Nora Lea turned three and we threw a sweet, sweet party.
Ate pink cupcakes and pink donuts.
Poured bubbles into our pink strawberry juice.
Had a twirl off.
Ate the egg casserole.
Sausage, bacon, pink lollipops.
Yoda, Santa, Baby Jesus.
It was so sweet to see our serious girl, our little thinker spend a few hours grinning.
Like, grin wandering.
We threw her party in the morning, from 9:30am until 12:30pm.
It was the perfect time to host a breakfast party.
My decorating budget was $50. I think I did all right.
1. Roll of pink tablecloth.
This was great for covering a long line of park tablecloths. I mean, who knows how big a park table is anyway?
2. White butterfly clips.
We made a birch branch tree by putting branches in a large glass vase. I attached these butterfly clips and the tiny gift bags (3) to the branches.
3. Tiny pink gift bags.
I thought I’d ordered regular sized ones, so when these mini-minis showed up, we giggled. I mean, really, truly tiny. So we went with it, tucking one truffle into each one and hanging them from the birch branch tree.
4. Pink lollipops.
These tasted better than I thought they would, and the girls looked adorable whilst eating them.
5. Magic princess wands.
For battling your sister, of course.
The big thing was the cupcakes, I’ll post that recipe on Thursday.