Good morning, scouts! Get ready add “Cutest Camping Party Ever” to your merit badges! Twinhouse Creatives presents Marco’s one-of-a-kind celebration, brimming with all the fun you you could hope to see at a campsite party, but with absolutely no sacrifice on the detail. Honestly, that popping red, perfect invitation, and not to mention those Camp Marco cupcakes, had me wanting to pitch my tent here for for more than one look-through! The best part about Marco’s special day was his gifts and donations table. He and his parents opted to give gifts to the Philippine Toy Library instead of accepting presents. Now that’s what I call scout’s honor!
What we’re digging:
- Don’t even get me started on that s’mores station. Anyone as passionate about s’mores as I am would just be over the moon with that setup. Just look at that adorably detailed s’more-making flow chart! Making s’mores is serious business.
- A campfire cake? Shoppersville Bakeshoppe (along with Marco’s mommy and titas!) really outdid themselves here!
- I’m still super enchanted with the whole outdoorsy theme. If the kids didn’t have their hands full with all that perfectly presented candy, they probably did with all the outdoor activities hosted by Marco’s relatives: a scavenger hunt, relay race, and a fish pond? Childhood dream! And to make things even better, Twinhouse Creatives did the most superb job bringing the outside in! What was the best touch? Those paper clouds, green canopies, signs, tents–or was it that creative campfire? I can’t decide!
Photography: Twinhouse Creatives / Styling and coordination: Twinhouse Creatives / Venue: McKinley Pavilion, North Greenhills / Sweets: Shoppersville Bakeshop (embellished by the mother of the celebrant and his titas) / Charity: Philippine Toy Library / Storytellers: Jomike and Aya Tejido / Hosts: Relatives of Celebrant