A few years ago, we were commissioned to decorate one of our first parties, which is still one of our favorites, and that's why we dedicate this post.
Guille is a very special child with incredible parents, who when they began to organize the communion of their son, they were non just looking for an original and funny decoration, thought that, since their son already had everything he needed and did not want the guests spend the money on unnecessary things, the best (and more appropriate if we think what is celebrated in a communion) was to mount a solidary party.
In a solidary party they do not give away toys, nor clothes, nor give the child an envelope with money. Guests do not have to waste their time in stores looking for the most original and appropriate detail to give as a gift to a child that they probably do not know much about.
The party was held in the Social Club el Vedat de Torrent in Valencia and on one of the tables was placed an urn in which each one donated the amount of money he wanted, but it was not for Guillermo, if not to donate it to a cause or association that the child had chosen with his parents; Moms in Action
So in this communion it was celebrated to share, to donate what you have to those who really need it more than you.
Guillermo chose his favorite theme with which to decorate the party.
Guille is an adventurous and curious child, and perhaps that is why he chose the theme of outer space.
We started to draw and design like crazy; aliens, astronauts, planets and everything that came to mind.
The party was held outdoors, so we created cut-outs with our illustrations; some we use as centerpiece while others hang them from the trees.
In the center, a welcome table was placed, we used our Mapa Mundi tablecloth, which we released for the occasion. On this, in addition to the centerpieces with the aliens and astronauts, we put a tray with personalized chocolates that we had designed. Some baskets with badges and magnets that had the drawings of the party (but obviously personalized). People chose the ones they liked best to take them as souvenirs. In the middle, most importantly, the urn for donations.
On one side of the table, near the urn, on an easel we place a pen cardboard with a "fingerprint tree". Do you know what it is? A poster with the illustration of a tree, where the guests sign with the fingerprint, which together with those of other people are stamped as if they were the leaves of a tree.
In the garden we also place our wooden cart, full of sweets and candies. They all had personalized labels for the event.
The result was an original and funny party, where not only was a typical lunch after a sacrament, but it was joined by a good cause, which was this party and life was celebrated.
There we met Cicco Tiñone, who got us all to have fun and not stop dancing.
We liked so much having been part of this that later inspired us to create a line of stationery that you already know.