Everyone who saw the fabulous robot cupcakes by the talented Hello Naomi is impressed. You have to admit her vintage robot cupcakes are hard to resist.
Most people think of the robot theme in terms of a young boy party. I can tell you that robots are not just for kids. Science-fiction fans love them too.
When my husband saw the cupcakes and the robot tabletop designed by Hostess of the Mostess (middle right pictures), he told me that he would be thrilled having a robot birthday party. Obviously, his version will be more grown up. I still have a few months to make it happen.
Based on the cupcakes by Hello Naomi and the tabletop by Hostess of the Mostess, I decide to scout for more robot party inspirations.
Completing the Look
On etsy, I found a collection of spaces and robot Art print. A Song of Wires by artist John W Goldengo well with the Robot plates, cups and bowls by French Bull.
For the centerpieces, you can check out the polymer clay creations designed by Jennifer of IttyBittiesForYou on etsy. Her pieces are 1.25 inches tall. So you will need a few to make a statement. Silver on a Stump is my favorite amongst her current models.
Mozarella is the first two Tokidoki characters to make it into plush form, and currently she’s my favorite. This cute plush robot doll will be available soon at STRANGEco. I may want one.
+ French Bull robot kids plates at Loft Party – price: $28 USD for 4
+ French Bull robot kids bowls at Loft Party – price: $26 USD for 4
+ French Bull robot kids juice cups at Loft Party – price: $22 USD for 4
+ A Song of Wires at johnwgolden on etsy – price: $20 USD
+ Silver on a Stump at IttyBittiesForYou on etsy – price: $13 USD
Via:Robot Party [Hostess with the Mostess]
Cupcakes: Build a Robot cupcake by Hello Naomi
Via: Toys Come Full Circle [Notcot]