We are so excited to share all the details of this amazing Science themed party styled by one of our loyal VIP client Mums, Rebecca. I have lost count of how many parties we have worked on together now!! Such a clever mama – each party is even better than the last.
Scientific research suggests that mixing birthdays with parties can cause an explosion of fun. #scienceiscool.For Amelia’s 8th birthday she requested a slime party with fluro green and black the colours she decided on – the perfect formula for a mad scientist party.
Decorations and Styling
The kids were transported to a science laboratory with realistic props including bubbling beakers, test tubes (filled with water beads), microscopes, lab rats, magnifying glasses and even liquid nitrogen.
After a quick photo with the mad scientist photo prop, the young scientists were outfitted with everything they needed, white lab coats, safety goggles and an identification badge.
I hired a party company that specialised in leading kids through mad science-themed experiments. The scientists in training loved the stellar experiments – the highlights were making two different types of slime and the liquid nitrogen show including making ice-cream.
Everyone raved it was their favourite party ever and the birthday girl loved it. That makes the effort all worthwhile.
For food we served jelly in petri-dishes, fruit molecules, scientific sushi, cranium cupcakes, dna donuts, protons and neutrons (lollies) and drinks included H2O, Hypertonic solution and Radioactive punch.
The guests went home with test tubes of smarties and jellybeans, a giant radioactive lollipop, chocolates, and their lab coat, glasses and ID pass as well as the goodies from the piñata.
Printables: Print and Party
Entertainment: Ken from Fizzics was amazing https://www.fizzicseducation.com.au/
Cake, cupcakes and biscuits: Party Cakes by Robyn
Favours: Glitter and Glue Designs
Décor: props were purchased from Kmart, Savage Urban and Big W.
Create this look with our Science Themed Party Stationery!