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A Boy’s Robot Themed Birthday Party

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A fun and unique boy’s robot themed birthday party for the littlest “Bleu Crew” member, Noah-Paul, was created by mom, Becky, of Bleu Cupcakery. Inspired by Noah’s favorite color (blue), his fascination with robots and some pretty sweet robotic dance moves, Becky got moving on ideas for one cool party for one lucky little boy. Fabulous vendors and friends were enlisted to help pull off a perfect celebration full of festive decorations, an engaging dessert table and fun for Noah and his guests.

Boy's Robot Birthday Party Ideas

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Boy's Robot Birthday Party Dessert Table Ideas

The dessert table trend is still going strong, and Becky’s styling doesn’t disappoint.  Using the popular tissue tassel garland in varying shades of blue (Steph Shives Studio) to create an ombre effect, Becky created a striking backdrop for the dessert table. Jumbo confetti balloons with streams of tissue tassel garland flanked the table adding height and excitement.  Little flashes of silver metallic tassels, reminiscent of metallic robot parts, were a great touch.

Do you see the 3-D cake?  The detail work by Pineapple Bakery is so amazing I didn’t even realize it was a cake at first glance! I love the accordion style arms, legs and neck.  It is so realistic; I almost expect it to start talking!  According to Becky, even the eyes light up!  How cool is that? It added a perfect décor element to the table that could also be enjoyed by hungry party guests later.

Glittered letters (One Stylish Party) spelling out “Noah” add a sweet, personalized touch to the table.

Boy's Robot Birthday Party Cookie Ideas

A pretty aqua tablecloth provided a great contrast to white and metallic silver display pieces which served up a fun assortment of snacks and desserts.  One-of-a-kind robot cookies were created by I Love Desserts.  The detailing on the gears and little robot faces is marvelous! Becky offered some for quick eating, but also neatly packaged the rest for an easy take-away.

Boy's Robot Birthday Party Dessert Ideas

Becky put her own skills to work and prepared colorful vanilla cake cups, nuts and bolts Chex Mix and delicious looking red velvet and campfire cupcakes. Cream French macarons and Noah’s all-time favorite cookies also made the dessert display.  I love how beautiful the blue macarons look displayed on the white platter.

Boy's Robot Birthday Party Candy Ideas

Boy's Robot Birthday Party Candy Ideas

Adding variety and pops of color to the table, narrow glass vessels were filled with green gumballs and topped off with sticks of rock candy.  I have yet to meet a child who doesn’t love both!

Boy's Robot Birthday Party Favour Ideas

Favor tables are a great way to keep things organized at a party.  Becky used additional tassel garland to create a unique and colorful space for the party favors.  Metallic silver gift bags were filled with fun surprises for guests.  An amazing tissue covered #4 made for a dramatic centerpiece.

Boy's Robot Birthday Party Table Setting Ideas

Giant balloon letters from Just Balloons Hawaii added a festive vibe to the dining area.  What a fun way to reinforce the reason for celebration, Noah!

While not pictured, Becky shared that they hosted a photo booth with lots of fun props — big crazy hair, silly, giant sunglasses and other exciting options.  Photo booths are a well-loved trend so both young and old surely enjoyed the antics.

Way to kick things into gear for a cool, boy’s robot themed birthday party Becky!

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Planning a boy’s robot birthday party?  Check out these great ideas gathered by the crew at Spaceships and Laser Beams.

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Stephanie Keeping

Stephanie is in love with a boy named Sam. He has taught her that it's okay to jump first and look later, to wear a dirty shirt to the park and to decide that today is a good day to take a nap in your rubber boots. She hangs out here blogging at Spaceships and Laser Beams and at our printable party shop on Etsy.