This darling VINTAGE YELLOW AND BLUE FIRST BIRTHDAY PARTY was submitted by Natasha Prestidge of Visionary Weddings and Events.
What a fabulous first birthday party. I love the soft blue and yellow colors; they compliment each other so well and look so great with the Vintage Theme. I especially love all of the darling printables, they couldn’t get any cuter! There are so many ideas in this party that would be perfect for a birthday party or baby shower.
Akrivi said this about planning the party- “My sister approached me a few months back and asked if I could plan my Nephews Baptism. She wanted the dessert and lolly table, created by me. She was on a budget. That was her only rule. The rest I had total control of (LOL). Having only done this a few times over the last year I couldn’t say no. So I decided to go with the ever so popular little blue elephant. It was a huge hit and everyone loved not only the buffet but the entire themed event. At the end of the function, guests filled their favour bags with lots of lollies and a gorgeous biscuit, made by the lovely godmother Jodi
Thank you so much to the amazing Aimee at @My Little Sunshine Cakes, your Ruffle Cake was amazing, as were you white truffles, cupcakes and biscuits.”
Ruffle Cake, white truffles, cupcakes and biscuits- Aimee at My Little Sunshine Cakes
Mini iced blue donuts- Donut King Rowville
Lollies- purchased from The Professors Online Lolly Shop
Concept, Styling and Printables- Party Printables By Akrivi
How precious is this RUBBER DUCKY YELLOW & BLUE FIRST BIRTHDAY PARTY submitted by Marina Guimarães of Marina Guimaraes Papelaria?! I adore the little yellow ducks “floating” on top of the blue parfait dessert! The rubber ducky in the punch bowl couldn’t be cuter, too! Such a cute party with a lot of darling ideas. This theme would be perfect for a baby shower, too!
Marina said- “This was Catarina’s 1st birthday. Catarina’s mom loves yellow so she chose the rubber duck theme. The party was decorated in blue and yellow, hydrangeas and daisies, rubber ducks floating in aquariums and more. Ducks were everywhere!”
Vendors and Credits:
Decoration and Stationery- Marina Guimaraes Papelaria
Photography- Ana Paula Batista
Catering- Quitanda Facil
Cake and cupcakes: Tininha Souza
I fell in love with this beautiful TIFFANY INSPIRED HOUSE WARMING PARTY sent in by Daisy Kelvin of Leo & Bella. I mean, how cute are those delicate tiffany blue cupcakes and skeleton key cookies?!
Daisy said– “Here is my tiffany inspired housewarming party for a girl’s new bachelorette pad. She requested something feminine & elegant and the first thing that pop into my mind was blue, white and black an inspiration drawn from a stationery set by Polkadot Prints that I fell in love with.
I decided to use all clear jars, cake stands and vessels to bring a little vintage into the table as most of the pieces on the table are antique which also complements the mirrored buffet that we sat the dessert table on.
Guest were served champagne and desserts. We had cake pops, mini lemon meringue, banana cupcakes and the yummiest Panna Cotta by Helen of Kiss My Cakes. Also on the table we had the ‘Bastille’ Moët & Chandon + Black Current macaroons in white and a Violet and Blueberry baby blue macaroon from Melbourne’s cutest macaroon vendor La Belle Miette. We have 2 candy jars filled with orange blossom and vanilla Persian Fairy Floss and 2 jars of white chocolate macadamias. The gorgeous Noo from Dessert Menu, Please created the cutest Tiffany key cookies on the table and smaller ones filled in mini apothecary jars as a take home gift.”
Stylist: Leo & Bella
Printables: Polkadot Prints
Cupcakes & Desserts: Kiss My Cakes
Cookies: Dessert Menu, Please
Macaroons: La Belle Miette
Photography: Jess, White Sparks Photography
A friend is throwing a bridal shower for her husband's sister (the bride's brother/my friend's husband will be the "Man" of Honor). The bride loves blue, so a "something blue" theme could work nicely!
Add some blue to these sweet invites:
The decor– lots of blue! Blue straws, blue cones, blue boxes and blue puffs for days!
Give or have guests make blue flower pins, that they may be able to re-use for the wedding!
This bride is a teacher, so my friend thought a game of mad libs would be fun– have guests leave wishes for couple, or game that tells the story of the couple.
Or go out all out with the paper games, and do a he-said-she-said game with paper covered pencils.
Could be a cute afternoon! What do you think?
Until Next Week! xoxo EventLucky
On Tuesday, October 12, 2010 – World Arthritis Day, I’ll be wearing blue to show my support for the Arthritis Foundation and individuals living with arthritis, especially children. You see my 12-year-old son was diagnosed with Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis when he was just five, so it’s a special cause close to my heart. Please join me and show your support as well and Do Blue too!
Do you tweet as well? Please spread the word and join the Arthritis Foundation’s Twitter Party on October 12th as well from 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. EST. Use #arthritisday to participate!