May 11, 2011

A little girls birthday party

I've been meaning to post this up for a while now... since beginning of April actually!
I finally get a chance to. I had to wait to get the pictures from my lovely sister who also has a blog glorious daisies and was the photographer of this party. I give her credit. She is awesome!!
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This was my sister-in-laws 5 year old daughter Isabella's birthday party that I decorated.
I was so thrilled to help decorate because this is where my creativity came in use!!
 I really enjoyed making the tissue pom poms.
This adorable frame tea set was found at an Antique shop.
It was so darling and fit the occasion so well!
Wasn't the cake just adorable~
I had lots of fun creating the happy birthday banner and the garland which is made out of stained coffee filters, paper, ribbons, lace, and cup cake wrappers. I used a cricut machine to cut the happy birthday letters.
The sweet princess admiring her sweets!
I went outside and cut some cherry blossom branches to use as decor.
Every event (even a little girls birthday party) needs real flowers!
It was my first time but I made these yummy chocolate candy balls. Kids loved them!
I developed pictures of the birthday girl and re-arranged frames on the wall as part of the decor.
Its always fun working with tissue!! including ceiling decor!
Decorated the chandelier with some ribbons.
There can't be a party without a candy station of course!
Another handmade garland up close. This one had paper doilies, cupcake wrappers, ribbions, pink fabric peonies.
Sweet Treats up close~
I really enjoy decorating birthday parties!
They are so much fun.
Check out my sons first birthday party here.
Have a Lovely Thursday~

16 comments:

sherri lynn said...

beautiful pictures!

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The Little Flapper said...

What a sweet birthday party. So many ideas <3

Michal said...

So happy to happen upon your blog! I love pretty vintage things and party planning! I have two little boys so most of our parties are not so frilly...but still fun! If you visit my blog http://housewifeadventures-michal.blogspot.com/ there is a tab up top for party ideas. Also you would probably love the vintage photography my friend April does: http://aprilmaecreative.com/ I wish I knew how to add the link like you did where it's just higlighted. Nice and neat.

jemmalouise said...

WOW.
These are so pretty, I wish I could do all of this for somone ( or have it done for me)
all the tissue decorations look super cute, as does the general surroundings, and ofcourse the food.
Yummy

x

Crystal said...

Really cute. How did you get the poms to float on walls and in corners like that? I make these but have to hang them from the ceiling gtom twine with tape. I like your way.

Stephanie said...

What a sweet, beautiful party! Gorgeous pictures!

Karin said...

Amazing job!! The cake is incredible, what a beautiful party.

Amber Blue Bird said...

wow this is adorable! I would love to decorate this way for my party :) PS I love her dress

Kelley @ Kelley Maria said...

You did a beautiful job! I love all of the tissue pom poms and garland!

Tereza said...

everything looks so cute! She must have been one happy little girl!

sherri lynn said...

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OneCraftyFox said...

This is totally fit for a princess-in-training!! You did an awesome job, those buntings are fabulous. I'd like one at my next birthday party please :) lol

Ana F said...

This looks SO pretty! I love how you used cherry blossoms! They are def one of my faves!

xoxo, Ana
My (Newly)Wed Life

Michelle said...

The colors are perfect and it looks like so much fun! Great job!!!

Vicky Kaz said...

You did an amazing job! Very creative!

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Swirls of Happy said...

Sensational!!!!!