Thursday, May 10, 2012

Sabe’s All-Star 1st birthday party: Supplier Ratings (part 3)

Here's the last part of my supplier ratings which will tackle the DIY stuff I did for the party. So of course, everything will have a perfect score! ;p

Invites: DIY

I mostly emailed the invites and just printed a few at Fujifilm for the oldies who don’t have Facebook. This was the first thing I did for the party and all the the other printables were based on this design.



Cupcakes (with DIY toppers): CIELIN'S CAKEHOUSE

Another staple in our parties, these chocolate cupcakes are simply to die for! I did the toppers again just like what I did for Miley's 2nd birthday.




Food Labels: DIY

I wanted to tie in all the elements of the balls and stripes in the invite together so I made the food labels in the same template as well.



Prizes: DIVISORIA

I bought all the prizes in Anding's in Divisoria. I wanted all the prizes to be sports related so I bought bowling, golf, pingpong & basketball sets, skipping ropes, hula hoops, etc. Everything cost about P1,000. Of course, these were pricier than the usual coloring books, stickers, pencils and notepads that I could have gotten, but I really wanted them to go with the theme.



Giveaways (with DIY tags): DIVISORIA

I had 2 sets of giveaways for the adults and the kids. I was only supposed to have giveaways for the kids, but I found these assorted ball keychains at Divisoria for P55 per pack of 12!


I had also seen these stress balls before and knew I wanted to give these away as well. I was able to buy them at P120 per pack of 12 (I saw the same balls in Tickles and they were sold at 3 for P100).


I placed 3 balls per pack together with candies, chocolates and some soccer ball whistles I got in Singapore. This was how the final packaging looked like (check out how I did the giveaways HERE).




Additional Giveaways & Sweets: c/o MIL

I love how involved my mother-in-law is with the kids parties! She went ahead and packed these additional goody boxes which she filled with candies. I know it doesn't go with the sports theme, but I love them anyway. =)


She also made chocolate lollipops (which are inside those baskets) as well as bought extra goodies and snacks for everyone.



Additional Table Centerpieces: DIY

Since the package I got from Partyboosters only included 10 centerpieces, I decided to make some of my own for the other tables. I also got to use some of the extra stress balls as well. Check out how I did the centerpieces HERE.




Signages: DIY / Banners: TOY KINGDOM

I had some extra cartolina from the centerpieces I made so I decided to make some signages at the last minute just before we left for the party.


The Happy Birthday banners and buntings I found on sale at Toy Kingdom.



Overall, I was happy with how the party turned out. What was important is that we were able to celebrate the 1st birthday of our little boy with our friends and family. I also made sure that I was able to enjoy this party since I worked hard for it!




So again, happy happy birthday Sabe and we love you so much! Next party when you're 7 years old na ok? =)


18 comments:

  1. hi mrsmommyholic, your blog is very helpful, i love the whole party decor.. I will call the partybooster to organize my daughter's party. love the tipid suggestions.

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    1. Thanks! Glad I was able to help! Good luck with your party planning as well. :)

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  2. Ur blog is very helpful in my planning for my son's bday...thanks alot.

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  3. saan po ang venue ng birthday ni baby? :)
    im also into birthday party planning. :)
    my little girl's birthday sa november..
    ganda po ng mga DIY nyo. :)

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    1. Thanks sis! This was held in Metroclub in Bel-Air, Makati :)

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  4. Hi do you have contact numbers of wear else exacto customized apparel and where is this located?

    Thank you!:)

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    1. HI! I don't have their updated contact numbers e. And the last time I passed by their store (in President's Ave. BF Paranaque), it was closed already since they moved na to another location. Sorry couldn't be of much help. But maybe you could try other suppliers na lang... :)

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  5. Hi mommy! Your ideas inspire me to use this theme on the 4th birthday of my son.

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  6. Hi Sis, how were you able to do the invitation? I would appreciate your kindness for a simple tutorial :)

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    1. Hi sis! I just looked for images/cliparts online, then did the layout in photoshop :)

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  7. Hi there. Can you tell me the store nmames where you bought the key chain ball and stress balls.thank you.

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    1. If I remember correctly, I also got them in Anding's... :)

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  8. Hi there! Just wanted to ask where did you get the labels and cupcake toppers? can't seem to find that green stripes in the web. Your blog is just so inspiring since my son will celebrate his 2nd birthday this month. Hope you'll respond. Thank you! :)

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    1. Hi there! The green stripes I just did in photoshop, while the images of the balls i just got somewhere online (can't remember where exactly na, basta I just searched for sports themed cliparts) Good luck with your son's party and Happy Birthday to him :)

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  9. hi there! your blog is very helpful.im planning to have this kind of theme for my son's 1st birthday..hope you mind if i will imitate all of this,hehehehe....

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    1. Go ahead sis! And good luck with your party :)

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  10. Hi, was planning the same theme for my kid. may I know your supplier for the cake and your shirt. :)

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    1. Cake was from Shortcrust in BF Homes -
      https://www.facebook.com/Shortcrust-by-Peachy-Juban-226566624085511/?ref=br_rs
      Shirts we just had made from a uniform supplier also in BF, but they moved already a couple of years ago. :)

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