Dinosaur Party Supplies {A Roaring Good Time!}

Do you have a little paleontologist in the family? Our Dinosaur party supplies will make your party a ROAR-ing good time! {wink} I personally used them to decorate my youngest son’s 4th birthday party, that was later featured in Parents magazine!

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The party collection includes an invitation, thank you note and the following Dinosaur party supplies:

  • cupcake toppers (2 designs, 8 per sheet)
  • cupcake wrappers, (1 design, 2 per sheet)
  • straw slips (4 designs, 12 per sheet)
  • favor tags (2 designs, 8 per sheet)
  • cello toppers, (2 designs, 2 per sheet)
  • bottle wrappers (1 design, 2 per sheet)
  • 4 – 4×6 dessert mats {herbivore, carnivore, sweetivore, drinkasaurus)
  • dessert tags (with 12 pre-filled food ideas and a blank sheet so that you can overprint your own; personalization available in the a la carte section of the Shoppe)
  • napkin rings, (1 design, 6 per sheet)
  • banner (dinosaurs and patterns plus HAPPY BIRTHDAY)
  • 2 – 8×10 activity mats {dino dig and dino hunt}

No budding paleontologist, but you have a little camper… or artist… or rock star?! We have over 35 birthday party supplies and holiday party supplies kits. Come have a look!

As always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, bake, create and celebrate!

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Looking for blue and red dinosaur birthday party ideas? Have a little paleontologist with an upcoming birthday?

We’ve collected some must-haves to make your dinosaur party roar! {wink}

  1. Prehistoric Dinosaur Candy Eggs via Candy Warehouse
  2. Chevron Stripe Candy Bags via Candy Warehouse
  3. Fossil Discoveries Dino Lab via Lakeshore Learning
  4. Dinosaur Cupcake Toppers via The Celebration Shoppe
  5. Prehistoric Dinosaur Helmet via Party City
  6. Dinosaur T-Rex Super Size Balloon via Birthday Direct
  7. Dinosaur Dessert Table Mats via The Celebration Shoppe
  8. 3-D Dinosaur Erasers via Birthday Express
  9. Triceratops Metal Dinosaur Kit via Cool Stuff Express
  10. Foam Dinosaur Masks via Birthday Express

Stop by The Celebration Shoppe to see the whole Dinosaur Party Collection, matching invitations, thank you notes, beverage wrappers, favor tags, dessert tags, banners, and more!

As always, we hope you are inspired to craft, bake, create and celebrate!

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new! custom dinosaur t-shirt

We recently introduced a custom t-shirt for our new space birthday party collection and it was so well received we’ve decided to add a custom monogrammed t-shirt to our Dinosaur birthday party supplies as well. You can see my youngest son’s dinosaur party here: dinosaur birthday party.

This custom monogrammed dinosuar t-shirt is a match to our dinosaur birthday party collection (invitation and thank you) offering a T-Rex and up to eight letters. You can find it via our partners at Sew Jewell.

And if you have a party coming up and you’re looking for a shirt to match one of our collections, shoot us an e-mail at customercare@celebrationshoppe.com and we’ll try to help!

As always, I hope you’re inspired!

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real parties: dino-ROAR!

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Well, it is official. My youngest son is four… FOUR. And of course we celebrated in true dino-ROAR style, his absolute favorite, with our new dinosaur printable party supplies. I shopped for just the right fabric, props, gifts, favors and activities for months and here are a few of the things I came up with. Let’s start at the candy table, the kids’ favorite… and maybe a few parents’ favorite too.

I found this beautiful fabric in the early planning stages and it made me think of the undergrowth of an overgrown forest. Use your imagination a little and you’ll be able to see it. Let’s face it, my T-Rex is blue so why can’t my forest be elegant with a splash of whimsy. {wink}

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So starting with the cake tier, the centerpiece for my candy table, I made a T-Rex and a Stegosaurus topper, both inspired by a fabulous tutorial at A Baked Creation.

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The table was teaming with treats, like: 

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salt water taffy,

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licorice,

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lollipops,

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fruit chews (a.k.a. Skittles),

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rice krispies treats embellished with the number four and his name (on the bottom tier of the cake display),

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vanilla Oreo cookies in cupcake papers (found on Etsy at Hey Yo Yo) topped with our dinosaur cupcake circle pick and displayed on a piece of scrapbook paper that looked more like reptile scales than paper, and so much more.

Some of you might recall that my youngest son has severe food allergies, so as you can imagine I had a bit of a time pulling together a candy table that was both milk (at least “cow milk” as my son distinguishes) and nut free, but I’m a mom that is here to tell that it can be done and it can still be yummy! This is one of the primary reasons that I filled the containers with marshmallows instead of candies. Plus, it’s a cheap way to fill up your jars, so two wins in one!

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As you can see here, my little guy liked the marshmallows as much as the lollipops!

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As for the decorations on/above/around the candy table, there were many, but everyone’s favorite was probably the Pterodactyls flying overhead. 

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There were also large foam dinosaurs on the table that later became toys for my little boy. Those along with the Pterodactyls now grace his playroom. (I picked up the foam dinosaurs a few years ago from Step2 online, but I’ve not seen them around in a while.)

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In addition to the candy labels, we also created a dinosaur banner,

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and signs/mats for each food station. In addition to the well known Herbivore and Carnivore, the latest Paleontologist find is the Sweetivore, the candy eating dino. And if you have doubts, I have two descendants, minus the scales and tails, living in my house! {enthusiastic giggles}

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Here are the Carnivore,

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and Herbivore mats too. All three are now in the shoppe along with the banner and candy table tags.

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And once all the yummy food was gone we had a few activities planned for the kids. My favorite was the photo booth. At first I was going to hang a solid backdrop so that all the images would be uniform, but then decided to have them stand in front of my favorite out of control vines (that my late grandmother gave me) to the right of my pergola. They worked out perfectly. The kids looked like they were standing in the jungle… okay, again… a little imagination please.

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They had about 12 dinosaur masks to select from and the only instruction was to ROAR! I just wish I would have had a video recorder with me too. They were hilarious!

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This is one was just too cute not to share. My Cole and his little friend Nicole checking out each other’s masks. 

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I also had a little scavenger hunt set up with dinosaur skeletons hid around the yard, more like a hunt than a dig, but you get the picture. And, I had coloring mats for them. Something to do while they waited on lunch to be served.

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I want to end this post with this picture of my little one blowing out his candle the day after the party. We served the cupcakes the day of and saved the cake for him. He really wanted the T-Rex on top! {I love you my little Coley Bear!}

And if you want to recreate this party for your little dinosaur lover, stop by the shoppe and see all the details. And then send us your pictures at customercare@celebrationshoppe.com; we would love to see them!

As always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, bake, create and celebrate!

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din-o-roar party ideas

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Yesterday I shared an inspiration board for our soon-to-be woodland fairy birthday party collection {excited giggle} and today I’m sharing another soon-to-be. Within the next few weeks we’re going to introduce a bright and bold dinosaur birthday party collection. I can tell you my three year old, a true dinosaur enthusiast, is already making plans (literally) for his birthday in June.  

These are a few items from my inspiration board:

Enjoy and I’ll share our new creations soon!

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