I am so excited to share that I’ve teamed up with good2grow to throw the cutest fruit-themed party! good2grow drinks have always been a favorite for both my kids and I! My kids love the fruity taste and fun characters while I love that the good2grow beverages are made without any added sugar and are spill-proof. Talk about a mom win!
For the party, I went with a summery fruit theme to highlight the flavors of good2grow drinks. I decided to go brighter with the color scheme and made a balloon arch in various colors and shapes. I added in foil balloons shaped as fruit and attached them using glue dots (if you don’t have glue dots, you could also use a low-temp hot glue gun).
I decided to go big and made a balloon mosaic shaped as a pineapple to go behind the party table. It complemented the balloon garland so well and really set the scene for the party.
For the backdrop, I cut strips from plastic tablecloths in various colors and tied them to a piece of rope. I then hung this on the wall as the final finishing touch for the party backdrop.
As far as the table goes, I used paper tropical leaves to cover the center of the table. Then, I added watermelon plates and coordinating napkins to compliment the tropical summer feel.
For food, I served fruit and cupcakes complete with cutest paper fruit cupcake toppers. However, the stars of the show were definitely the good2grow drinks! Violet’s favorite was Mickey Mouse but she probably switched characters at least five times!
Want to host your own party with good2grow?!
We had so much fun celebrating the end of summer with good2grow and would love to help a few of you do the same! Be sure to head to my post on Instagram for all of the details and a chance to win!
- First place winner will receive a $50 party retailer e-gift card and an entire case of good2grow.
- Second place winner will receive a $25 party retailer e-gift card and an entire case of good2grow.
- Third place will win an entire case of good2grow.
This is a sponsored post on behalf of good2grow. All opinions are my own.
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