This pink prima ballerina performance incorporated tulle to represent the pink that little ballet princesses wear throughout the tables and decor and features dyed pink bread.
Sophie’s always loved trains – the rumble of the tracks, the whistle, the cars racing by – she loves them! It was the perfect way for passengers to get ready to board Sophie’s express train birthday party!
A garden theme with lots of handcrafted details in the decorations and sweets. Pink cut out butterflies danced overhead and fluttered in fondant around the birthday girl’s cake.
The underlying theme for this birthday party was “Lena’s favorite things”. Mom Shannon Kelley put all things pretty in pink that her daughter loved into the day.
Talia loves jewel tones It’s kind of my thing…even in my personal “life palette.” I knew I wanted purple and decided to experiment with some fabric and tie-dye
I really love the silhouette trend right now so I was thrilled with Grace’s prom party theme. I ran with that as part of the inspiration for the party as well as incorporating disco balls and the “enchanted” theme.
For her daughter’s fifth birthday party, Jenny set out creating a nature-inspired party full of little birds in the most darling barn, absolutely perfect for an owl party.
Kallie started planning several months in advance for this pink owl birthday party. Kallie started with the color scheme for the party and decided a character was needed.
Sarah Chen wanted her daughter Ellie’s first birthday party to be a pink Anthropologie themed Korean Dohl party.