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We chose a mermaid theme due to the way that Hannah learned to crawl - at 4 months old she looked like she was "swimming" and the nickname "Little Mermaid" stuck.

The table cloth and bunting were made by my mother. The "Octopus" centerpiece is an old chandelier that we spray painted and placed cake plates on.

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Party Highlights

  • Desserts

    Ombre Ruffle Birthday Cake, French Macarons, Mini Vanilla Cupcakes, Sixlets Pearls, Mini Sour Cream Cookies with Buttercream Icing

  • Party Favors

    Pearl Necklaces

  • What People Ate

    Maiden Mermaid Salad, Chicken of the Sea, Bang Bang Shrimp, Vegetable Tray, Fruit Tray, Cheese Coral

  • What People Drank

    Sip of the Sea - Purified Ocean Water Jones Soda in Green Apple, Berry Lemonade (blue), & Black Cherry (purple)

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6 comments

  • Monique  T

    Monique T wrote:

    Beautiful baby girl! Loved your pretty party ;)

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    Rebecca G wrote:

    I love this! Where did you get the great tissue paper garlands? I'm looking for some in similar colors and can't find them!

  • Amanda E

    Amanda E wrote:

    Hi Rebecca! Thank you for your sweet comments. The tissue paper garlands were purchased online through www.karaspartyideas.com - if you click on "shop" then "decorations by color" you can easily find them. They are listed as "decorating kits" and are only $10.97 each. I purchase all of my party products through this site, as well as Shop Sweet Lulu, and The Cupcake Social. Happy party planning!

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    Jamy S wrote:

    Hi Amanda! What an amazing job you did with your little one's bash!! Where did you get her adorable headband?

  • Amanda E

    Amanda E wrote:

    Thanks, Jamy! The headband was purchased from LittlePearlBoutique on Etsy - she has adorable headbands. http://www.etsy.com/shop/LittlePearlBoutique Thank you for checking out my party.

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    Elena F wrote:

    I love the fishnet with the pictures. I am having a Pirate birthday party for my son who turns 2 in August and would like to do something similar. How did you make the pictures hold to the fish net?