How stinking cute it this Owl Birthday Party? I created these printables a while ago, but I knew the display I designed didn’t do these justice. Creating displays like this is a lot of work, but I’m so happy with the way this turned out! This party is also budget friendly, like my DinoMite and Princess parties.
I purchased a thin wood board for my backdrop and painted it and sponged on polkadots. It cost about $12 total and I can use it for every party…all I need to do is repaint it! I love that I can attach banners to it without worrying about the adhesives stripping the paint on my walls.
I purchased my scalloped cake stand from Pick Your Plum for $7 and these can be repainted, as well.
Everything else was creating using my Owl Birthday Party printables that are only $15. My favorite things are the acorn treat boxes and owl masks. My kids loved the owl characters! Click on the link below to purchase or go to my Etsy Shop:
I try to be realistic when making party food. I don’t want to slave away the day in the kitchen, so I made really easy party treats! We had cupcakes, cake (using the same mix in a 9X9 pan and the rest went in a cupcake pan), oreo pops and my favorite, chocolate pretzels shaped like owls (Check out the Tutorial)! Cost of food was about $12…seriously!