Come aboard the SS-Alec and DIVE, DIVE, DIVE!
My son Alec just celebrated his 5th birthday. He wanted a Yellow Submarine Swim Party.
Your Sub won’t sink around this party. Lot’s of fun new party idea’s, custom details and plenty of yummy treats from the “Galley.”
Custom made yellow gable boxes to resemble a Yellow Submarine with periscope, portholes and all.
They were filled with treats and tied with a custom thank you tag. The kids were very excited to get one of these.
For information on the gable boxes. See bottom of this blog post.
Custom tags hung from the treat boxes to thank the party guests.
Lot’s of nautical table wear, ropes and industrial baskets were used to display and hold the party items.Man Overboard! Little hands could grab a pack of life savers to enjoy. Lot’s of fun Sea Inspired cookies too!Blackboard signs were purchased from Jo-Ann Fabric Craft Store. I painted the wood yellow.
Jumbo clothes pins were purchased at Michaels Craft Store.Twinkies made the perfect Submarine Snack for this party. It was a big hit with the adults!
One of the most popular items served up from the “Galley” was the Submarine Commander’s Favorite Shish Kabob’s.
Sea Inspired Fruit Snacks on a Kabob (toothpick). The kid’s favorite!!!
The aqua stand was made by adhering a plate right side up with a bowl upside down. I used foam stickers to stick the two together so they would be able to be reused in the future. The bowl and plate were purchased at Target.
They were topped off with custom Submarine Cupcake Toppers.Submarine Party Banner hung from the front of the table. Alec is 5!The kids got to go home with a Yellow Submarine Gable Box, Goody Bag and bottle of Ocean Water Bubbles.
Guests cooled off with some refreshing lemonade and ice cold water. The straws reminded me of a submarine periscope.
They were all ready to grab and drink.
The stickers were custom made to fit the water bottles.
You can’t have a Submarine party without some fishy crackers. These were gobbled up very quick!
Metal cupcake holder and cutlery holder were purchased at Jo-Anne Fabric Craft Store.
Little Yellow and white cups were purchased from Jilly Bean Kids.The “Galley” served up a ton of food. A Menu sign was displayed on a jumbo clothes pin to let guest know what was served. Sub Sandwiches from Subway, Fruit, Chips, Salads and treats!Sea Weed (fruit roll’s) were displayed for little hands to grab.Custom Submarine Invites were designed for this party. They were made to resemble a ticket to board the SS-Alec.
All paper products were designed by Andrea from Where the Green Grass Grows Designs.
Cookies and Cupcakes from Market of Choice Bakery in Eugene, Oregon.
Sub Sandwiches from Subway.
Yellow Gable Boxes were purchased from Jilly Bean Kids. They come plain yellow.
After I got them, I used craft glue to adhere 3 white mint life savers to the front.
Then I punched the hole in the top left side and stuck a white straw in the hole.
Next I tied a tag and now you have “A Yellow Submarine!”