Sunday, September 12, 2010

{Real Parties} Banzhaf Construction Inc.

My friend Angela, who I used to work with and plan weddings and events with, just hosted an amazing construction birthday party for her two boys who turned 2 and 4. Welcome to the Banzhaf Bros. construction site!


















I am so sad we had to miss the party, but knowing Angela, it was perfectly planned and A LOT of fun!! You might remember the creative "A is for Austin" party that took place last August. Read on for where she got many of the party goods!

Party Sources:
Invitations - RSVP Paper Studio in The Woodlands, Texas
Tractor frames - Steinmart
Tool Shop font - freefonts.com
Happy Birthday banner - made from home using the free font, Tool Shop
Tool belts - Michael's
Construction photo cut-out - Party Cheap


12 comments:

A Lil Something To Remember said...

AWW I LOVE IT NICELY DONE ALSO GLAD TO KNOW ABOUT RSVP PAPER STUDIO AS WELL !!!

Rach said...

So so creative!!

A Blissful Nest said...

I love when people line the walkways with balloons and the hard hat area is adorable!!

Tony Destroni said...

hi good day! nice post for an event .. thanks for the idea. i think that it is also perfect to have a special events on a garden . very impressive! . attraction of the plants and garden accessories such as wind spinners and other garden accessories . very nature theme . anyways thank you i hope to read more post from you . kids gonna love this !

Chris @ Celebrations At Home said...

So loving the cupcake table!...and the photo booth....tooooo cute!!

Natasha @ Fête Fanatic said...
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Natasha @ Fête Fanatic said...

So you'll need a hard hat before entering the construction area.. How Cute! LOL The photo booth is too funny! Love it!

Susan Crabtree said...

LOVE the cupcake table & the hard hat area-too cute!

PartyMom said...

I love this! I'm so glad to see more and more ultra-creative boys parties. Thanks for sharing!

Petite Marie said...

Love this party!
I just helped a friend with her son's 3rd birthday - construction theme...it turned out very cute too, but they had rain that day, so they had to move it indoors.
So it was nice to see it well executed and also to know that they were luckier to have what it looked like a gorgeous day!

Fifi Pixie said...

love this, my son's bday is coming soon n i wud like a link to get the font for the banner pls.

The Escajeda's said...

Was needing more info on the tool font. I saw where you posted you got it from freefonts.com, but did you pay for it? If not, which free font website did you get it from. Thanks for posting! I am planning on using several of your ideas for my son't 4th birthday!

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