Wicked {the musical} 6th Birthday Party

Posted on February 12th, 2013 by Kara
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This amazing WICKED {THE MUSICAL} SIXTH BIRTHDAY PARTY was submitted by Melanie of Melanie Monroe Photography. What a fun and creative way to capture the spirit of the musical and celebrate the birthday of twin girls!

Here are some of the elements I love most in this Wicked themed party:
The painted cardboard life size castle
The pink “Glinda” cupcakes and black / green “Elphaba” cupcakes
The witch broom pens in the favor pails
The “Emerald City Dress-Up Boutique” overflowing with green apparel for the guests to wear
and MORE!

This is what Melanie said about planning the party- “My twin girls turned six a few weeks ago and I can’t believe how time flies! This year they wanted a “Wicked” (the musical) birthday party and I was happy to comply. This party was so much fun to plan! I started a pinterest board for the party MONTHS ago and got lots of great ideas. During Halloween time, I was able to get some great witch decorations and I was able to snag some fun green items for the “Emerald City Dress Up Boutique” when all the St. Patrick’s Day items came out right after Christmas. This was a karaoke party, so we had some great singing and dancing going on, as well as the “Flying Monkey Zipline” and the “Madame Morrible Tornado Ride.” We had lots of green snacks and drinks (even green ice cubes in the punch!) as well as Glinda and Elphaba cupcakes with witch hats and princess crowns. For favors we gave out a small “Anti-witch water bucket” filled with pink and green lollipops, pink Glinda bubbles, green Emerald City sunglasses, and a Defying Gravity broomstick pen. Thank you to all the friends and family that joined us to make my girls’ 6th birthday extra special! We had a wicked good time!”

Party Styling and Planning- Melanie of Melanie Monroe Photography

Photography- Amy Gray Photography

Items used in this party available in Kara’s Party Ideas Shop:

Candles

Cupcake Liners

Broom Pens

Tin Favor Pail

Clear Cellophane Bags

Paper Lanterns

Tissue Balls

Honeycomb Flowers

Flexible Straws

Paper Cups

Plastic Wine Goblets

       

Items used in this party available in Kara’s Party Ideas Shop:

Candles

Cupcake Liners

Broom Pens

Tin Favor Pail

Clear Cellophane Bags

Paper Lanterns

Tissue Balls

Honeycomb Flowers

Flexible Straws

Paper Cups

Plastic Wine Goblets

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  2. Becky

    I am in love with this idea! I love the musical Wicked and have seen it many times. What a great way to incorporate details from the show. Thanks for sharing :-)

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  3. Jennifer

    This is totally…WICKED! I absolutely LOVE the musical and we are surprising my daughter with tickets to see it for her 8th birthday. This would be the perfect theme for her party to cap it off!!

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