This Dinosaur Party ROARS with Prehistoric Fun!  Stephanie, of Spaceships and Laserbeams, always brings boys’ parties to life and makes them fun while keeping the frill-factor in check!  She delivers “cool frills” to pull off boys’ parties just like boys love!  Read on to see how to make your next dinosaur party full of dino-mite details!

With dino cupcake wrappers and toppers paired with shades of gold, orange, red, blue, and green, these dinosaur cupcakes make a fabulous treat to sink your teeth into~

A simple cake becomes a perfect centerpiece with dinosaurs on top and dinosaur eggs lining the bottom~

Stephanie’s clever use of dino eggs ties the table together and finds a great way to sneak in fruit~kiwi dinosaur eggs…

Stephanie finds the perfect way to serve dinosaur bones to the guests- bread bones!

With a little customized water to go with it…

And the favors have the wittiest phrase…

Each guest also received a dino hat available from Spaceships and Laserbeams!

What a fantastic Dino Party! Find more from this collection and add to your party! Stephanie’s shop is full of great ideas for boys’ parties!  Be sure to visit Spaceships and Laserbeams to find printable party paper in a huge variety of boy themes!

Party Styling and Printed Paper Goods by Spaceships and Laserbeams

Dinosaur Bread Bones grom Goodness Bake Shop

 

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