Today is our son Holden’s fourth birthday! I can’t believe it! Joel took him on a field trip to with his fourth grade class this morning, so I think he’ll come home a very excited birthday boy. Since this is our last year celebrating his birthday in California, a tropical party seemed like a good fit for a theme.
While the boys are gone for the day, I am putting the party details together for this weekend. We will be celebrating with our closest friends in just a couple days while listening to some surf rock, eating some Hawaiian kabobs, sipping on hibiscus tropical punch and other delicious treats. There will be LOTS of pineapples and flamingos! I even found a flamingo pinata – it’s amazing. And of course, these fun DIY Pineapple Centerpieces.
What you will need:
Pen or Pencil
What to do:
1. Gather your supplies 2. With your pen, draw your pineapple shape 3. Cut out the pineapple 4. Place tape on the back of your paper pineapple 5. Secure it to the front of your vase 6. Place your greenery in the vase and you’re done!
These pineapples are simple and adorable! They will make great additions to our tropical party. There will be plenty of bold and bright colors on Holden’s special day!
What do you think of a tropical party theme? I am loving the whole pineapple and flamingo trend right now!
Feel free to leave a comment!