When Sarah, of Crackers Art, sends me photos of her sons’ birthday parties, I always know there is a treat in store!  Sarah creates bright, vivid graphic designs for her parties and carries that through in all of the details.  Harvey’s Arcade Party is one of her latest examples, and it is such a great party!  Sarah knows how to add fun and style together to create lasting memories for her children and their lucky guests!  Game ON!

Joy Stick Cake Pops and Pac Man Pancakes…how cute and clever!

(I must admit, I am loving this 80’s flashback from my childhood right now) 🙂

Sarah also made Mario’s Mushroom Muffins…

Sonic’s Golden Rings…

And yummy, healthy fruit cups~

Harvey’s cake was a perfect mix of color and design with Pac Man gracing the top and “Harvey, Level 6” printed on edible paper…

More gaming details- Sarah truly thinks of everything when she plans parties!

The Game Room was perfectly put together and provided endless fun for the boys!

Sarah ironed-on the images to pillows that she found at Ikea~ love that little detail!

The favors included Donkey Kong Lucky Dip candy…

A Wii controller that is like a Pez dispenser…

…and a cookie from Harvey!  What cute tags!

And, what a cute birthday boy, aka “The Arcade Manager”! 

What a fabulous party, Sarah!  Thank you for sharing Harvey’s big day with us- I love how you always add so much fun to your parties!

Party Credits

Party Styling, Food and Photography: Crackers Art

Party Invitation and Printables: Crackers Art

Pac-Man Cake: Cakes & Biscuits By Lisa

Related Articles

LILLY PULITZER CAKE DECORATING FLAMINGO BIRTHDAY PARTY IDEAS

There is nothing like the bright colors and happy prints of Lilly Pulitzer to make every day feel like a party!  For my daughter’s 12th birthday party, she wanted to decorate cakes~ Lilly-style!  So, in order to decide how to mesh the two, I kept thinking “if Lilly had a cake shop instead of a juice stand”… I have to admit, this was one fun party to plan!  It is a blast to see where ideas go in the hands of a TWEEN!  Enjoy and remember, “…being happy never goes out of style!”. 

LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE PARTY

What began as a simple gesture to introduce my daughter to a wonderful book series has become a special evening ritual for us- reading Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little House books!  I must admit, I didn’t realize quite how interesting these books would be to her, but she cannot wait to read all nine in the series.  It was only fitting that her birthday party focus around Little House on the Prairie!  Together, we had a ball planning all of the details of her party that related to the books in some way.  At Camille’s request, we focused on some of her favorite parts of the stories… prairie flowers, covered wagons, tee pees, the colors in the drawings of the books,  and “pretty”…because “Ma” liked things to be pretty!

CAMILLE’S FIESTA ~ MEXICAN THEME BIRTHDAY PARTY IDEAS

Celebrating your birthday with a Mexican Fiesta is a sure way to have a great time!  My daughter and several of her friends had a ball with all of the bright colors and (hopefully) vivid memories of a beautiful party day full of fun!  Planning all of the party ideas and details was loads of fun- although we don’t claim to have everything authentically perfect- this is our take on a party that combines Mexican birthday party ideas with a young girl’s likes and wishes!  For instance, we know hedgehogs don’t hail from Mexico- but when she fell in love with a festive-looking hedgehog at a local shop, we decided the hedgehog would make a perfectly fun party favor!  So read on and enjoy- and hopefully you will find an idea or two that you can use for a Mexican-themed party or even a Cinco de Mayo celebration, too- and inspiration to incorporate ideas that make your party perfectly-suited for the birthday child! 

TEA PARTY FOR LONDON

Oh, my- what a tea party!  With so many unique and cute details, you will love seeing this darling party by The Sweetest Affair!  Mom Aaliyah planned this sweet affair for her own daughter London- and hosted a tea party with whimsical flair.  With a candy-covered tea pot, a funny spout of tea (made from Sixlets candy) shooting from teapot to tea cup, and a precious book on two-year old etiquette, this party was fit for a Birthday Queen!

Responses

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Other Posts in