Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Pink Lemonade 1st Birthday Party!


For this birthday party, we wanted bright pink and bright yellow - no pastels here! We designed all of the yellow chevron print with pink graphic signs and invitations to match the party. You can find an updated Pink Lemonade Party Printable Collection here. All pink striped and yellow paper party striped straws are from our shop. We also carry pink and yellow chevron paper straws as well which would match perfectly.

Instead of doing a standard cake, we decided to go with cake push pops which were a success with both the kids and adults. No mess, no clean up. I got the push pop containers at JB Prince. Yes you can find them on Etsy or some other shops but they are so expensive! The 8 oz kiddie drink cups (plastic so no broken glass) are also from our shop here. I also used the bottles for the gumball favors. We also sell plastic mason jars for the adults at the party.

All candy was ordered online from Oh Nuts! They have a great variety of colors and bulk candy options. Lastly, the party decorations and pink/yellow accents came from Hobby Lobby.

We made the lemonade stand from a small crate from Michael's craft store, two wooden pieces screwed to the back edges, and one small wooden sheet for the sign (we cut it freely to make it look broken on the edges), and lots of pink paint. It was the perfect height for the 1 year old birthday girl!


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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5 comments:

The Forey's said...

Where did you find your lemonade stand? and are those infant bottles for the kiddie cups?? LOVE YOUR BLOG!

Krystal said...

I too LOVE your Blog!! Where did you find your kiddie cups & also where did you get the tags & stands that say kiddie cups & adult cups? Etsy?

Krystal

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Jennifer Beer said...

love the buckets. where did you find them?

April said...

I would like to know where the buckets came from too. Cute party! Currently planning a pink lemonade party for my daughter's first b-day too!