Thursday, March 29, 2012

Autumn's Extravaganza Party

This was one of my FAVORITE parties that I have ever been apart of.  We couldn't have asked for a more beautiful day, the most amazing people and SO much fun for all the kids!!  I just adored this party. The kids played with batoons that lite up, batoons that had twirl ribbon, hoola-hoops, jump ropes, balloons, fun mask and glasses to wear--all while listening to circus music.  They played musical chairs and had a parade.
 We had 2 tall amazing cakes and sweet beautiful cupcakes.  The kids ate corndogs, circus pasta, cotton candy, pixie sticks, and of course peanuts. 
All party decorations can be found at www.monkeymoomoo.etsy.com or find us on facebook.
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                                                                         The Invite
                                                                     The Dessert Table
                                                                       The Birthday Girl

                                                                              Inside the Big Top

                                                                                The Cakes.

                                                
                                        Blowing out the candles

Step right up

the cupcakes and special birthday present
the table


Pick A Stick
the Big Top





Thank you so much for taking the time to join us under the Big Top:)

4 comments:

  1. I just loved what you did with this party for my Glammie Girl ! It's all so whimsical and almost dream like. You are so talented and smart !
    love you both,
    Glammie

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  2. Absolute perfection!!!!

    What a dream party for a little girl!

    Jenn Koehler

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  3. Thanks Jenn:):) You are to sweet!!!;)

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  4. I love this theme and I am thinking of doing it on a smaller scale for my daughter this year. I really liked the shirt on the bday girl too. Can you tell me where that came from? Thanks!

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