Here is some breakdown:
I went with a robot theme based on these cute lunch sacks I found in the $1 section at Target. (Love me some Target $1 section) I used these for guest goodie bags and added these cute tags I found online HERE.
I filled a plastic bag with chex mix and added the label found HERE. The cup was part of the Target finds, and the robot bubbles, tattoos, and wind-up toys were found at Oriental Trading Co.
My mother-in-law made this cute life-sized robot for the decor and for the kids to take pictures with.
The cake table:
The table cloth is actually a shower curtain I found at Target. I bought a few so that I could drape the guest tables, as well. I have gotten a lot of use out of these over the years, and they can be thrown in the washing machine for easy clean up!
- Plates and napkins from $1 Target section.
- The #1 is paper mache from Hobby Lobby that I painted.
- I found a bunch of the cute, red pail buckets in different sizes from Hobby Lobby, too. I have used these a ton over the years!
This was the coolest cake ever!! I sent a picture of the robot sacks to my cake-baking friend and she created this 3-D masterpiece! The chest plate even opened up and had a single cupcake inside for my son to eat! So. Awesome.
For the Pails: I put a small piece of floral foam in the bottom of each pail. I attached pictures of my son’s 1-year photo shoot to some of the robot paper and taped them to multi-colored craft sticks I found from Hobby Lobby. I pushed the stick into the floral foam to make sure it would stand. I filled the pails with the Nuts & Bolts chex mix and they made for cute, and yummy, centerpieces!