I just love simple and sweet birthday party, especially when it’s photographed as beautifully as this candy party from Geneve Hoffman Photography. For her daughter Paige’s second birthday, mom Kelli designed a candy-filled, pastel party, including a photo booth and candy table. But I think you’ll agree – the sweetest thing of all is birthday girl Paige!

Sparkly shoes and a tutu – now that’s outfit that’ll make a birthday girl feel special!

To make your own Dum Dum lollipop topiary, check out the great tutorial at Meet the Dubiens.

Lengths of pink ribbon were hung from the back of Paige’s chair. So easy, and so pretty.

Candy necklaces were strung together to make a garland for the candy table.

This is how every little girl should feel on her birthday, don’t you think? : )

The photo booth props included crowns and flowers, and photographer Geneve Hoffman shot lovely pictures of the party guests.

What a lovely party – thank you so much for sharing, Kelli! Happy birthday to Paige!

Photography – Geneve Hoffman of Lumina
Styling – Kelli Wholey of Lumina and Lumina Life Portraits
Tutu – G. Willikers, Portsmouth, NH, or available online at little h.
Ribbon wand – G. Willikers, Portsmouth, NH
Shoes – Target
Cake –  Frederick’s Pastry, Amherst, NH
Poms, candy garlands, chair ribbons, and other decor – Homemade
Lollipop topiaries – Homemade (tutorial available at Meet the Dubiens)

Chickabug lollipop theme paper goods & printables

Shop for personalized Lollipop Party theme party paper goods and printables here.
Or, check out more Lollipop Party ideas on Pinterest or here on my blog!


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  1. 1
    Monday, August 20th, 2012 at 12:21 pm
    Amanda Joy says:
    I have thought about doing a candy party, or ice cream party in March for Abbie's 4th birthday. This post is making me lean more toward candy... such cute ideas:)
    • 1.1
      Tuesday, August 21st, 2012 at 12:42 pm
      Heather says:
      Deciding between a candy theme and an ice cream theme is a win-win! ; ) I have lots of ideas for both if you have time to look around!
  2. 2
    Wednesday, January 9th, 2013 at 3:14 pm
    michele says:
    hi, I am planning my sons 1st bday and I am making everything myself. i have a few questions if you dont mind me asking :)

    where did you get the paper shopping bags
    and how did you get the happy birthday sign shape? thank u!!
    • 2.1
      Wednesday, January 9th, 2013 at 7:15 pm
      Heather says:
      Hi Michele! I didn't throw this party so I'm not sure where those two items came from. But, I do know you can find bags like that just about anywhere!