Selected as Party of the Day on August 10th!

Owly Love Birthday

Gayle W By Gayle W  in Birthday


Party Recap

Imogen adores owls and often can be heard hooting around the house as she impersonates them. The party that I created had the owl theme followed through on everything from the invitations to the buffet labels to the twin chocolate mud cakes I had made. Wooden craft trees were painted and Christmas baubles stuffed with jellybeans and turned into matching owls.


Party Highlights

  • Best Moment

    Watching it all come together so well!

  • Best Dressed

    The birthday girl Imogen in her owl cape

  • What People Ate

    2 matching owl cakes, owl cupcakes, owl cake pops, owl baubles filled with jellybeans, gingerbread owl house, lollypop trees and candy

  • What People Drank

    water from bottles with specially designed owl labels

  • Party Favors

    personalised chocolates and loot bags

  • Activities / Games

    pass the parcel (winner got large hooty glasses)


Party Helpers



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    Kimberly S wrote:

    where did you buy this tree? I need them for my daughter's 1st birthday coming up!

  • Everything Pretty

    Everything Pretty wrote:

    where did u get the tree! look adorable!

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    Laura H wrote:

    Yes, were did you find the tree???

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    Laura H wrote:

    I just love the cape and shirt!!!

  • Gayle W

    Gayle W wrote:

    she was very cute in them too - hooting all round the house!!

  • Gayle W

    Gayle W wrote:

    Odd, I wrote an answer but now I can't see it... it's by Kaisercraft and it's called 'family tree'. I'm Australian so that doesn't help you find it in our stores, but I hope that Kaisercraft export so you can get it. :)

  • Gayle W

    Gayle W wrote:

    Kimberly, it's by Kaisercraft and it's called 'family tree'. You paint it up yourself.

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    Jessica V wrote:

    Great idea. What size were the ornaments you hung on the tree?

  • Gayle W

    Gayle W wrote:

    Jessica, they had a circumference of 20cm, which is about 7'5 inches. :)

  • Christina S

    Christina S wrote:

    thank you so much for sharing :)

  • Amy A

    Amy A wrote:

    Is there a printable for the wings and face? I have a heart cutter but I sure don't think I want to sit and draw a face twenty times! Ha!