Party favors are still fun to give out even when you’re no longer a kid. In fact, when you turn 21, you are officially a legal adult. For this big bash celebrating your last milestone for years, consider creating fun party favors in the form of DIY shot glasses. Grab the SVG file to make these to go items for your 21st birthday party.
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It’s been a long time since I’ve celebrated a 21st birthday but when assigned to style a party of this theme for Birthday in a Box, I was gun ho on seeing what those young whippersnappers do these days.
One thing I saw trend on Pinterest were these cup signs that help distinguish your relationship status.
I displayed it among the bar/dessert table with a full on fancy balloon garland. This one was made extra special with a few oversized balloons and fringe hanging down.
I was also able to put together a fun centerpiece with some cardboard, paper mache number, foil, confetti popper and some alcoholic drink cans.
I wrapped the number and bottle with foil to fit the color scheme at this particular party. When stacked together, the cans and cardboard made a fun stand perfectly themed for this 21st birthday party!
But when it came out to the favors, I went with good old shot glasses, a staple for a 21st birthday bash.
These 21st birthday party favors came together easily with the help of my Cricut and adhesive vinyl.
You can grab the SVG file to create to add these fun designs to your own mini shot glasses.
Visit the Birthday in a Box blog to see more ideas and shots of this colorful 21st birthday party!