I don't think anyone should feel pressured to do a "Pinterest" party. If party planning doesn't bring you joy, then skip it. Everyone has things they are good at. We all shine in different ways, but learning to appreciate talents in others does make life sweeter. For some people, throwing a party is their 'thing'. So if you are a 'party loving ' person - this post is for you :)
Which brings me to my friend Diana and the Tutus and Top Hats party she recently hosted. Her parties make me SO happy because I can see how much thought, time, and love she puts into them. I feel like she honestly wants her guests to feel delighted- and she does that through pretty decor, yummy food, and lost of attention to detail. I have as much fun at her parties as the kids do.
For her daughter's 2nd birthday, she hosted this "Tutus and Top Hats" party. When I walked in her home I literally clapped my hands. So much pink cuteness! Diana kindly let me snap some iphone pics to share with you :)
All the guests were given a tutu and wand or top hat and tie to wear during the party. The party accessories doubled as party favors. (How adorable is the lil birthday girl?!)
Check out these little bows- made from paper napkins.
The kids decorated sugar cookies and Valentines. The weather was warm, so they played outside too.
There was yummy food and drinks. And can we admire this chandelier for a moment please??... so sparkly!
And there was the sweetest little birthday girl who loved it all. Happy Birthday Miss L!
Thank you Diana for hosting a delightful afternoon. Your creativity and passion for parties is so much fun!
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