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My girl loves everything Peter Pan. She loves to read the book, watch the movie and dress the part. I knew before asking her that a Neverland party was in our future … kept simple and sweet with lots of pink!
Ava Kate typically has her hand in everything so I knew she would want to help with her party. Perfect opportunity to have a few crafting moments together … which we both love! She helped me make the watercolor painted lace crowns. She also painted and glittered them for each of her guests, making a rainbow colored one for herself.
She also helped glitter the mini cakes used on the DIY invitations as well as make the pink striped tablecloth.
The chalkboard signs were a first for me and they were surprisingly easy. They are a bit time consuming but the final product is completely worth it.
As guests arrived to the party, they were fancied up with a crown and bubblegum necklace. We transformed a TV room into Neverland. Lights sparkled from the ceiling. Quilts and oversized pillows were thrown about to create a cozy movie watching environment. The girls got to snack on a rainbow of candied popcorn while watching the movie. After the movie, the guests sang Happy Birthday and were treated to a sweets table. The table was kept simple with a white and pink color scheme. Sweets included bubble gum, a simple white cake strung with a neon pink tissue fringe cake topper as well as perfectly pink cake pops from Cake Pop Fusion.
The cookies by Callye of Sugarbelle’s were stunning. The birthday girl’s initial was the design on one, while the other cookie featured a cake on a cake stand.
party photography … aKa Photography
Fairy Garden Vintage Cake Stand Birthday Tee … Modern Frills
Initial and Cake Cookies … Callye of Sugarbelle’s
Cake Pops … Cake Pop Fusion
Gumballs … TomKat Studio