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Gracie in Onederland Party..

Welcome to Gracie in Onederland birthday party! This was created based on the Alice in Wonderland theme, however, mommy has requested for a vintage vibe and for the use of pastel hues, and i must say, it was one pretty direction to take on. We brought in the lace, the pearls, the wood trays and wood stumps for a more vintage feel and yet stayed true to the original Alice in wonderland elements, such as the clocks, the teacups, deck of cards for the confections. I must say the confections do require more detailing, but it was really fun to see at the end.

Happy First birthday Gracie!

Note: Cake is provided by the client

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Chloe’s My Melody Birthday Party

Welcome to Chloe’s My Melody garden party! This party is held at the lawn deck of Marmalade Pantry at the Stables and we utilized the lawn deck area for the dessert table setup and suspended flower balloons for the area. We also had an outdoor portion of it, where a huge bouncy set from Bouncy Castles was placed and 2 picnic tables were set up all pretty for the kids to have their lunch after all the bouncing. The color palette requested by the client was pink, lavender and green, and i thought it was a very refreshing and girlie palette all in one, fitting for a garden party.

Enjoy the pictures! and happy birthday once again Chloe!

My melody cookies

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Baby Elroy’s Peter Rabbit Full month Party!

Hello ..hello, happy Wednesday!

Some of you may already see snippets of this party pictures on our FB page, and here are the details of the party.

Mommy Elaine contacted us for her baby boy’s full month party which falls on the Good Friday, and when we suggested a Peter Rabbit theme, she was on board almost immediately! Yay! And instead of having a lineup of desserts for the table like we normally do, we tweaked the table to be full of goodies that guests can bring home as favors. To make it more unique, we had to ship over a big box of farmers market baskets from the US to act as the to go “box” and added a lil tag with a twine. We sourced candies and chocolates in the greens and light blues hue and created custom labels for the rest of the favors on the table. I think this book, is such a classic tale and almost a household must have for every family with small kids. (That, plus the caterpillar book). We brought in lots of baskets, wood crates, real vegetables and of course, we got to match our cookies with handprinted carrots and lettuce cookies. Yes, it was a very vegetable kinda week for us.

Happy full month baby Elroy!

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Kaylee 2nd Ducky Duck Birthday!

Quack..Quack..Quack….

Today’s posting is based on the famous yellow ducky that almost every kid will have in their bathtub.. Kaylee loves her ducks and the color green, and what better way to celebrate her birthday than to theme it around these two elements. We brought in many rubber ducks on our jelly tops, duck shaped cookies, ducks foam boards, and even personalized hand towels with embroidered duck and Kaylee’s name on it. We also decor the pavilion with strings of tissue garland tassels and groups of paper fans. This set up was done at the pavilion at The Trizon condo and boy, it was so windy up there, that things are literally FLYING! We had to do further reinforcements on all our setup elements, tying or taping them down as much as we can. Wind can be a good thing to have being outdoor, but, o my, it was quite a nightmare to see your cupcakes flying away from the table! After all the hard work, it was after all a pretty lil ducky setup.

Happy 2nd Ducky birthday Kaylee!

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