Party Recap

My daughter Ava had been looking at the American Girl catalog for months, specifically the Bitty Baby doll section. She had been asking for a Bitty Baby doll of her own to hold. I had also found adorable scrapbook paper by Colorbok (Baby Bella collection), with baby buggies, baby shoes and dresses on it in the colors of magenta, lime and orange, and loved the Kate's ABC's Cricut Cartridge and decided to combine the 3 things together and have a Bitty B-day on her actual birthday. And of course she recieved the much wanted Bitty Baby doll as her gift from us!


Party Highlights

  • What People Ate

    Dinner of pasta, with chicken, peppers, mushrooms and black olives, italian bread, and salad.

  • What People Drank

    Orange Soda

  • Best Moment

    When Ava opened her Bitty Baby doll, it is a moment I will never forget the look on her face and how excited she was! As soon as she saw the baby doll face peeking through the window of the box she just shrieked "baby doll want to hold it!" Even though she is only 2 she was definately dreaming of getting this doll for her birthday gift, the moment was priceless!

  • Funniest Moment

    When her big sister tried to take her new Bitty Baby stroller for a spin around the room, it was not happening, the birthday girl wanted it all to herself, and her big sister saying "well I just wanted to take my doll for a quick ride, I'll have to get it when she is not looking!"

  • Most Touching Moment

    When Ava saw her Bitty B-day for the first time, she was so cute and wanted to get right into the candy of course. And her big sisters and cousin rushing to give her birthday hugs.

  • Best Dressed

    Birthday girl of course!

  • Desserts

    Various candy, and orange soda pop cake made by Ava's Grammary who was here from Florida to help us celebrate!

  • Party Favors

    Bitty Baby lollipops, various types of candy in little nut cups, bubbles, mini gumball machines.

  • Budget

    About $25-$30


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