Here are some precious watermelon theme party pictures from my sweet customer Page! The party…
This watermelon theme birthday party was photographed and submitted by Crystal of Crystal Clear Memories. Crystal says, “My daughter, Sadie Grace, is sweet, wild and wonderful so we decided a ‘Watermelon Extravaganza’ theme would be perfect for her and our summertime poolside celebration. The party was held on National Watermelon Day!”
The focal point of the party was a dresser that was decked out with a paper rosette banner and a huge paper rosette backdrop. Crystal says, “My best friend Elisabeth Poore of EDesigns is an event stylist and a party genius so I enlisted her help and couldn’t have been happier with the results.”
A DIY printable sign was framed and displayed on the dessert table.
Another DIY printable sign was framed in a hot pink frame and placed on an easel.
These fans are made from watermelon paper plates that were cut in half.
Inside, a printable pennant banner served as a focal point, and a large table was set up to display party favors and candy.
Cupcake topper circles were used to make skewers for on the food table.
A bubble station was set up for the kids to enjoy. The bubble bottles are decorated with water bottle labels.
The party food was labeled with printable buffet cards.
The watermelon theme straw flags look adorable on brightly colored paper straws!
Guests had their pick of party punch or mini bottles of water (with personalized labels).
Watermelon star skewers were displayed in half of a watermelon.
These watermelon Rice Krispie treats are easy to make. Just take the traditional recipe, divide it, and add red and green food coloring. Chocolate chip “seeds” are the perfect finishing touch. For a recipe, visit Glorious Treats.
Miniature sandwiches were decorated with cupcake toppers.
The “be calm and eat watermelon” sign is a printable from Chickabug.
Sadie Grace’s invitation was framed and used as decor on the food table.
Guests each chose a mason jar to fill with candy before heading home. The jars are labeled with printable favor tags and tied with ribbon.
Thank you for sharing, Crystal! Happy 1st birthday to Sadie Grace! : )
This party was also featured on Hostess with the Mostess.