Wild Thing Party Printables: signs and decor

Welcome to our blog! This is our third installment of the Wild Things Party fit for a King! In our first post, we share a free Wild Thing Invitation. The second post includes water bottle labels, and today we’ve got party signs and food ideas!

I bought a milestone blanket from Batzkids when Nash was born.

I took a picture of Nash on his blanket every month as he grew. I then printed the photos at Persnickety Prints on thick 5×5 instagram press paper and displayed them at the party. It’s fun to see how much he grew in just one year!

If you were lucky enough to come to Nash’s Wild Party, all guests received a hard cover copy of  the “Where The Wild Things Are”.

The book was on display for everyone to sign in as they arrived.

I bought the digital file for this sign on Etsy from the shop 72PaperPlanes and printed it on 12×18 thick matte press paper from Persnickety.

Mini crowns for everyone from Amazon!

We got creative with the food!

  • Trail Mix station: I set out an assortment of trail mix ingredients for the guests to make their own mix. They had fun choosing what to put in their bag!

  • S’mores on a Stick: Large marshmallows on white lollipop sticks dipped in chocolate and then rolled in graham cracker crumbs. We drilled holes into wood for the sticks to stand.

  • Sail Away Jello: Blue Jello set in clear cups. I cut sails out of paper and taped them to the top of a toothpick. Then I put the toothpicks through tangerine slices and inserted into the jello.

  • Wild Fruit: Waffle cones filled with fruit.

Sandwiches and wraps from our local Costco.

Brian’s mom made Nash’s smash cake, chocolate with white cream cheese frosting.

Custom crown cookies were made from our local Provo Bakery.

Wild themed signs were displayed on tables and throughout the room. I’m including 4 8×10 Wild signs below for you to download for free!

Stay tuned … I’ll be sharing Free Wild gift tags next week!


Free Wild Thing 8x10 PrintablesDOWNLOAD HERE

January 10, 2018
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