Real Parties ~ Zebra 1st Birthday Party

7 Dec

Kyla’s 1st Birthday turned out fabulously. Her Mom Trisha did such a great job on this party and I had so much fun helping her. Trisha chose the Zebra print and pink to be the theme. It turned out great. The printable package we found on Etsy by, Allison Powell Designs was perfect for the party. The banner, invitations, thank you cards, cupcake toppers, tags, and so much more was provided with the package. We arranged tissue paper poms throughout the house and coordinating balloons.

Party Favor Station: Candy, cookies and baby snacks for each guest to choose from. The kids filled their bags and tied them with the cute “Thank You” from Kyla.

The custom made zebra and pink Kyla cookies were ordered from TRbrown. They were yummy!

The “Thank You” tags were part of the printable package we ordered. I printed the tags and applied a grommet to the corner for the ribbon.

Cake and Cupcake table.

Pink Velvet cupcakes by Clementine Cupcakes.

Cupcake toppers I put together from the printable package.

The birthday girl with her big brother. She was sharing her cake with him. So sweet!

Kyla and her adorable Birthday outfit from, ladybugtutus on Etsy.

The smash cake was rather large. Large enough to actually feed 50 people. 😉 Kyla made a dent and it was adorable watching her eat her cake.

Happy 1st Birthday Kyla!

xoxo

~Steph~

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4 Responses to “Real Parties ~ Zebra 1st Birthday Party”

  1. Trisha December 7, 2010 at 12:31 pm #

    Thanks for all of your help Stephanie – it was a wonderful party!

  2. Ari December 7, 2010 at 2:48 pm #

    So great to see how it all came together. Looks like fun!

  3. Cortney December 9, 2010 at 8:49 pm #

    WOW!!!! Everything looks SO GREAT!!!! What a fabulous job! Kyla looked adorable and stylish of course!!!! The youngest “fashionista” I know!!!!

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