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March 19, 2010


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Such a great idea for a little girl's birthday party. I am very inspired to do something similar for my daughter's 6th birthday. Do you have any types or links that you could share for making petit fours? A girlfriend and I have tried several times to make petit fours and have yet to make something that we would like to serve to guests.

Wow - that is impressive! What a lovely party you had. I bet your girls love having such a great & creative "event planner" for a mom!

everything was perfect!
i just love all your loveliness!
i have made the favors before but i used empty toilet paper rolls lol

The whole party from both posts looks like it was so sweet and elegant (and yummy!). I bet the girls had a lot of fun!

What a gorgeous party! I love the sweet little hats and bracelets. Just adorable.

Your tea party was lovely. It makes me wish that is what my granddaughter wanted for her BD. But she wants a Mexican Fiesta.

Last year she had an outdoor party with a bit of a floral theme. We found wooden bird houses at the dollar store and the kids had a great time painting their own birdhouse to take home.

Love your blog.

Exceptional party! Love everything about it! The crackers were an adorable touch. You really went all out! Your girls are going to have such wonderful memories of the birthday parties you so lovingly planned for them!

Gosh this is so inventive and beautiful! I bet your daughter was in awe! You must be a wonderful mum! x

um ... GASP!

unsolicited advice from your devoted swooning reader:

- sell those pretty crackers on etsy
- consider holding an event for bloggers
- throw me a party (just being silly)

you are amazing!


I love love seeing your party themes. If you ever want to give out advice on what I should do for my 3 y.o. who wants a pink party please pass along some great advice. I want to see those crackers tutorial... I might want to do them as well. What did you put into them?

Absolutely adorable! This was one amazing party and I'm sure your dd had so much fun, as did her older sister. Both parties were filled with such pretty things. Lucky girls - lucky Mom!

I must say, I just love your blog! Each day, I hope that there is a new post awaiting! I adore the parties you throw, the crafts your create, and the places you go. You inspire me to do so many things! Keep up the excellent work! I think the desserts for this party were beautiful, and the embellishments on the hats were just divine!

these are just such adorable ideas - i love them and i know your daughter did too.

I saw some of those "Party Crackers" the other day and I think they are soooooooo adorable!! I wanted to make some for my daughter's 1st Birthday. I know I have all the supplies and papergoods I need, but I don't know where to begin? Any links you could direct me to? Are you still going to do a tutorial on this?

Absolutely love your blog!

What a fresh, fun idea! Thanks for posting your beautiful pictures!

Your children are lucky to have the most talented Mom ever! You need to write a book titled " Fabulous Birthday Parties", for children and adults. Thank You for sharing all our wonderful ideas and pictures.

Your blog is wickedly delicious! Yummy.

Tawa Moonbloode

Jessica, your creative ideas and gorgeous photographs are just as good, or better, than any magazine out there. I almost feel guilty reading your blog "for free"! You are extremely talented. Thanks for sharing all of these wonderful posts with us!

Love, love, love~ what a party!!!

So lovely, as always! Parties like this are definitely every little girl's dream.

In terms of future parties, I thought you might appreciate this couple's wedding reception, themed as a carnival! The candy buffet is so precious!

What an adorable little girls tea party! You really went all out! I bet they had a blast. Such cute little crackers. May I ask what you put inside them? Have a great week.


Oh wow! This is the prettiest tea party that I've ever seen! Every detail so gorgeous! Your daughter's friends must get so excited when she (you) gives a party.

PS...a few questions...

-Where did you get the flowers?
-How old is your daughter? I'm wondering if these kind of activities would be appropriate for my daughter's 5th b-day party.

oh my gosh this is just such a gorgeous tea party! so pretty!

It is a nice blog. Yes you have written good things here regarding party ideas. I dont know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.

Everything is so perfect! It will be hard to top, can't wait to see what you come up with next year!

Best wishes,

This is all so beautiful! Everyting is amazing! What a wonderful memory for the birthday girl to have! I now wish I could go back in time and have a do-over for my daughter! haha!

Just beautiful!

how adorable! I especially love the cookie charm bracelets and the table runner made of flowers and butterflies. Such fun!!

i just found your blog and am absolutely smitten it is so so pretty Love the party ideas.Will definately visit again thankyou jeanetteann

Your blog is so very beautiful. Thank you for sharing this all with us. I love these crackers. They are just lovely.

So Pretty! I'm in love with the paper wrapping the crackers - can I ask where it's from? I don't have a daughter so I think I might have to make cookie necklaces at my next birthday party!

Beautiful! Where did you get those hats?

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