Are you ready to talk some trash??!!
I love Lauren Haddox Desing’s style and I am always so excited to share her work on EPM! This Garbage Truck Birthday Party celebration is probably one of my all time favorite parties! And seriously, how cute is her little guy?!
I was ready to take on the challenge when my almost 4 year old was set onhaving a garbage truck party for his 4th birthday. We started saving upegg cartons, milk jugs and various size boxes for the party set up. Thedessert table featured crumpled butcher paper and custom poster print.Newspaperrosettes were placed on either sides of the poser.
My favorite aspect ofthe dessert table was the newspaper table skirt. Candy was served out ofegg cartons and other disposables. The cookies were made by Kim fromSillyGilly. The cake was made by Monelle of Sweet Ideas. And the trash cancakepops and chocolate covered oreos were from Bella’s Bakery. I was prettymuch in shock when I got the trash can cake pops… how awesome arethose??!! 🙂
We served up junk yard chicken nuggets, Dorito debris, filthy fruit andstinky fish for lunch, along with sewer sippers, waste water and junkyardjuice.
There were several activities set up for the kids… trash toss, knockover the cans, and build a trash tower. Party day ended up being beautiful and the kids had an absolute blast.
LaceyRabalis took all the pictures and she did a fantastic job capturing mylittle man’s 4th birthday.