Harry’s moon and stars birthday was featured in Confetti Fair Magazine issue 7 and was styled by mama Emily of The Persimmon Pair. Below is a copy of her excerpt.

Harry is fascinated by the moon, stars and space. So we wanted to create an out-of-space party full of silvery shine and galaxy fun!

Harry's moon and stars space birthday party

We created a moon surface complete with a huge silver rocket for the kids to play in and an astronaut face cut-out. We also created a techno robot costume, felt face masks and rocket back backs for the kids to dress up in.

Harry's moon and stars space birthday party

We used silver insulation lining throughout the party elements to bring some shine to the party and a galactic, futuristic feel. The blue tones, bright orange and black colour palette contrasted perfectly against the silvery backdrops.

Harry's moon and stars space birthday party

We put together some fun space bags, filled with treats and crafty activities. The bright space fabrics bought some softness and texture to the styling and were also used to create the birthday boys party shorts.

The dazzling (and delicious) space cake created by Jays Delicious Sensations was the centrepiece of the dessert table, tying together the theme, the colours and the fun party feel perfectly. It was a hit! A party colour-coordinating lolly bar, blue jelly and chocolate space bars were favourites with the kids, as well as the space chip bags!

Take home favours were cute space treat boxes by My Printable Miracles.

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Vendor credits

Jays Delicious Sensations (cake)


My Printable Miracles (stationary and digital clipart): http://myprintablemiracles.blogspot.com.au/ https://www.etsy.com/au/shop/MyPrintableMiracles

The Persimmon Pair (invitations, styling, décor, party bags and games): http://facebook.com/thepersimmonpair

To see more of this party, grab a copy of our Issue 7 magazine here.

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