Aiden’s colourful science party was a fun, bright and educational affair styled by Pop the Balloon Children’s Parties.
The backdrop and dessert table
The focal point of the party was an appropriately positioned blackboard, beautifully decorated by a local artist, Artchalk. Matching props adorned the table, giving the set up a 3D effect. As Roxanne, stylist from Pop the Balloon Children’s Parties described it:
“…as though the chalkboard itself had come to life and spilled its contents onto the dessert table! Custom lolly jars and water bottle labels completed the look with the monochromatic base colour scheme ensuring that the added colours of red, blue and green really popped”.
Colourful balloons twisted into giant molecules sitting on top of colourful balloon towers, together with balloon table runners really added to the science feel of the party.
The table setting
The tables were beautifully adorned with colourful decor, science-themed centrepieces, and party favour boxes filled with science party favours, chips, balloons and a science puzzle. Each child received a clipboard and lab glasses, adding to the fun.
Balloons Keens Creations
Birthday Cake Sabilicious Cakes
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