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cracker jack theme party

Buy her some peanuts & Cracker Jacks… and Kisha of S is for Sweet will show you exactly how to style the perfect Classic Cracker Jack Theme Party! With red, white & blue decor, a vintage inspired Cracker Jack Bar, beautiful photography by Divian Conner and some adorable nautical themed outfits, this birthday party sure is a treat!

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

  • Adorable Cracker Jack sailor costume with vintage snack tray
  • Red star sprinkled cookies, peanuts, donuts and rolled cherry taquitos
  • Vintage Cracker Jack signs & Coca Cola boxes
  • Cracker Jack snack bar + Red, white & blue dessert table
  • Vintage Coke cups with red straws & pinwheel toppers

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PARTY DETAILS, as told by Kisha

My daughters outdoor Cracker Jack themed birthday with her bff’s was a small party with everything from a Cracker Jack popcorn station to delicious desserts like the cherry taquitos. We wanted to make sure that we included things that reminded her of Cracker Jack by using lots of popcorn and cute little prizes.

My daughter was The Cracker Jack dressed in sailor uniform and her friends joined in also with the festive theme. Since her birthday is close to the Fourth of July we made sure the colors were red white and blue. We made her a tray filled with treats to go around her neck, we included various flavors of popcorn, used the vintage style Cracker Jack boxes, shelled peanuts, little army men toys and tattoos. We filled a drink cart with Coca Cola drinks on ice.

Our food selection included  homemade cheeseburger egg rolls, rolled cherry taquitos, hand made mini pancake and cornmeal battered corn dogs and old fashion cinnaman rolls. Our favorite dessert we did were grilled glazed donuts with carmel dipping sauce! YUM!

We used mason jars filled with Cracker Jacks and prizes tied with red and white twine as our favors. They blew their hearts out with the fringed blow horns. Even the straws for the drinks had their very own pinwheel detail. We did a balloon wreath with red white and blue balloons attached to a straw wreath. Super simple! The girls played games like girlie girls do and had loads of fun. They enjoyed dressing up and I don’t think anything was left on the dessert table!

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