It’s time for Bubble Guppies on Birthday Express! We’ve shown off our Bubble Guppies birthday party before (check out the post here), but Jen Dixon from Craft That Party has taken it to the next level – this is a boy party and girl party all in one, because it’s a birthday party for twins! Yes, Kylie and Conner were both turning 3 on the same day, so Jen worked her magic to make something twice as nice.
Check out her full blog on Craft That Party here, or keep reading to see the highlights!
Our Bubble Guppies party packs contain all the Bubble Guppies party supplies you need to throw a great a party, but adding special enhancements can make it so much more personal! Bubble Guppies plushies and stuffed toys can be used as decorations (that the guests of honor can keep!), and blue tissue paper festooning dresses up a plain white cupcake stand beautifully.
Create your own Bubble Guppies balloon bouquet! This octopus jumbo foil balloon is included with our party packs, and it will look right at home amongst a sea of blue and green. Throw some polka dots into the mix for a little extra pizzazz, and be sure to remember the helium!
Here’s the full tablescape all set up. Our submarine stand-in (an exclusive Birthday Express design!) makes an amazing backdrop/centerpiece, and can also provide plenty of fun photo-ops. A few fish cutouts on the front of the table really help to set the underwater scene, and real life fish netting makes it look even better.
Jen made a few DIY decals to dress up these bubble bottles and turn them into the perfect party favors – “Thanks for popping by!” Bubble Guppies paper masks make great take-homes, too. The whole Guppies gang is available, from Nonny and Gil to Molly and Deema.
Orange rock candy (or is it an undersea colony of coral?) displayed in simple paper cups makes for a fun fixture on the snack table. Mr. Grouper cookies – these were made by Samantha’s Sweets – swim alongside in an ocean of blue Sixlet candies!
Here’s an easy-to-make Bubble Guppies birthday treat that the kids will love! Plain white sticks or striped straws can be used to make a marshmallow pop. Then, dip into a thin coat of blue royal icing to attach edible sugar pearls, a Goldfish graham, and brown sugar “sand.” It’s an adorable and edible underwater seascape!
The birthday boy and girl had a blast with these giant bubble wands! It’s the perfect outdoor activity for a Bubble Guppies birthday. Fill a shallow pan or bowl with the bubble solution, and see who can blow the biggest bubbles!
What do you think of Jen’s Bubble Guppies birthday party for twins? What party should we design next? Let us know on Facebook and Twitter, and check out our Pinterest boards for more party ideas and inspiration, too!