispie Treats as the body~

Add your own parts (notice the placemats designed especially for this party)…

Make sure you wear your party hat while you are building…

You may need a little robot fuel or battery recharge while you work~

And look what you can create with all of the right parts!

Those are really cute!  And so are the favor tags…

Mission Definitely Accomplished!!

You can find the entire collection of Robots Rule at Spaceships and Laserbeams!  Their company makes party products for boys- be sure to stop by and see all of their creativity in action!  Thank you, Stephanie, for sharing your Robot Party!

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