Here is the simple table runner I made---pages of an old Clifford phonics book taped together. Some of my son's favorite books served as decor on the food table.
Water bottles had book page wrappers (this was from a Corduroy book).
The highlight of the party had to be the inflatable bookworm! He was around $10 from Oriental Trading Company and was the BEST ten bucks I spent on this party! I envisioned him just as a photo prop for kids to stand next to, but they really enjoyed carrying it around all over the room!
My Birthday Boy's shirt says "Little Bookworm" and is from this etsy shop.
Cake & Food. I decided to save money and make the cake myself. I did strawberry jell-o poke cupcakes with sprinkles on top. The adorable cupcake toppers came from this etsy shop.
The rest of our food was simple for an early lunch. Mini ham & cheese sandwiches, fruit, pretzels, and cucumber slices.
Invitations. Well. I took a picture and can't find it now. I wrote "Our Little Bookworm Is Turning 2!" and then the party details. I used library cards and envelopes and they looked VERY similar to this idea that I had on pinterest:
My library cards came from this shop on etsy.
Party Favors. Each child got a book...big surprise, ha! I wrapped them and handed them out while the Birthday Boy was opening his gifts. That way the other kids would kind of have something to do. You can also hand out baggies of gummy worms "bookworms," but I worried about choking with this age group, so we just stuck with the books.
Since the little attendees were all in the 2yr old age range, we didn't do a lot of structure. I had a bean bag toss library game set up and a bookmark making station. The bean bag game was a clearance find from Oriental Trading Company.
The perk of a book themed party is that everyone knows the honoree must like books! Our guy got a lot of great ones! He loves this Little People flap book from his great grandma.