Sunday, June 24, 2012

A Ballerina Party for Annabelle's 4th Birthday

My little princess turned 4 in May and upon her request we had a sweet Ballerina Party lunch! Thankfully Maggie Russo was there to capture all of the details for me!

 I will start with the favors. This party had a whole wall of them! The girls were pampered with tutus, pearls, flower hair clips, bracelets, ballerina soaps and sparkly rings. It was lots of fun for them!

Find the invite and party papers in my shop www.homespunhostess.com
 



We can't forget about the boys! My friend and I got together and made bow ties for all of the boys. They were placed on little kraft boxes that each had a chocolate cigar and stick on mustaches.



We served a light lunch of sandwiches, salads and pink lemonade!


And on to dessert....all of the desserts were made by my very talented sister!
They looked and AMAZING!!


Look at this gorgeous cake! I topped it with a vintage porcelain ballerina from Annabelle's room.



My favorite dessert were these gorgeous cupcakes!



Me with my Sweet Girl

Happy Birthday Sweet Annabelle!






It was a fun party on a gorgeous day!

31 comments:

  1. This is such a beautiful party! I'm in love with the gorgeous cake and vintage ballerina topper. I just shared on Facebook, hope that's okay!

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  2. So wonderful friend! Every.single.detail! muah!!!

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  3. I love this theme, it is so dreamy! What a beautiful party and photographs. I have two boys...no tutu's here.

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    1. Jodi, I had two boys before this princess came along....that might explain some of my craziness!

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  4. This is all so perfect!!!!!! My daughter is a dancer, wow....love it.

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  5. This is a very beautiful party! I bet the birthday girl felt very special!

    Question for you, I love the salad bowls that you used. Can you share where you found them? I am planning a bridal shower for my sister in August and these would be perfect.

    Thank you so much!

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    1. The bowls were bought over the last year (one at a time) at TJ Max and Marshalls. Homegoods also has often has them.

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  6. Beautiful!! I pinned this on Pinterest, I hope you don't mind. New traffic for your blog. Absolutly great job!!

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  7. Visiting you from Destiny's from A Place for Us....This is a beautiful party. You are very talented!! Thanks for sharing. :)

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  9. I love love love this! Do you have a source for the paper products?

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  10. LOVE this! Where can I find the labels/paper products?

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    1. Thank you so much! All in my shop www.homespunhostess.com

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  11. I love love love this! Do you have a source for the paper products?

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  12. How do I find labels/paper products to purchase like the ones in these pictures?

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    1. email me at homespunhostess@gmail.com. I have not had a chance to list this in my shop yet but I can set up a custom listing for you. Thanks!

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  13. Hi,

    I am new to your blog and love it! Your party is just precious and so magical for your darling little b'day girl. My daughter will be 10 in August and is a budding young ballerina--she adores all the sweet details you posted. She is having a ballerina party as well---thank you for sharing and inspiring.

    Debra

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    1. Thanks Debra! I am glad that this inspired you!

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  14. I just can't stop looking at your party--it is truly magical. I adore your topper and would love something similar for my daughter. Do you happen to know where I can purchase one?

    Thank you so much,

    Debra
    dgallegos@mjwomack.com

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    1. Thank you so much! Mine was from a flea market. I bet if you shopped antique shops (or EBAY/ETSY) you could find something like it. It is a vintage ballerina porcelain figurine.

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  15. Unbelievably crazy fabulous! All I can say is WOW!

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  16. Hi. I'm planning a ballerina party for my daughter. Can you tell me where you found the pearls? I'd like to find some inexpensive strands for the girls. Thanks!

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    1. the pearls were purchased in bulk on Amazon. They were very inexpensive.

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  17. This ballerina party is absolutely dreamy! I love the pastel tones, and the desserts just look amazing. I'm sure your daughter loved every tiny detail :-)

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