It's Me Eloise! I am six. I LOVE the Plaza! For more images go to our Amy Atlas Feature @ http://blog.amyatlas.com/2011/08/eloise-guest-dessert-feature/
For Part 1, 2 and 3 of the party visit our blog @ www.serendipitycreative.blogspot.com
I am Eloise. I am Six....Oooooooo I absolutely LOVE the Plaza! The words of a beloved childhood book very near and dear to the hearts of many. When I asked our very own precocious little girl named "Liberty" what she wanted as a theme for her 6th Birthday....there was no question what it would be...she simply replied “I am six, I love The Plaza, I want an Eloise Party.” Liberty was also named after the famous statue that resides in NYC and we adore the Big Apple and the Plaza...Like Liberty's namesake (FREE)...she is one free spirit and daily reminds me of the Eloise character. :)
So...there you have it our theme...I set the creative wheels in motion drawing large illustrations, hours of design, baking and creating up a storm...we had a fun Eloise party for Liberty and her favorite friends....OH and a tissue box makes a very good hat. LOL...and in the words of Eloise...OH MY LORD there's so much to do...Tomorrow I think I will pour a pitcher of water down the mail chute! teehee.....Ooooooooo I absolutely love the Plaza! ps...Thank the Lord we do not own a mail chute! ;) I hope you enjoy our images. :) For more images check out our Eloise Party Feature on AMY ATLAS EVENTS BLOG here:http://blog.amyatlas.com/2011/08/eloise-guest-dessert-feature/
Details (excerpt from Amy Atlas Events):
We are in love with this Eloise spa-jama party that Catherine at Serendipity Soiree created for her daughter Liberty’s birthday. When Liberty was asked what kind of party she wanted, she simply replied, “I am six, I love The Plaza, I want an Eloise Party.” Catherine creatively transformed her home into a hotel. Upon arrival, guests registered at the “hotel” and were given room keys/charge cards with room numbers. The backyard was transformed into a hideout with a spa table where the girls decorated their nails, received facials/masks, and had their hair painted with pink streaks. The dining area was set up with a fabricated hotel bed tablescape. How great is that? Each place setting had a room service card so “hotel guests” could choose what they wanted, including croissants and mini waffles with sprinkles. The dessert table featured a home made Eloise dress cake, cupcakes and cakepops, strawberry soda, and custom cookies from the cookie jar. Guests took home slippers, purses filled with candy makeup, and an Eloise Emergency Hotel kit (filled with a boa, sunglasses, lipgloss, nail polish and a do not disturb eye mask). Liberty must have felt like she owned the top floor to the Plaza that day!