Monday, July 18, 2011

{Creationz} Medical School Party

medical school party

This past weekend I got to put together this party for my cousin Christina who was recently accepted into medical school. {Yay Chrissy!!} Many thanks to my Aunt for asking for my help because I had sooooo much fun with this party!

medical school party, guest book

Christina loves vintage things and so I knew immediately I wanted to go that route for her party. I put school and medical items together with a vintage feel and I think it was a hit!
If you missed her invite check it out here.
The picture above is of the sign in table. I used my book wreath mirror that you may remember from here and the guest book was a three-ring binder with a student attendance sheet I designed.

Next to the guest book I also had some printouts and goodies for the kids at the party.

For the centerpieces I used vintage books, mason jars with tongue depressors and cotton balls, and some vintage inspired flashcards I designed. I also included other jars with some gorgeous vintage labels from Cathe Holden and her blog Just Something I Made. {She is really inspiring and has tons of goodies on her blog so you really have to visit!}

Each place setting had a name plate, pencil, piece of chalk and a shiny red apple.
The favor/dessert table included cake pop "apples", sentence strips for the kids, mini composition books, and vintage candies. My Aunt also got a great cake that was brought out later. AND, I have to thank my husband for the gorgeous chalkboard he made!

medical school party, party favors

medical school party, cake pops, apple cake pops

Another BIG Congratulations to my cousin Christina! When I married her cousin she was in our wedding and played piano at the wedding also {yes she is super talented}. So I'm really happy I could return the favor and help with a special day that was all about her.

Christina, we can't wait to call you Dr.!!!!!!!


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christina said...

you outdid yourself again! i'm so glad you were able to donate your time and hard work into making it such a memorable day, and of course that you and your family could be part of the celebration. have i said thank you yet?!? :D

dee p. said...

Such a cute party! I loved the decorations!!

mmcgre01 said...

This is so creative! It would be a great theme for anyone involved in higher education or even someone entering teaching.