We had a Wreck-It Ralph movie night last night. I'm a little obsessed with that movie. I LOVE it!! I had a few more ideas that I wanted to do and had originally planned to have our movie night on this coming Wednesday but I was too excited to wait that long! My husband had drill this weekend so because he was going to be home last night I decided to throw our movie night together even though I wasn't 100% ready for it. I'm so happy with how it turned out even though I didn't get to include everything that I wanted to. It was so much fun... quite possibly my favorite family movie night yet.
So, for decorations I printed out some candy and taped them up on the walls. I also printed out some Wreck-It Ralph printables and put them in the frames that I have hanging up. One of Dawson's favorite parts in the movie is the Laffy Taffy part, so I decided to hang some "laffy taffy" from our ceiling. Might I add that he has a TON of favorite parts, I think he loves the movie as much as I do! He laughs so much through the entire movie. Anyway, the laffy taffy made us laugh too! A couple pieces fell as we were eating dinner and the kids thought that was pretty funny!
I also had a brick "tablecloth," some cupcake plates and napkins, a Nintendo remote control (it has candy in it, although we didn't eat it), and my cupcake stand filled with "cupcakes."
A closer look at what is up on the wall...
I made us some placemats with Wreck-It Ralph printables taped to them.
A closer look at our table decor.
I had my hubby pass me the camera (it was on the counter behind him) when I saw the kids having so much fun so I could capture a few pictures. I decided to get a close-up of the printables while I had the camera with me.
I'm BAD and that's GOOD. I will never be good, and that's not bad.
There is no one I'd rather be, than me.While I was making dinner the kids colored these Wreck-It Ralph coloring pages.
Their other activity was to make their own dessert! Because we already had Root Beer floats with dinner we tried to keep dessert a little healthier. We had to include Oreos, though, because that song has been stuck in my head all week... O-re-o, oreee-o! You're welcome. :) And the mini ones make really good wheels!
We used peanut butter to glue everything together and we let the kids add candy sprinkles. I figured the cars needed some kind of candy since they are Sugar Rush cars after all!
This was seriously a blast! I'm in the mood to plan another movie night... any ideas on what movie we should do next? Have you had a family movie night recently? I'd love to hear about it if you have!