/////{Dangerously Cute!} Construction Party Ideas

{Dangerously Cute!} Construction Party Ideas

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Grab your hard hats, tools and fuel up for some dangerously cute Construction Party Ideas from Cris McGrath of Crissy’s Crafts! Join Joey and his crew and “dig in” to the adorable themed treats, creative signs and classic work zone decorations like caution tape, construction cones, yield signs and more!

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

  • “One Way” and “Detour” Arrow Shaped Cake Pops
  • “Dig In” Food Table with utensil “tools”, “lunch break” boxes and pretzel “nails”
  • Yellow & Orange Cones and “It was loads of fun!” Favors
  • Construction Site Sticker Scenes, Cone Toss and Digging Station Activities
  • Caution Tape, Truck Topped Cake and “Dump Gifts Here” Sign

one way sign cake pops for a construction party

construction party ideas including a fueling drink station

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dump gifts here and more construction party ideas

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construction themed dessert table

nuts and bolts

cones

tons of fun favors

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PARTY DETAILS, as told by Cris

THEME, ENTRANCE & PARTY OUTFITS
My son is fanatic about trucks and everything that has to do with construction . Every time we go somewhere, he is always on the look out for construction sites. We had a lot of fun “building” this construction themed party! To recreate a construction site, I used CAUTION tape, tool boxes, traffic cones, inflatable Traffic Signs from Oriental Trading, dump trucks and Construction signs from the Amanda’s Parties To Go Construction Party Printable set.

At the entrance to the party, we used a step stool to greet guests with some yellow, orange & black helium balloons and road signs  from the Construction Printable Set that read “Party Under Construction”, “Detour”, “Joey’s Construction Crew”, “Danger” and “Stop”.

Joey had a custom made tee from *Golden* that had number 4 on the front and his name on the back. It is now his favorite shirt! Each child received a construction hat and vest upon arrival and they became part of Joey’s Crew.

DESSERT TABLE
The dessert table was the focus of the party. I used a piece of plywood covered with black fabric  to display the “Happy Birthday” banner. The delicious sweet treats were served inside dump trucks,  on top of cement blocks and inside paint buckets.  The children enjoyed some road signs cake pops from Astonishing Cakes, pebbles (chocolate shimmer yellow and orange candies), construction rope (black licorice), builder brownies, dirt cups (chocolate pudding), truck tires (donuts) and popcorn. The cake was made to resemble a dump site. Edible Details made an edible 3D Dump Truck that matched perfect with the printable set  and for the dirt, I added some crush Oreos to the top of the cake.

KIDS TABLE
The kids table and activity tables became a road by using black tablecloth and masking tape for the road lines. I used scrapbook paper as place mats , orange plates & juice with cute labels from the Construction Printable Set around them. Each child received their own lunch box with a sandwich, carrots and cheese stick. The table was also decorated with traffic cones and mini construction machines that I found at Walmart.

FOOD
Our “Dig In” Station was filled with yummy food for our guests to enjoy. We served chicken wraps, subs, nails (pretzel sticks), wrecking balls (cuties), Steel beans (rod pretzels). I used a tool organized that I found at Home Depot to hold the tools (utensils), plates and napkins. At our “Fueling Station”, we served lemonade, juice boxes and water bottles.

ACTIVITIES
There were lots of fun activity stations set up for the kids. We had a Construction Site with building bricks, they designed their own Construction site stickers scenes, cone toss, Digging Station, Plastic Piper Connector Station and Nuts/Bolts Station. At the Nuts/Bolts Station, kids had fun matching up the nuts and bolts to make a pair! I found the nuts/bolts set and the plastic piper connector on Oriental Trading site and my son still enjoys playing with them on daily bases.

FAVORS 
It was finally time to “pay” Joey’s crew for a job well done! I used my husband’s Craftsman Tool Center to display all the fun favors that the children took home. We called it the “Pay Day Station”. Children received their own tool box and they filled them with street signs  lollipops, chocolate coins, gummy tool treat packs, tool squirts, dump truck stationary. They also took home a inflatable hammer.

Joey and his crew had a blast and he is already talking about his next birthday party!

Vendor Credit
By |2017-03-01T19:31:31-07:00September 19th, 2013|Parties for Boys|

About the Author:

Hi there! I’m Jacque and I am a graphic designer here at Hostess with the Mostess! I graduated from San Diego State University with a BA in graphic design. I feel pretty lucky to be putting that degree to good use designing fun party printables for your special occasions! I’m really excited to be part of the {wonderful} team here, where I get to be a part of so many happy celebrations.

Random things you don’t really need to know about me:

– I love, love, love animals {cats, always and forever}. The fluffier the better.

– I’m a sucker for inanimate objects with adorable smiley faces.

– I go to midnight movie premieres way too often {even the awful ones}. No regrets!

– My absolute favorite time of year is Comic Con week. It’s like Christmas time, but better.

5 Comments

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  3. Vanessa March 16, 2014 at 11:19 am

    Where did you get the “lunch break” boxes??

  4. ashley June 4, 2014 at 1:06 pm

    where did you get the vests and hats from?? thanks

  5. Lloyd Claycomb July 21, 2016 at 7:00 am

    Perhaps a great way to encourage your child in becoming some construction contractor.

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