Science Party Supplies {bubble, pop, fizz!}

Bubble, pop, fizz! Have a budding scientist on your hands? With our science party supplies, host a party where they can mix, bubble, pour and test to see who’s experiment is the coolest!

Science Party Supplies | Kim Byers, TheCelebrationShoppe.com

Our science party supplies collection was featured in Columbus Parent Magazine! Kim hosted her son’s sixth birthday party and all the fun details appeared in a two page spread in the issue.

The party supplies collection offers an invitation, thank you note and the following science party supplies:

  • cupcake toppers (4 designs, 8 per printed sheet)
  • cupcake wrappers  (2 designs, 2 per sheet)
  • straw slips (4 designs, 12 per sheet)
  • favor tags  (“Thanks for bubbling over!”, 8 per sheet)
  • cello toppers, (2 designs, 2 per sheet)
  • bottle wrappers (2 designs, 2 per sheet)
  • placecards (blank sheet of 6 per page; personalized upgrade for 12 names available in the a la carte section of the shoppe)
  • dessert tags with 12 pre-filled food ideas and a blank sheet so that you can overprint your own (personalization available),
  • dessert mat (5×7),
  • napkin rings (1 design, 6 per sheet),
  • LAB banner,
  • Experimentation Station banner,
  • Experiment cards with four pre-filled experiments (as shown in the party at the above link) and a blank sheet to overprint or handwrite your own; personalization is also available)
  • 8.5″x 11″ pattern sheets, (3 designs – elements, bubbles, and beakers)
  • NOTE: The standard party décor kit is not personalized, but for a small personalization fee we can add names and ages to most items! Not sure what to add to your cart. Just convo us in Etsy and we’ll help!

No budding scientist, 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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Vincenzo’s mad scientist party

I absolutely LOVE to see pictures from moms that have been inspired by my parties and our party supplies. You can find our science party supplies in the shoppe (invitations, thank you notes and party supplies)! Rachel from Mrs. Mouthy hosted this fabulous party for her son Vincenzo and wow did she go all out! That cake alone is just too fun and would be a perfect idea for a Halloween party too! But I think my favorite is the fruit molecules. Too clever!

And not only did she have frightenly fun MAD scientist goodies, she had a number of simple and super fun science experiments for the kiddos. Hop over to the Mrs. Mouthy blog to see all the details!

As always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, bake, create and celebrate! And thank you so much Rachel for sharing!

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If you’ve invited guests with our invitations or styled your party with table decor or printable items from The Celebration Shoppe, we would love to see! Send a link or pictures to customercare@celebrationshoppe.com. (By submitting information and/or images you are giving us the right to publish your events details with the appropriate credits.)

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customer: a tested hypothesis

I love to see little scientists in action and at Kenton’s six birthday party a few weeks ago, he and his friends bubbled, poured and tested to prove their hypothesis: science birthday parties bubble over with fun!

Kristie did a wonderful job of decorating and planning the experiments. She used our science party printable collection and our orange and white polka dot table decor. And she raved about our custom science beaker and element butter cookies (baked and shipped from our partners at  Sweet Tooth Cottage). Told you guys they were yummy! {Thanks so much for letting us share Kenton’s birthday Kristie!}

You can see our science birthday party supplies in the shoppe, including science party invitations, thank you notes and printable party supplies like beverage wrappers, dessert tags, favor tags, cupcake picks and more.

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

Join The Celebration Shoppe on facebooksign-up for the daily ideas to come right to your inbox (never miss an idea, giveaway or free printable!), follow us on twitterpinterest and on instagram at @thecelebrationshoppe. And don’t forget to shop our birthday, baby shower and holiday party supplies!

If you’ve invited guests with our invitations or styled your party with table decor or printable items from The Celebration Shoppe, we would love to see! Send a link or pictures to customercare@celebrationshoppe.com. (By submitting information and/or images you are giving us the right to publish your events details with the appropriate credits.)

