Curious George Birthday Party

Feb 14, 2012 | Kid Birthday Parties, Parties By Theme


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For Payton’s 2nd Birthday, we had a Curious George themed party.Β  Here’s a look at all the details:

Bananas and Fruit Dip:

Individual Banana Pudding:

The Curious George Cake:

The Goodie Bags:

InvitationΒ  Ask about my invitation design here.

Thank You Postcards

The Birthday Girl (personalized shirt from this etsy seller)

38 Comments

  1. I was wondering where you got the invitations from. We are also doing a curious george party for my daughters 2nd birthday.

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  2. Hi,
    Your party looks awesome! I am doing a Curious George 3rd birthday party for my daughter and I love your invitations. Can you tell me where you found them? Thank you!

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  3. I love this!!! So cute, great job, Jen! I better start planning Drew’s bday now!

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  4. Hi there – could you please tell me where you got your curious george invitations? Thanks!

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  5. I love your invitations!! Please share where you got them!

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    • Thanks, Erica! I actually designed these myself. πŸ™‚

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  6. How’d you make your invites and cake?? Love this!

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    • I designed the invitations in Photoshop. The cake was kind of free hand. I printed a picture of George’s face. I used a sharp knife and traced the lines, then filled in with the different colors. I used the marshmallow fondant (don’t remember the source, but you can find it on Pinterest). Thanks for visiting!

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  7. where did you get the chevron tablecloth?

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    • It was a piece of fabric that I found at Hancock Fabric (Texas).

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      • Okay, thanks. I looked up online and we have on in my state but I then looked up chevron on the store website and it doesn’t come up =( its so cute.

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        • I’ve seen some on etsy.com. You might try searching “yellow chevron material” on that website.

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  8. How did you find the curious George face for the goodie bags ?

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    • I enlarged a picture of George that I found online, printed it on cardstock, and cut it out. πŸ™‚

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  9. What did you put in the goodie bags?

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    • Oh goodness. I can’t remember exactly. I’m pretty sure there were bubbles, maybe chalk, something chocolate. I usually don’t buy the party store themed “stuff.” Instead I go for things that the birthday girl enjoys.

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  10. Would you mind emailing me your photoshop file of the invitation? I would LOVE to customize it using our information and use it for my daughter’s first birthday party. Name your price πŸ™‚

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    • I wish I could sell or give away the invitation file, but because the character is trademarked, I can’t distribute the file. Sorry!

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  11. Would you mind e-mailing me too your photoshop file of the invitation? I would love to use it for our daughters 2nd birthday. She LOVES George πŸ™‚ Say a price. Hope to hear. Very cute birthday theme.

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    • I wish I could sell or give away the invitation file, but because the character is trademarked, I can’t distribute the file. Sorry!

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  12. I was wondering where you found the Hundley plush toy? Very cute party!

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    • It was a gift (found on Amazon, I believe). I remember that it wasn’t a licensed Curious George plush but it looks just like him.

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  13. Is there any way you could email the invitation WITHOUT Curious George? Thank you.

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    • Thank you for your interest in the invitation. I have added the chevron design (minus the George graphic and words) to my shop here! It is available in pink or blue.

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  14. Ok, silly question but, where were you able to find pink balloons in multiple shades? I love the look but don’t want to buy multiple large packs.

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    • Humm.. trying to remember where I got the balloons. Either from the grocery store (HEB, if you are in Texas) or local florist. I think it was just 2 shades, a light pink and dark pink. I bet the party store would have them too.

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  15. I love the t-shirt! Did you make it yourself? Do you know of a place I could order it?

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    • I ordered it on etsy. It was a while ago so I don’t remember the person that I purchased from but I would check etsy.

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  16. If I bought the invite from your site how would I go about getting George on it

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    • I would suggest creating the invite in Photoshop if you have that program. You could use the background pattern graphic that I offer as your background layer.

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  17. Hi! The party theme looks amazing! I too am doing my daughters 2nd birthday Curious George and I absolutely love the goodie bags! How do I make them or buy them?

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    • I made them. I found a graphic of Curious George (sorry, I don’t remember the source). I printed it and cut into pieces and glued to the bag.

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  18. Hi! What did you serve to drink? I’m having a 1st birthday party Saturday and I don’t know what toddlers can drink. Punch, juice?

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    • HI Mallory,
      I typically serve water and juice boxes for kids’ parties. For a 1st birthday party, I’d suggest apple juice and water. Have a fun party!

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  19. I love your party. My daughter Lillie is turning 2 and its either Curious George or WildKratts but you made George so pretty! Love it!

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  20. I love the face image for the gift bags. Any thoughts on where I can get the image?

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    • Unfortunately this was from early in my blogging adventure and I didn’t write down the source for that graphic. I remember finding it through a Google search but I don’t know who to credit or link to. Hopefully you can find a graphic and create something similar! Good luck!

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  21. Te quedo lindo!!

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