Playing off of the nickname that the little birthday boy is called, Jennifer, of BellaGrey Designs, designed an adorable Lil’ Monster party collection that provided perfect inspiration for lots of monster-fun throughout the party! 

Cookies were made to match the cupcake toppers~

How cute and clever is the Blue Monster Bark (made by the birthday boy’s mom)?

She also made the fun marshmallow monsters and the cupcakes!

Look how easily they dressed-up the popcorn and Goldfish crackers to make them monster-ific!

Games and activities were kept age-appropriate…

Pin the Eye on the Monster was one of the fun games they children played…

And everyone could make a monster  picture frame to take home to remember Owen’s first birthday party!

Guests also received candy bar favors wrapped in cute, matching, customized wrappers!  I love the “furry” font that resembles monster fur!

What a perfect way to celebrate their favorite “Lil Monster”! 

What a cute party with adorable details!  Thank you for sharing, BellaGrey Designs!

Custom Party Decor ~ BellaGrey Designs
Monster Frames ~ Michael’s


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