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The concept was based on a little french frog that I came across on a Thank You note from Two Pooch Paperie. I contacted the designer, Kellie Micka, and asked if she would be interested in creating a birthday invitation with this little chap, as well as allow me to use him as an entire theme of a party. She was excited, and agreed to make whatever was needed. My client wanted to incorporate touches of her love of all things French, without going overboard. I created an small sweets table with a Eiffel Tower backdrop made of small pieces of scrunched up tissue paper. I had the Etsy shop Tinkske create a custom cake topper to replicate the adorable french frog. My client made a wonderful cake with a color cordinated m+m border as well as big gumballs at the base. I was lucky to find adorable, small Paris themed plates at my local Homegoods, which I used for placesettings. I used Bananagram letters for the children's placecards, and placed them in wine corks (as a cute nod to my client's love of French wine). We made sure all the food was mini - we had mini croissants, homemade mini doughnuts, and mini Pots de Crème au Chocolat. The children played "Pin the mustache on the frog", danced to some of Grayson's favorite songs, and had a red balloon drop - about 50 red balloons fall on top of them while they danced. It was an adorable theme and a fun little party.