For once, we’re not ready for the construction to end. This is no drill — Kim Kardashian turned an ordinary theme into an extraordinary party for her son Psalm’s second birthday (and we’ve never been so envious of a two year old).
No need for blueprints — we’re walking you through every corner of the beautifully-built backyard birthday.
The Kardashian-Jenner squad’s go-to planner, Mindy Weiss Party Consultants, teamed up with Little Artist Party to create the world’s cutest (and safest) construction zone.
The construction birthday party took place at the reality star’s Hidden Hills home. The otherwise manicured backyard was accentuated with a real digger (the perfect photo op), giant sand pits, and bounce house activities.
Hansen’s Cake Bakery was brought to the site with an adorable, two-tiered cake specially designed for Psalm and his friends.
It’s no secret the Kardashians love flashy fashion, and this party’s reflective vests and neon hard hats were the perfect complement to the theme (and the best ensemble for demolishing a custom pinata).
Dig Up Similar Construction Birthday Party Inspiration
1. Add a Working Play Zone
Balloons are one of the best ways to emphasize a kids’ party theme — especially one that requires such bright and bold hues.
2. Indicate No Seat is Off Limits
A seat at the kids’ table should always be inviting. Incorporate clean patterns and a clear color palette to make sure your setup is friendly, fun, and stylish.
3. Give Guests a Sign to Celebrate
Signage is a key element at kids’ birthday parties. Celebrate your little one with clever messaging and on-theme backdrops (everyone loves a cute photo op — and there are plenty of fun ones for a construction theme).
4. Caution Kids to Stay Hydrated
Parents and kids alike will love a creative hydration station. These construction cone cups are both Instagram-post friendly and play-friendly.
5. Dig Into Dips & Theme Snacks
The most popular part of a birthday party is almost always the snack station. With clever serving utensils you can take a tasty dish and turn it into a highlight guests won’t stop talking about (or swarming for a bite).
6. Be Sure to Stop for Cake Pops
Dessert stations are a huge focus at kids’ birthday parties (and the options are endless). From cake pops to cakes and cookies to candy, no other area of your party will have guests buzzing like a completely customized sweets stop.
The vendors who made this event happen:
photographer: Paula Player Photography | planner & design: Stunning and Brilliant Events | venue: private residence