Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Celebrating with Big Dot of Happiness - Review

I received products for review. The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way. Please do your own research before purchasing products or using services. Your opinions and results may differ.


I love planning and decorating for parties, but I'm no Pinterest pro. Whether it is a kids’ birthday party, family gathering, wedding celebration, or even a puppy shower (yup!), using Big Dot of Happiness (www.bigdotofhappiness.com) is the easiest way to come off looking like a true pro, minus the stress. Big Dot offers variety of high-quality unique and customizable party themes and makes it simple to throw a decked-out event that’s sure to impress. Their Expert Expert Design Team is able to change the designs of products by making font and color adjustments to the artwork, for free!

I was able to review products from the Skullitude™ - Boy Skull - Birthday Party Theme from Big Dot of Happiness. Adam just recently turned 15 years old and he's interested in skulls, whether it be decor or apparel. I knew the skull theme would be perfect for him.

We did not host a huge birthday party for Adam but did have a handful of friends over in a hotel when we were in Iowa for a drag race. I surprised him by putting out the brown, white, and blue skull themed items in the hotel room while he was out. To say he loved the theme is an understatement. It was perfect for a teenage boy!

Most of the items in the kit were customized with Adam's name. The Personalized Birthday Party Cupcake Pick and Sticker Kit - 12 ct required very little assembly. It just required adding the stickers to the front and back of each pick. They provided a wonderful touch to the cupcakes and zucchini bread. The Skullitude™ - Boy Skull - Birthday Party Cupcake Wrappers added flair to the cupcakes. All I had to do was wrap one around each cupcake liner.

I used the Skullitude™ - Boy Skull - Personalized Birthday Party Mini Favor Boxes and put little gifts in each one. Adams went around the room finding the favor boxes and getting his gifts out of them. Afterwards, each guest was given a favor box to keep. The favor boxes arrived in flat form and had to be assembled by popping them open and putting together the bottom perforations.

Big Dot of Happiness made my boy happy on his birthday, and I was pleased with the party supplies. The company offers darling and unique themed items for any occasion that you won't find anywhere else.

3 comments:

Debby Chandler said...

I'm going to have to check into this for my grandsons 5th birthday party. Thanks!

Alexis AKA MOM said...

LOVE it, you know me and a theme!!

Helga said...

I am not a fan of the skull motif for children myself.