Party Recap

First, the main dessert table. My husband and I spray painted a fake wreath we bought at 40% off at Hobby Lobby a lime green color to keep with the theme. I then wrapped ribbon around it and added some matching picks to the wreath that ended up being a main focal point to the fabric backdrop. My hubby also spray painted glass candlestick holders from the dollar store that I used as accents to hold large ornaments. Spray painting stuff goes a LONG way! You would be amazed at all you can do with one little can :) All of the sweets were just amazing - custom cookies from The Cookie Jar, fondant cupcake toppers from Lynlee's Petite Cakes, chocolate covered oreos by Sweeties, Santa Hat Cake Pops by Lillycakes and the beautiful fondant cake made by a local gal, Brianna Weichel. Oh and I just LOVE LOVE LOVE the pink cake stand from Danielle of OliviaDru on etsy! I made the snowman donuts inspired by a photo I saw on Pinterest and also dipped marshmallows in white chocolate and added some colorful sprinkles :)
The second "Merry" table displayed the girls goodie bags with a matching custom label. I used teal washi tape around the fuchsia bags from Shop Sweet Lulu. The "MERRY" banner and ribbon garland was made by the fabulous Nancy of A to Zebra Celebrations. I made custom water bottle labels and even decorated my clock to match! :) I took my curtains down and decorated my window using colorful ornaments and fish line for a nice display.
In the dining room, I added poms from Pom Love on my wall (to cover up the picture frames I normally have there). Each child had their own matching name cupcake topper at their place setting. I just love the matching plates and napkins I got from Polka Dot Market. The beautiful flower arrangement came from Town and Country Gardens. My hubby spray painted the vase and I added the decorative snowflake and a few lime gems so even the vase coordinated with everything! :) In the corner, I made the DIY yarn ornament trees by simply wrapping yarn around foam tree forms I bought at Hobby Lobby and hot glued some sparkly decorative balls on to act as the ornaments! And a snowflake for the top - perfect! They are probably my favorite element and were SOOOO easy!
Last but certainly not least, the absolutely ADORABLE outfits all of the girls are donning were just BEYOND perfect! Handmade tee's by the amazing Rachel of *golden*, custom hair pieces from Frills, pettiskirts from Lilies and Things and adorable necklaces from Miss CoCo Designs. The girls all looked absolutely adorable and this would be the perfect outfit for your girly girl to wear during the holiday season or birthday party :).
All of the paper products are available to purchase in my etsy shop as DIY printables for your child's holiday themed party.


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