Friday, May 05, 2017

Fiesta Daddy Daughter Date

Fiesta Like There Is No Manana!
For our 2016 Activity Day Daddy Daughter Date, we decided to do a fiesta theme. It was very colorful! Our guests ate Mexican food, and drank apple soda or water while listening to Latin American music in the background! The activity day girls helped us make many tissue flowers, napkin rings, and glued labels on soup cans. We planned simple activities such as fun photo booth with many props, writing postcards to our ward missionaries (even sent them pictures of our event too), played pin the tail on the donkey, broke a few pinatas, and learned a cha cha slide dance from a leader and youth volunteer in our ward! 

I was inspired by Once Wed, which I found from Pinterest. I loved how the colorful fringe turned out! Supplies: We used a package of colorful tissue paper, card stock paper, gems, scissors, glue stick, and invite printouts. Credits: I used black chalkboard paper from Mediterranka, clip-art by Revidevi, and the following fonts: El Rio Lobo, Jicama, and Matador.
Over a span of two months, we collected many toilet paper rolls and soup cans. I designed many soup can labels, made some picks, made a place mat, posters, a banner, thank you tags, poppers, postcards, etc. My co-leaders and I were inspired by Pinterest for our inspiration for many of our decoration ideas such as the papel banner tutorialcactus wire center piece, plastic table cloth doorway, photo booth backdrop, napkin ring tutorial, poppers tutorial, poppers thank you tag, etc. Credits: The stuff I used to design my stuff were from the following: Anchored By Love's fiesta papers, black chalkboard paper was from MediterrankaKate Hadfield's clip-art, chalk board tags are by, black button is by Zoe Pearn, banner template came from Shabby Princess, frames are by Allison Kimball,.  I also downloaded and recolored (to match my colors) some fiesta picks from The 36th Avenue and Crafting Chicks.
Colorful Papels "Banners" (My Co-leader made those)

Tissue Paper Flowers, Soup Cans, Picks, Wire Cactus Center Piece

Another Flowers, Soup Cans, Picks, Cactus Center Pieces (Co-leader made four of them), and Candle Holder (Co-leader made those)

Soup Can Labels

Doorway (Co-Leader made this beautiful entry)

Napkin Rings/Place Mat 

Banner, Picks, and Posters 
I made most of these decorations. I got the banner template from Pattern Universe, fiesta papers from Anchored By Love, black chalkboard paper by Mediterranka, clip-art by Kate Hadfield, frames from Allison Kimball. I printed out picks on card stock paper from The 36 Avenue and Crafting Chicks. I downloaded and printed on card stock the following posters and Let the Fiesta Begin and Fiesta Like There Is No Manana. The flag, maracas, sombreros, and guitar graphics came from Dating Divas.

Decorated Chalkboard and Sound System

Poppers and Thank You Tag
I failed to photograph the finished project but it was filled with lots of candy and had a colorful tissue top, which we hot glued down. I attached the tag at the end of the baker's string. I got the tutorial on how to make these Poppers from One Good Thing. Credits: Clip art is from Kate Hadfield, black paper is by Mediterranka, black button is by Zoe Pearn, and banner template is by Shabby Princess. I used mtbk and niagara solid for the fonts.

We did a soft taco/nacho bar. Appetizers were chips and salsa from Los Hermanos. We offered a warm flour tortilla and chips. We kept a bunch of crock pots warm with rice, beans (refried and black), and chicken, ground beef. As for the toppings, we had lettuce, tomatoes, chilies, olives, jalapenos, onions, green onions, hot sauce, salsa, soar cream, etc. For dessert, we gave them a dessert taco or drumstick ice cream (they look like maracas). Credits: Chalkboard paper was by Mediterranka, banner template was by Shabby Princess, black button was from Zoe Pearn, all clip-art is by Kate Hadfield from the Lily Pad, frames are by Allison Kimball. The Menu word art is by Graphic Fairy. I used MTBK for the font.
Games Booths and Activities 
Credits: Chalkboard paper was by Mediterranka, banner template was by Shabby Princess, black button was from Zoe Pearn, all clip-art is by Kate Hadfield from the Lily Pad, frames are by Allison Kimball. I used the following fonts: EL Rio Lobo, Matador, Bergamot Ornaments, Jicama, and chalkboard chum.
Photo Booth
We used a Polaroid camera. We thought it would be fun to have the photos printed out to have for a memory keepsake. I downloaded and printed on card stock some cute Fiesta Photo Booth Props from Dating Divas.  We had an Mexican poncho, sombreros, maracas, a pink guitar, lips, mustaches, etc.

Close Up of Photo Booth

Missionary Booth

Missionary Postcards
Credits: Hope Coloring Page came from Doodle Art Ally. Clip-art is by Kate Hadfield, paper is by Anchored By Love, frame is by Allison Kimball.  I used the following fonts: barcode font, Lucida Sans Typewriter, Rockwell Extra Bold, Pottery Barn, Bergamot Ornaments, Jicama, Legal Tender, and Chalk hand lettering.

Pin the Tail on the Donkey
My co-leader made this adorable banner and cute pin the tail on the donkey game. She had the game pieces laminated and had dry erase markers to write names on the tails. They got some candy as a prize.  In the corner, you can see my homemade poppers in a couple bags!

Last but not least the Pinata!


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