Sunday, January 2, 2011

Chloe's Winter Wonderland! Part One

When we visited Washington for Christmas, we decided to have a small birthday party for my daughter, Chloe with our family from Spokane. My daughter was born on December 28th, 2009. With her birthday being so close to Christmas, we decided that a winter theme would be fun! It was perfect because in Spokane, Washington it was snowing! It was truely a winter wonderland. Since she was turning one, we decided to change the wording to "ONEderland". I designed some printable cupcake toppers, table tents, and a welcome sign for the party. I created a snowgirl graphic with a party hat! It was super cute.
We kept it simple, cupcakes, candy and some lemonade! For the meal, we ate pizza :)

My mom used to own an antique shop when I was little and  has been collecting over the past 15 years. I wanted to use some of her vintage/new winter trees for the table design. The silver trees went nice with the baby pink and blue snowgirl printables.

We had a fantastic time! Chloe got to try a chocolate and vanilla cupcake! Her printable Winter ONEderland decor will be available on our Etsy shop later this week!


We used some snowman cups, plates and napkins from Yokes Grocery.


Pink Winter Lemonade in  pretty punch bowl.

We bought a cricut cartridge that creates 3-D snowflakes. We laid them on the table.

We found peppermint candy corn. The sign says snowball candies, because I was looking for strawberry whoppers, but they were all out.


The birthday girl and I.

We cut her name with the cricut to hang from the chandelier above the table.

Our cupcake toppers made the table look extra cute! The kids loved them!


We found these snowman Martha Stewart favor boxes at Michaels! So cute!


Look at that tall vintage tree! I love it!

Along with the invitation, I made a cute thank you card to match!


Welcome sign.


My mom had some adorable vintage floral frogs that were made out of glass. They were used for floral displays back in the day. For Chloe's winter birthday, I put candy canes in them for a cute display!



The toppers!


Another cute candy cane display.







Simple pink frosted cupcakes were a hit with the kiddos!

We had a blast! Thanks for looking! We will post the printables for sale this week!


1 comment:

  1. Cute party. Following your blog now too! http://eeadesign.blogspot.com =)

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