Selected as Party of the Day on April 6th!

Jake's 2nd Birthday

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Party Recap


Party Highlights

  • Desserts

    The cake was a delicious chocolate cake filled with a coconut condensed milk filling. YUUUUUUMMMMMMM!!!!!

  • Activities / Games

    We had a jumping castle plus lots of toys the kids could play on (slide, mini rollercoaster, cars to drive around in, hula hoops, balls, bubbles, etc.) So much fun!

  • Best Moment

    Jake jumping up and down while everyone was singing Happy Birthday to him.

  • What People Ate

    Lots and lots of sweets of course! I had a table with sandwiches, dips, and sushi. I also had finger foods catered plus hamburgers, hot dogs, and french fries. There was WAY too much food!!

  • What People Drank

    The kids drank juice or water. We had beer, wine, champagne, strawberry lemonade, and softdrinks for the adults.


Party Helpers

  • Frog Prince Paperie


    Paula was absolutely amazing to work with!! She was so dedicated in getting everything 'just right' and perfect for me. I would recommend her over and over and over again! She is so talented! I couldn't believe she was able to make Elmo look so classy!! Thanks Paula!!



  • Jeanette C

    Jeanette C wrote:

    love this...the elmo cake

  • Dalia G

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  • Christina P

    Christina P wrote:

    Adorable from start to finish! Love it!

  • Behar Party Designs *

    Behar Party Designs * wrote:

    This party is outstanding. Was the Elmo face a large icing covered cookie? AWESOME!

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    Cecelia T wrote:

    Thanks for the compliment! No, Elmo's head is not a big cookie, but that is a GREAT idea! His head is actually styrofoam. Too easy!

  • Lakeshia E

    Lakeshia E wrote:

    I love it and could you tell me where you got the elmo cookies from. I'm doing elmo 2#birthday party formy daughter and i would to have these cookies

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    Cecelia T wrote:

    Hi Lakeshia. Thank you for the compliment. I actually made all of the Elmo cookies myself! I bought an Elmo cookie cutter and then used fondant for the face. It was easy but very time-consuming! Good luck with your daughter's party. Elmo is so much fun for that age.

  • Kim W

    Kim W wrote:

    Cecelia, I have a son named Jake that is turning two. Do you have any of your decor left over that you would be willing to sell me? We are doing these exact colors and Elmo. Thanks!

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    Cecelia T wrote:

    Hi Kim, I had Paula from "Frog Prince Paperie" design all of my decor. She is AMAZING!!! I bet she would sell you all of the designs for a discounted price since all the hard work is done. You can have a look at her stuff on or go to her website I cannot recommend Paula enough. She works so hard to make sure everything is perfect. And, unfortunately, I JUST threw out all of the paper globe balls (hanging from the trees) LAST WEEK!!! Argh!! I would have loved to send those to you. It broke my heart to throw them out! All of that hard work!!! Good luck with the party! Elmo is so much fun for a 2 year old!!

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    Kelley K wrote:

    I would like to attempt to make this cake for my son's party. Are the arms and legs just icing coming from the cake?

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    Cecelia T wrote:

    Hi Kelley...yes, the arms and legs are just big blobs of fondant. You could actually use leftover cake as well. Good luck! Also...just a little tip...the bottom layer and Elmo's head are styrofoam so I was able to make them in advance.

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    Rachel C wrote:

    Cecelia, Did you also get the labels for the bubbles and waterbottles from the What a wonderful job you did! rachel