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Mr. C turned 5 this year and we celebrated his birthday a few weeks ago with our family. We happened to be on vacation at the time but I brought my party stuff with me so we could celebrate the birthday boy with a Baseball Birthday Party. Complete with a concession stand of yummy food.
Here are some close ups of what we had at the party. Peanuts and Popcorn are a baseball tradition. So no baseball birthday party would be complete without them.
The same goes for hot dogs and nachos.
Since we were not at home and on vacation, I had to improvise a little with how to put out my licorice. I found some clear glasses in the cupboard that worked just fine. If I was at home, I probably would’ve used something else, but these glasses worked great.
I made some water bottle labels for our drinks and used those on the juice boxes for the kids too.
I found these Ketchup and Mustard dispensers in the dollar spot at Target one day and knew they would be perfect with this baseball theme!
Here it is all laid out and ready to go!
Again, I used what I had and made it work when it came to the table covers and backdrop. It didn’t look perfect but it hey, I’m the only one who cared. Plus when you are on vacation, there are on worries, everything is better!
I knew the birthday boy and his sis would love the food!
I made some simple cupcakes with these cute toppers so we could sing to the birthday boy.
Kids love blowing out those candles!
Of course everyone had to have a treat to take with them.
Table cover, back drop: Walmart
Striped hot dog/nacho trays, striped bags, striped cups, baker’s twine: Pick Your Plum
Cracker Jacks: Costco
Candy: Sweeties in AZ
Food and Printables: Liz on Call
Check out the free printable Concessions Banner to download for your baseball birthday party.
My friend Amy from Happy Hearts Studios made this paper pack to go along with the theme of the party. I used these papers and designs to create my party printables.
It was such a fun theme for my boy’s birthday. He loved it, his cousins loved it and the daddy’s loved it. You can’t go wrong with Baseball!
Here are some other party themes you might enjoy:
One Sweet Year Rainbow Party