Alice's 1st Birthday

I was thrilled when Jen asked me to create an invitation for Alice's first birthday, everyone calls her Allie Mae. She was having an Alice in Wonderland themed party and it was so much fun to work on graphics for her big day.

Here's the invitation:

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At the party, Jen set up plain donuts and lots of glazes and toppings so everyone could decorate their own. It was SO much fun, my boys had a blast decorating their own. 

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Jen made Mad Hatter hats for eveyrone with plastic headbands and paper cups. They turned out SO fun!

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It was such a fun party, thanks you so much for inviting us Jen, and happy birthday Allie Mae!

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Addyson's First Birthday

Addyson's grandma, Betty contacted me to create a birthday invitation for her first birthday. Betty loved the Alice in Winter Wonderland invitation I created for Georgia a while back. So we took the same stacked teacups graphic and changed them to match the style that Addyson's mom and grandma were planning for her birthday... specifically these paper plates and balloons they had found on a party supply website: 

From there I used similar patterns and the same color scheme to create Addyson's birthday invitations:

After the invitation was completed we got to work on a few fun items to make Addyson's party even more festive. 

We created cupcake toppers, food labels, a pennant banner and fun clock designs that they cut out and hung from the ceiling.

We also made a fun high chair banner for Addyson.

This was such a fun party to work on. Happiest of birthdays Addyson!

Georgia's First Birthday

When Georgia's mom Sarah explained that she wanted to do an Alice in Wonderland theme for her daughter's first birthday, we spent some time brainstorming how it was going to work. Georgia's birthday is in the middle of winter and they live in Canada, where they have REAL winter. 

From there it became and Alice in WINTER Wonderland theme and we had a blast with it.

Invitation:

We also created little tags and sign for just about everything at Georgia's party. Sarah set up a hot chocolate buffet with snacks.

Guests were asked to write some well wishes and "growing up" advice on a card and put it inside the teapot. It was packed away for Georgia to read on her 18th birthday.

Yummy candy buffet favors.

Happy Birthday Georgia!!!