Your baby's first birthday is a big deal. Mostly for you--because, at one, they don't quite know what all the fuss is about. Still, it can be a wonderful reason to celebrate your family. The couple featured in these photos had a particular proclivity for all things Paris so they threw their daughter a gorgeous Parisian themed party.
A custom backdrop with the birthday girl's name with a vintage carousel added whimsy. The color scheme was filled with pastels, and miniature carousel horses adorned the food.
There were plenty of "grown-up" food options as well as kid-friendly food. Build-your-own parfait and macaroni bars were both adorable choices for picky eaters.
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Each tiny seat had its own water bottle with a custom wrapper. Clusters of pastel balloons were placed sporadically around the space while a special grouping was placed at the birthday girl's seat with some pretty paper tassels.
No birthday is complete until there's cake. This carousel cake is a stunner, but also having cake pops and macarons gives dessert an extra special touch.
No doubt, this party was filled with details, and that's what the message is here: You don't have to spend a lot of money to have a beautiful party. Focusing on the little details (like adding carousel pieces, or this adorable french pooch!) makes a big difference.
All photo credits go to: Able Baker and Simply Perfect events by Keren Precel
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