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robot themed birthday party and dessert table

If you’re on the lookout for robot party ideas, look no further – because Janie Wilson computed some serious creativity for her son’s 5th birthday with this super colorful Robot Birthday Party! Mom found just about every awesome robot activity in the book to kick this party into high gear – from robot themed games to crafty activities like painting robot banks and making your own Rice Krispie treat bots… then eating them of course! ;)

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

  • Life-sized handmade robots with spring-topped heads & diagnostic button fronts
  • Colorful birthday cake topped decked out with gears and the cutest little blue robot topper!
  • Fabulous watermelon robot filled with grapes + adorable googly-eyed cupcakes
  • White chocolate mini robots, “liquid hydrogen” water bottles & a paint your own bot activity

white chocolate robots for a boys birthday party

DIY watermelon robot filled with grapes

googly eyed robot cupcakes, drinks and matching game

life size welcome sign robot

robot themed napkin rings, bottle wraps and tablescape

gear cake with robot topper for a birthday party

robot party happy birthday garland and sweets

boys birthday party pinwheels

robot iced birthday party sugar cookies

colorful boys birthday tablescape and chair backs

robot building blocks and coloring activities

make a rice krispie robot activity

a bucket of rice krispie robots on sticks

blue robot piñata, wooden cake and tassel garland

robot themed birthday party for a boy

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PARTY DETAILS as told by Janie…

I wanted to create the perfect robot party for my son Jacob, who was turning 5 this year. I wanted it to be bright, cute and fun! I also wanted all of the decor to be functional and invite the kids to play with it and for the sweets table to be delicious and amazing!! I fell in love with Mulberry Paperie’s robot design and the rest of the party planning just came easy. Bold, bright colors paired with gray chevron! I used their patterned papers and matching cardstock to create a wooden cake, a paper cake, robot name blocks, pinwheels, a picture frame and much more. I added printables to the mason jars, the utensil wraps, the cupcakes, my life size robots, the water bottles, the chocolate, everything!!

We had robot activities like Create a Rice Krispie Robot, Build a Bot, Color a Robot, Build a Robot Tower, and Paint a Robot Bank. We all had tons of fun and had great food catered from Moe’s Southwest Grill for lunch!

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