Bugs + Kids = True Love. This printable collection will have your little guests buzzing with excitement!
Let's collect together! Our 5x7 invite sends the right message to your guests: it's time to party!
Our Pin the Spider game just might be the career jump-start your little entomologist needs.
1” circles can go anywhere and everywhere—just like the real deal. Printable 2” circles also available.
Bug thugs mug for our 2” circle birthday party decals. This product also works great as a cupcake topper.
Swarms of colorful bugs on our 4” decals are just what you need to decorate favor bags, cakes or hang as garland.
Leaf it to us to get the party rolling with this great, green Happy Birthday banner. Perfect for any nature party.
Color ‘em happy when they see this Bug Bash activity page. Great for favor bags too. Repellent not included.
Creepy crawlies? Nah. It’s our Bug Bash ant hill cupcake wrapper. It's sure to delight little larva.
Can I do you a favor? Our favor bag tags will make it easy on you. Tags fit standard ziplocks.
We put feelers out and confirmed that guests love party favors, especially when decorated with these tags.
Party kids will fly to your food table, so better let ‘em know what there is to eat with Bug Bash food labels.
Party guests will be buzzing with excitement when they get to wear their own insect hat. No stingers are included.
You're not going to be-leaf how cute these coordinating napkin rings are. You bring the napkins, guests bug out.
This is the only time it's a good idea to eat with so many bugs. Kids will love you for it. (Also used as backdrop)
Keep germs from encroaching by only drinking from your own straw, decorated with our Bug Bash Straw Decal.
Our Tent Cards are another great landing spot for food table descriptions. Use to label food or as place cards.
Don’t want to bug you, but pray tell, have you sent those thank you cards out to your guests?
To chug, water bugs lug jugs; you can just offer bottles with our water bottle labels, of course.
Have you heard that bugs are a sign of welcome…or is that our welcome sign is a bug?