Ruffles and Roses Second Birthday Party!

Ruffles and Roses Girl Birthday Party

Reader Emily Felts was inspired by all things GIRLY + PINK for her daughter’s “Ruffles & Roses 2nd Birthday Party“. Being girly girls ourselves, this is right up our alley. We’re smitten! The rosette hanging poms are absolutely darling and a nice twist to the common tissue paper pom-poms. I also love the pink roses. My Mom always incorporated baby pink roses into my own birthday parties growing up – such a sweet addition! And check out that darling ruffle cake? It has it’s own bunting banner – super cute! Check out more pictures…Ruffles and Roses Girl Birthday Party 2Ruffles and Roses Girl Birthday Party 3Ruffles and Roses Girl Birthday Party 4Ruffles and Roses Girl Birthday Party 5Ruffles and Roses Girl Birthday Party 6Ruffles and Roses Girl Birthday Party 7Ruffles and Roses Girl Birthday Party 8Ruffles and Roses Girl Birthday Party 9

ROSE POMANDER BALLS
Emily used pink streamer paper to make individual paper roses to glue onto 8″ styrofoam balls creating rose pomanders. The white poms are made out of baking cups pinned onto styrofoam balls. How clever is that?! What a neat DIY element!

SWEETS TABLE
She served cake pops, cupcakes, sugar cookies and a ruffle buttercream cake.  The cupcake pedestals are made out of wood rounds glued to short wood candlesticks, both found at a local craft store.

DARLING DECOR
“The accordion banner with my daughter’s name was made out of pages from an antique book.  I love the distressed colors of the book’s pages.  Favor bags were held together with small white doilies and homemade barrettes.” – Emily Felts

SAVORY EATS
For the savory foods, Emily served mini chicken salad croissants, individual fruit and yogurt parfaits, and turkey and cheese sandwiches served in individual mini lunch boxes! Mini mason jars were used for pink lemonade.  Instead of having the mason jar silver lid, she replaced it with a piece of pink laminated paper and punched a small hole through the top for a straw – these were a hit!

 

Comments

  1. 1

    So pretty and creative. Love the flower poms and the mini cupcake stands.

  2. 2

    Beautiful! And I love the theme and all the thoughtful touches. Emily is very talented.

  3. 3

    What an adorable sweet party! Love lace!

  4. 4

    The Kraft gable boxes and paper lunch sacks mixed with the lace and pink is simply sweet!

  5. 5

    How to make rosette poms

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