Since Johanna was born, we’ve had a birthday party for her. Planning parties is in my blood! This time sind Johanna actually requested one. She wanted a Princess party! However, we had to go back to the drawing board because her friend had a princess party last year, and I didn’t want to view of their style. So Johanna suggested a Tutu party. How cute is that?! I thought it was a wonderful idea, but questioned what the boys would wear. Then it hit me – a tutu and bowtie party! I asked for her color scheme (she was very specific about which purple and which blue she wanted) and my mind exploded with projects from there.
I love being hands on and creating a much as possible for events. I hope you enjoyed what I came up with a well. Johanna loved it and that leaves me satisfied.
This is probably one thing that I’m most proud of. I made all of the treats, including the cake, jazzed up the balloons, created the poster. Just about everything is dipped in chocolate, yuuumm!I also made the tulle skirt for the table and that my friends was a labor of love!
This was downstairs. Kids were able to create their own crowns, play with their tulle wands, get their face painted, and have fun at the photo booth. I enjoyed making gumball necklaces for them, the tulle wanna, and cute little candy ring boxes filled with candy confetti. Thank you to my silhouette machine for helping me make the diet for the mannequin, and the shirts for Johanna and I!
Thanks to the dollar store, the photobooth area was super easy!
I jazzed up the water bottles and focus boxes, and decorated the jars to put flowers in them. Johanna loves flowers! Shout out to my friend Michelle for cutting the 5 out for me. All I had to do was glitter it.
I upgraded her birthday shoes!