Baby Blue and Mint Green Safari Party
Safari adventures can be one of the best experiences a person can have. From ‘The Lion King’ to ‘The Jungle Book’ to ‘Madagascar,’ these stories portray exciting escapades in the wild—and as a child, they bring our imagination to life. How much fun is it to be on a real safari? This event’s inspiration is a kid’s safari, perfect for celebrating Calix’s special milestone. The Party Project Manila definitely aced the venue’s transformation into one, with Snaps Avenue capturing the best moments of the day.
Calix’s family and godparents gathered together to welcome him to the Christian world. It was a solemn baptismal ceremony attended by people who hold him dear.
After the baptism, the adventure begins! At the entrance, various standees of wild animals are positioned against pastel-colored backdrops, creating a portal to a mystical and fun experience that awaits anyone who enters.
The ceiling looks simple yet perfectly aligned with the theme. Mint green and baby blue leaf cutouts hang from the top, resembling vines but in a cute kiddie way.
The stage looks like it came right out of a play. 2D animals and plant decors were perfectly curated to create this little Safari land.
Each round table is adorned with mint green tablecloths, a jute runner, and deep green napkins. The centerpieces created a miniature jungle in the cutest way.
This edible masterpiece, created by Tricia Cupcakery, was filled with intricate and creative details. Our tiny Calix topper shows him having fun with his adorable safari friends.
A fun-filled adventure will only be complete with games and some magic. There are food carts and side activities too! Here are some photos of how the kids enjoyed the day’s festivities.
Before everyone called it a day, Calix’s guests received customized giveaways, thanking everyone for joining him in this wild adventure of his life.
Vendors who made it all happen:
Coordination: Party Doll Manila Events | Stylist: The Party Project Manila | Caterer: Verleo Catering | Host and magician: Karl Matrix | Food carts: Potato Corner and Black Scoop | Photo and video: Snaps Avenue | Cake: Tricia Cupcakery