This Wizard of Oz Party is chock full of wonderful birthday party ideas from Lollipops and Lemondrops! The inspiration for the party came from the birthday girls’ names…Olivia and Zoey (O and Z)!  From the fabulous signs throughout the party to the adorable favor bags, you will find cute ideas to help you navigate the yellow brick road when planning your own Wizard of Oz birthday party!

I love how all of the glittery, cute table signs are placed on a ruby slipper!

Each guest could find his or her name and the coordinating table…each table also had a Dorothy doll with a wooden basket and hydrangeas as part of the centerpiece.

There were so many activities to keep the guests busy and entertained~ face painting, a balloon artist, and a musician! Guests were also invited to enjoy treats from the “Lollipop Guild Sweets Shoppe”…

The party favors included these darling goody bags with customized coloring books, hand puppets, and block puzzles!

Here are more of the customized favor bags…

For the adults, the party favors were Mason Jar Cakes that were cleverly called, “Lemon Brick Road Cake” and “Ruby Red Velvet Cake”…

What a fun party and FULL of fabulous birthday party ideas!  I love all of the creative touches!  Thanks so much for sharing, Lollipops and Lemondrops!

The vendors are as follows:
Design and Planning: Lollipops and Lemondrops

Stationery: Love Letters Studio

Cake: Glace Cake Studio

Cake Pops: Jennifer Choi Dessert Catering

Children’s Entertainment: Preschool of Rock

Face Painting: Fabulous Face Painting by Tina Marcella 
Balloon Artist: Sam I Am the Balloon Ma

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