My favorite time of day to host a party is brunch - I love all the food options and the fact that guests & host alike still have most of their day left after the celebration ends. We served some incredibly yummy food this year (recipes coming soon!).
On the Menu:
Raspberry vanilla yogurt parfaits
Spinach sausage egg muffins
Pink lemonade with raspberry ice
Strawberry-lemon infused waterOne of my earliest inspirations for this event came from these adorable free printables from Reflections Out Loud. I love the simple silhouette of the little ballerina and added my own flair by embellishing her tutu with gold glitter! I used these graphics to also create my own cupcake toppers, favor tags and food labels.
Cute gift wrapping can double as party decor!
Little pink & gold circles strung by thread added the perfect touch to the tissue paper pom-poms.
One of my favorite new party ideas is to embellish a styrafoam cup with a matching circle printable and ribbon!
These fabulous, reusable gold mason jar lids came from The Swiss Miss Closet.Our home was sprinkled with lots of glitter, lots of squeals and even a custom Ballet Studio in our basement. My husband created a moveable ballet barre out of PVC pipe and I fancied the "stage" with lots of pink & gold polka dots and a "Havyn's Ballet Studio" banner. Every guest got a ribbon wand and favor box with jewels to add to their ballerina outfits!
This little printable came from Design Dazzle's Retro Vintage Alphabet Cards.
Thanks to everyone who helped make this such a special celebration for our sweet Havyn Brielle!
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