Posted on February 01, 2016
Cut out a star shape from cardstock or use a circle for a moon. Draw on the craters. Write you party info on back with a glow in the dark ink pen.
Or purchase Space Orbit invitations
Paint different sized styrofoam balls to represent the different planets. Use fish line to hang them from the ceiling.
Hang glow in the dark stars from the ceiling using fishing line. Or hang shiny star cut outs.
Tape black plastic table covers to the walls. Stick on glow in the dark stars.
Or use balloons to coordinate with your party colors. You can pick a few colors off your party ware and use those.
Use inflatable astronaut figures.
Use a lime green color for your plates and cups and napkins for contrast.
Or use Space Orbit partyware
Make a Space Cake.
are go for an out-of-this-world dessert.
â€¢ Baked 13 x 9 inch cake
â€¢ White frosting
â€¢ Red and blue M&M's
â€¢ Red gel icing
â€¢ Candles (optional)
To construct this high-flying cake, simply cut and assemble a baked 13- by 9-inch cake as shown.
Cover the cake with white frosting, then set in place red and blue M&M's for rivets and pipe on red gel icing letters.
For an added flair, insert candles in the bottom of the rocket and let them burn briefly (with adult supervision, of course) before cutting and serving the cake.
Or use the football shaped cake pan to make a spaceship cake
All prices are in USD.