Monday, May 14, 2012

{keniston's 1st birthday party} - cute as a button

Whew!!! It's over. All the planning and creating for Keniston's birthday party is finally come to a close. I love seeing it all come together. All the little details that I stressed over. The photobooth was a huge hit....now I think every party should have a photobooth!! ;) At the end of this post I will list all the vendors that I used to make the party a suceess. If you have any questions about any of it, please email me and let me know. Enjoy!!

***UPDATE: keniston's party was feature on the Hostess with the Mostess blog. I'm so excited!!




















 


Frames- Wild Sorbet Frame Company
Cake-Susan Jackson
Button Cookies- Paradise Sweets
Photobooth Props- Party Goodies
Tableware and Balloons- Sweet Lulu

12 comments:

  1. Jessica from Pen N' Paperflowers here...This party turned out absolutely adorable! Love the Wild Sorbet Frame used for the photo booth..super cute!! I'm smitten by all of the details...including the cute, cute invitation, your beautiful birthday girl, the "button" drinking straw tags, the fabric banners...everything. The photo at the end is priceless!!! I also love what you did with The Pastry Pedestal™...creating a homemade platform!! Brilliant!!

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  2. This is soo cute. Love the theme and all of the details. Found your blog from Kara's Party Ideas. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  3. Where did you find the bunting for the Highchair??

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  4. love ALL the details!! did you make the garland, bunting and fabric flowers?

    And where oh where did that darling button tank top for the birthday girl come from?

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  5. Adorable party! Where did you find your daughter's button tank top? Ditto the question about the garland, bunting and fabric flowers. Great job, and congrats on the HWTM feature!!

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  6. thanks everyone! i really appreciate anyone who takes the time to view the party!!
    *bunting for the highchair-I made it from scrap fabric and wooden banner pieces I ordered from pickyourplum.com
    *i did made all the garland, bunting and fabric flowers myself to save money. :)
    *the button top was another money saver. i bought a cheap plain cotton dress from hobby lobby then just sewed on the buttons and the embellishments on the bottom. super simple and CHEAP!

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  7. Very impressive! You can totally sell those dresses w/ buttons. Open an Etsy shop! :) So....how much did you spend on buttons? Did you find them somewhere in bulk? I'm planning a Lalaloopsy party for my daughter, and the volume of buttons I think I'll need is quite intimidating. :)

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  8. Very cute! where did you get the invitations from?

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  9. Awesome party! Where can I order the large buttons on the wall?

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  10. awesome party!! can i ask where the high chair is from.. looking for the same exact thing.. pink and vintage! thannk you!

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  11. I'm dying to know where you sourced the giant plastic buttons that were on the wall from - I've been trying to source some.

    Sheree
    www.seaweedandraine.com

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  12. Where did you find the invitations?

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