Miss Jacquelyn Gloria Elaine Fuchs turned 2 years old a couple weeks ago and we celebrated the occasion with a “Born 2 Be Wild” Biker Bash.
I really wanted guests to envision they were at a biker rally complete with themed “stores” and activities for the little ones.
Guests were greeted out front by a pair of shiny motorcycles parked out front.
An open road led guests to the festivities inside.
We created the “road” in the entry way using a roll of black plastic table covering, black duct tape to secure it to the floor and white self-adhesive felt sheets, cut in half (lengthwise) for the lines. It was a simple, inexpensive extra touch that wowed party-goers.
The first stop was a visit to “The Cruiser Cafe” for lunch.
Once bellies were full, guests rode over to the tattoo parlor to get inked. This was a simple set-up and a hit with parents and kids alike.
Once the ink was dry, it was time to cruise over to “Jacquelyn’s Sweet Shop” for goodies sure to keep the energy level high (aka sugar rush).
Next stop was a shopping spree at “Jax’s Full Throttle Boutique,” where they loaded up with cool biker gear.
Before the bikers headed home they made a stop at “Wild Child Studios” for a mini-photo session.
***Tune in tomorrow for more details on this super cool party!***