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There’s nothing quite as sweet as an all-pink first birthday party for a little girl! After going back and forth on what theme to choose, my sweet customer Lisa chose a Sweet Shoppe theme for her baby Aubrey’s first birthday and went all-out with pink details.
Lisa displayed Aubrey’s invitation in an ornate white frame.
I’m officially obsessed by this tissue tassel garland from The Flair Exchange!
The pink and white party poms were homemade.
The flower cupcake centerpieces were made using a tutorial on HowDoesShe.
I love the casual style of this chalkboard menu!
The adorable little cake bunting was homemade.
Lisa cut out some of her printable buffet cards to create extra-fancy labels for some of her jars.
The “make your own ice cream sundae” bar had a little of everything – cherries, sprinkles, peanuts, and cookie crumbs, plus chocolate, caramel, and strawberry syrups.
The syrups take on a vintage look when they’re poured into Ball jars.
This is a cute idea – in addition to the round printable cupcake toppers, Lisa also cut out a buffet card and used it to label the cupcakes.
Polka-dotted ribbon accents the vintage straw container and punch server.
Mini bottles of water were decorated with custom waterproof labels.
Aubrey’s high chair tutu was from Chic Baby Rose, and the pink polka dot balloons were from Amazon. To make the giant “lollipops” that lined the walkways, Lisa spray painted wooden poles, attached balloons wrapped in cellophane paper, and added ribbons.
Thanks so much for sharing, Lisa! Happy first birthday to Aubrey!