I am constantly amazed by the creativity and hard work that parents (moms, especially) are able and willing to put into throwing their kids the most amazing, fun, and beautiful birthday party celebrations. It's even better when I get asked to help make some of the amazing paper products that tie the party together.
Yesterday, my dear friend Laura hosted this super cute Hoppy Birthday Party for her two kids. I don't think I've ever seen Charlotte so excited at a birthday party before! There were bunny tails, bubbles, Easter eggs...everything was beyond adorable and kid friendly. Here are all the details...
Banner. Laura hung this bright and spring-y "Hoppy Birthday" banner right at the entrance of the community center to welcome the guests. I cut the banner pennants to look like eggs to echo the Easter theme.
|Supplies: Patterned Paper (We R Memory Keepers - Hippity Hop); Ribbon (American Crafts); Cricut (Create a Critter); Font (Elephants in Cherry Trees).|
Laura also made this adorable photo banner that strung across the counter with the "adult" favors.
Table Decorations. Laura put together these vases filled with jelly beans, peeps and marshmallows to decorate the tables throughout the community center.
She also printed and framed this Easter subway art print from eighteen25.
Food. Sugar galore! There was bunny themed food everywhere and it was delicious! Charlotte especially loved the bunny bait (which kept her so quiet I got a bit worried for just a second). I also made the food labels by hand stamping and coloring these adorable bunny stamps on white cardstock and mounting them on patterned paper.
|Supplies for Food Labels: Patterned Paper (We R Memory Keepers - Hippity Hop); Cardstock (American Crafts); Stamps (a muse, Lawn Fawn); Other (We R Memory Keepers Corner Chomper, Copic Markers).|
|This cake was delicious - a classic chocolate and vanilla cake from Katrina's Bakery in downtown Newport, RI.|
|Laura made these cute utensil rolls. Just brilliant!!|
Favors. There were favors for both the adults and children. Adults got bottles of local Delaware beer adorned with some favor tags I made using Photoshop and my trusty Silhouette Cameo. The kids got bags filled with pinwheels, sunglasses and other goodies that they also used to fill with Easter eggs later during the party.
Supplies for Favor Tags: Patterned Paper (We R Memory Keepers - Hippity Hop); Digital Files (Bunny Silhouette - Lettering Delights, Font - Bosshole).
I also made these bunny ear props that the kids played with while running around outside. SO CUTE!!!
Supplies for Bunny Ears: Cardstock (American Crafts, Core'd'nations, Martha Stewart); Digital Files (Lettering Delights).
Laura also created these adorable carrot party hats and bunny tails. I nearly died watching all the kids run around while wagging those cotton tails!
Activities. The kids were busy the entire party blowing bubbles, searching for Easter eggs, beating up all the dads...
Birthday Boy and Girl. And to end this post, here's a photo of the perfect birthday girl and boy.
Laura, thank you so much for letting me be a part of this special celebration!!! And to everyone else, as always, thanks for stopping by!
Project 100 Update: 92 down (I'm counting all the projects I made for the party as 12), 8 to go.