A few weeks before the party I started working on stuff. I basically sent my sister a party in a box and then she did the rest in Houston. Here is what I made for the party.
Here is the invite that I designed for the party
The gift bags I made for the party.
Mel came up with his idea and I executed it. I made these cute little Mario question cubes for the gift bags. Since they had the party at a place with an arcade, Mel filled these with coins the kids could use on the games.
I made a couple of Princess Peach crowns for the few girls that came to the party.
I made cupcake toppers for the cupcakes. She wasn't suppose to bring any outside food to the location, so they did cupcakes and icecream!
I did four different cupcake toppers : Mushrooms, stars, bombs, and clouds.
Then I worked on a Happy Birthday banner for Kyle.
Here it is finished, but it took a long time, so I took pictures of each triangle to get the full detail that went into it.
Then I got everything together for the goody bags.
Each bag got coloring pages, crayons, bubbles, a pencil, mustache stickers, a stick on mustache, a Mario hat or Princess Peach crown, Mario fruit snacks, Yoshi eggs, and the yellow quesiton box filled with coins.
I made the little label for the Yoshi egg favors. The eggs are just gum balls.
Once it was all done, I got it packaged up, and My Auntie Deb was able to take it down with her.
Here is the actual party, and what my sister did with all of it! I think she set it up so cute. It looks amazing, and then when you find out they only had 15 minutes to set up, it looks INCREDIBLE!
I also cut out a couple of characters for her to hang around. I did a Luigi, Mario, some clouds, some stars, a Yoshi, and some mushrooms.
It looks like everyone had a fun time and I'm so grateful I got to help out!