If there’s a Party Theme that guarantees a fun time it must be the Carnival Birthday Party! The decor is colorful and joyful, the food is yummy and the games are always a favorite among the kids.
Today, I’m sharing my niece’s Isabella Carnival Birthday Party! Isabella’s Birthdays are always colorful and a lot of fun. Remember her Mexican Fiesta Party? Isabella wanted a fun birthday with the traditional Fair Games like Popping Balloons with darts and paint can pyramid knocking, among others. … Read more
Today, we are sharing a submission from Rosanna, who recently celebrated her precious daughter’s 2nd Birthday. Little Rebeca is crazy about Mickey, so red, yellow, black and lots of polka dots were an important part of the adorable decor.
We loved the Mickey Mouse Cake; it is so fun and cute! We also liked Rosanna’s DIY Happy Birthday sign as the focal point of the table.
Our French Square Milk Bottles were turned into adorable party favors!… Read more
Maggie and I have been working, for some time now, on introducing a brand new Party Theme to the Shop: Pirates! It’s a classic theme and by far one of our all time favorites. And to make the launch of our new Pirate Collection even sweeter we are showing you today an adorable Pirate Ship DIY.
You’ll need: Black and White Polka Dot Petite Cups, Cake Pops, Jute Rope, Cello Paper, Bamboo Skewer, Foam Cube, Black Scrapbook Paper, White Paper, Stickers and Scissors.… Read more
My fabulous friend Albertina of Mimosa Lane recently celebrated her sweet daughter’s 6th birthday. I was very intrigued by the unique theme of the party: Kokeshi Dolls, Japanese friendship dolls. Only a creative mind like Albertina’s would come up with such a charming yet creative theme!
I was thrilled with the DIY Flower lanterns she created for the occasion. She combined our Paper Lanterns with our Belle Petite Blossom Cups. … Read more
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A great way to mark the end of summer and welcome a the new school season is to throw a Back to school Party, and a must have element for your dessert table is an Apple arrangement.
I made the cutest Apple Cake Balls following the instructions at the Fabulous Bakerella, here. Instead of Cake Pops I wanted Cake Balls so, I simply carefully removed the lollipop sticks from the apples. … Read more
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