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real parties: scientist part I

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My son Alex has been in love with science for almost two years now. When we go to the library each week he heads directly to the science section with a basket… and comes back dragging it. I’ve read him books on astronomy, plant life, electricity, and probably hundreds on animals… although I could have skipped some of the worm and spider ones {skin crawling}. Not my faves!

So when it came time to create a new birthday party collection (science party invitations, science thank you notes, printable science party supplies) for his sixth birthday, there was really no question as to what the theme would be. He wanted bubbling beakers, colorful test tubes and the wardrobe piece that every scientist must have, a lab coat (purchase from our partners at Sew Jewell)!

We took so many pictures that I’m going to break it into a few posts so it doesn’t crash your computer {wink}:

My little guy really wants his own lab. And since it’s going to be top secret I can’t share all the detailed plans with you… and I promise you, there ARE drawings, but I can tell you that it requires you scan your hand to enter. I mean we can’t just let any old riff raff in, right?! So with this in mind our guests were greeted with signs directing them to our backyard and requesting they scan their right hand to enter. I’ll share the signs with you in the craft post, part III.

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In our backyard, under the pergola, we created our lab, complete with experiments, test tubes, lab coats and of course goggles. I’ll share all the details of the lab and the experiments in the science experiment post, part II, but I can’t resist sharing one more picture of my little scientist now! He was so happy. I got tons of “I love you Mom” whispers. It was truly a perfect day!

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While the parents watched on, and some helped out with the younger scientists {thanks you guys!}, they sipped yummy H2O,

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or soda, labeled appropriately “Warning: May Bubble, Pop & Fizz!”

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And after the kids poured, mixed and tested all the experiments we took them inside to a “experiment station” aka an ice cream bar where they could test toppings including M&Ms, Snickers, peanut butter chips and even gummy worms, until their little hearts were content.

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Not only did we serve ice cream, but of course cupcakes,

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and more cupcakes…

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and cookies! These beautiful hand iced butter cookies are from Sue at Sweet Tooth Cottage (and will be available in the shoppe the week of Oct. 11). The bubbling beakers were my favorite and I even sent them for his class party,

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bagged with our cello toppers.

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As for the dessert table,

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there was a choice of three ice cream flavors,

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tons of yummy toppings (M&Ms have been my favorite since childhood… can’t resist them!),

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and several serving options including waffle cones displayed in these springy shaved ice stands.

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I flanked both sides of the cookie tier with white shelves filled with science related items including paper mache books (the table pic above was taken before all the props were out) that I painted and embellished with “Biology,” “Astronomy” and “Chemistry.” I’ll show those to you in the craft post too.

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And to fun it up a bit more, I hung large 3-D (separated by foam adhesive squares) beakers from the ceiling above the dessert table. There are three shapes in the collection. The green and blue above

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and this orange one. Hope you’re enjoying so far, here’s a link to my new science birthday party supplies in the shoppe (science party invitations, science thank you notes, printable science party supplies) and more to come later tonight!

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science birthday party

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My oldest is obsessed with science. Yep, he’s five and has been certain about his “profession to be” for almost a year now. So you can imagine how excited I was to see such a colorful science birthday party display in this month’s issue of Parents magazine.

They recycled Dad’s old dress shirts into lab coats and dressed them up a bit with safely goggles, rubber gloves and an “official” scientist name tag to complete the look.

And I simply love they way they set up a make-your-own sundae station by filling plastic graduated cylinders and petri dishes with candy, cake, and cereal using tongs, measuring cups, and funnels as scoops. My guy would love this!

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I can imagine the mess, but how cool to use food coloring to tint one glass of water yellow and another blue, then have kids use a dropper to race to mix up a third cup of green water. Fun!

And what about these favors: jumbo plastic test tubes filled with rock-candy crystals. I found the test tubes at Oriental Trading.Yum!

As always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, bake, create and celebrate! And make sure you stop in the shoppe to create your own party with our science birthday party supplies!

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