Sunday, February 13, 2011

lucy turns 1

Lucy girl had an amazing 1st Birthday party yesterday! I had so much fun planning and putting it together for her. She had a great time partying it up with her family and friends and I think a good time was had by all. The party had a home made shabby chic ultra girly feel. 



homemade french vanilla smash cake with tiny bunting on skewers





handmade birthday bunting hung on the mirror- i used scrapbook paper to make it



a painters drop cloth from Sherwin Williams served as the perfect table covering



i utilized a lot of my antique jars and china on the tablescape



l-o-v-e the wilton ruffle cupcake wrappers



Lucy loved everyone singing to her



the red velvet cupcakes were a hit!



after a little coaxing Lucy finally got into her cake



i made her tutu to match the light pink and teal blue color scheme



time for an outfit change



to my delight she left that hat on for a good while- she didn't really seem to care



lots of fun birthday cards and presents









I made a little timeline in the hall by cutting out pictures of Lucy's first year. I glued them into coffee filters that I dip died with food coloring.


we sent our guests home with some home made sugar cookies. we had been saving her formula cans for months to have the right amount. 



the birthday girl had a blast!


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9 comments:

  1. It is so seriously gorgeous Sarah! You outdid yourself. I bet you were exhausted when it was all over. Your Lucy looks like a little princess!

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  2. Very, very cute! Absolutely love that timeline!

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  3. sweet! So much of love put into the party!

    check out the silhoutte t-shirt giveaway for kids on my blog. The t-shirt would look adorable on her.
    http://houseonashwelllane.blogspot.com/2011/02/whimsical-fairy-silhouette-t-shirt.html

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  4. What an absolutely charming little birthday party and birthday girl! So sweet! Such a dreamy little girls party- with lots of frou frou and love! Following you along- Thanks for sharing at Feathered Nest Friday!

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  5. What a darling party and love your use of Mason Jars

    Lezlee

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  6. This was an adorable party....she is beautiful and I love the theme. I used my daughter's formula cans for projects too, theyre great!

    Happy Birthday to little Lucy!


    MJ
    Lucky 7 Design

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  7. Happy Birthday, Lucy! What a fun party. So much girly fun! Visiting from the Block party.
    ~ Julie

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