Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Aloha Summer Birthday Party - Part One


Creating this party was so much fun and seeing everything come together was truly party PARADISE.  Thanks so much to everyone who helped to make the party a hit!


I will be adding more posts that will give all of the details from the party including the dessert table, kid's tables, favor table, Annabelle and Madeleine's attire, tutorials and more!  In addition, there will be amazing giveaways from fabulous vendors who helped to create this beautiful party.  You are going to love what I have in store.  We're just getting started...so STAY TUNED!
















So many more details to share!!!

In the meantime, I would like to say thanks SO much to these amazing ladies:

Jenn {Hostess with the Mostess}: party inspiration, candy kabobs, DIY wreath
Amy {Amy Atlas}: dessert table inspiration
Kim {The Tomkat Studio}: party inspiration, flower branches
Christina {Cookies Are My Canvas}: amazing custom flower and Aloha cookies
Kristina {Modern Frills} adorable rosette tanks
Diane {DK Designs} gorgeous cake flowers
Charynn {Two Sugar Babies}: beautiful flower fondant toppers
Kristina {Looking 4 Lilly} Annabelle & Madeleine's colorful flower clippies
Jessie {Shop Sweet Lulu} celebration candles, candy cups, stripy straws
...and last but not least many thanks to my sweet hubby, who helped me for hours making the layered birthday cake and for being so supportive!

The Aloha Summer printable collection is now in my shop!

The printable collection includes:

1.  Invitation
2.  Banner
3. Wrappers
4.  Blank Gift Tags/Labels (4)
5.  Blank Tents/place cards (4)
6.  2 Inch Party Decor
7.  2 Inch Favor Tags
8.  Cake Toppers/table decor
9.  Party Sign

Text can be customized. Please email me for info. 

The Aloha Summer collection is now in my shop HERE.

10 comments:

  1. How cute! I'm from Hawaii and this is one cute theme. :)

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  2. Loooove loove the colours ... beautiful decor

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  3. Hello,where is the "recipe" for the candy kabobs? ARe those fruit roll ups as part of the kabob? : ) thank you

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    1. Here is the link to the tutorial to make the Candy Kabobs. Stefanie

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    2. http://annaandblue.blogspot.com/2011/08/diy-tutorial-candy-kabobs.html

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  4. Beautiful party! Love the tropical color palette.
    But what did you do during the party?

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    1. Thank you. You can view all the party details and activities on my post here: http://annaandblue.blogspot.com/2011/09/aloha-summer-party-details-free.html

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  5. Any suggestions for the goodie bag/bucket? Thank you.

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    1. I found the buckets at Michaels for a dollar each. I am sure you can also find similar ones at dollar stores or Party City.

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