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Little Snowflake Party Inspiration

It’s time to start thinking about planning your winter parties! I am planning my best friend’s daughter’s 1st birthday party in a red and aqua Snowflake theme! There are so many ideas and inspiration out there for this theme, and I thought I would share a few of the ideas I’ve collected so far! Here is the invitation that I just designed! Adding a little embellishment like this rhinestone is easy and adds a sparkling custom touch!

Credits: clockwise from top left (1st collage)

Snowflake Cupcake: Glorious Treats ~ Flickr
Red & White Candy Buffet: Hostess with the Mostess
Little Snowflake Invitation: The TomKat Studio
Red Candy Buffet: RedBook Magazine
Snowflake Embossed Ornaments: Better Homes & Gardens
Winter Wonderland Dessert Buffet: Inspired Bride & Bake It Pretty via HWTM
Red & Aqua Balloons: Party Perfect

Credits: clockwise from top left (2nd collage)

Embellished Snowflake Partyware: Better Homes & Gardens
Brownie Pops from Winter Wonderland Dessert Buffet: Inspired Bride & Bake It Pretty via HWTM
Snowflake Garland: Martha Stewart
Red & Aqua Flag Banner: Party Perfect
Red & Aqua Circle Mobile: Party Perfect
Snowflake Streamers: Martha Stewart

I will be creating a red & aqua dessert table for Marley’s party and can’t wait! Little Miss Marley will be wearing the gorgeous aqua pettiskirt that my daughter wore for her first birthday, along with a custom made snowflake shirt to coordinate with the red/aqua theme! Santa will be visiting the party, which is always so much fun for the kids! We’re working on a craft activity for the kids, if you have any ideas, please share them by commenting!

Stay tuned more details and photos from the party in December! In the meantime, visit The TomKat Studio shop for printable invitations, labels, cupcake toppers & more to get your holiday party started!

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  3. avatar Tamara says:

    I just found your website today and am super excited about a Snowflake party for my daughter. Her birthday is Dec 21st and I have been trying to figure out how to marry the Christmas decor with her 1st birthday. I love this idea! The colors make me think if a Christmas gift from Tiffany’s! I love it!

  4. avatar Earl Baccam says:

    Thank you for this nicepost.

  5. avatar amanda says:

    Love your ideas! And how funny I come across this, I am planning my twin girls 1st bday party. A winter wonderland party- lots of snowflakes. My girls names are Ava and Marley…neat :)

  6. avatar Michelle says:

    I’m having a Winter One-derland 1st birthday party for my daughter next month and plan for the kids to make snowglobes from baby food jars (google for directions or I can send a link). You can vary how much prepwork you do ahead of time based on the ages of kids attending. Keep the ideas coming – can’t wait to see all you have planned.

  7. avatar Tori says:

    I love the red and aqua! I have 2 December birthdays and if I ever decide to make it a “winter” theme this would be it for sure!

  8. avatar Alex Evjen says:

    Those invitations are SO perfect and modern. Is there anyway I could have a similar design for Christmas cards with a photo area???

  9. avatar Lorell says:

    Now that I am blogging about my daughter’s second birthday party, I can’t wait to see how the whole party comes out!

  10. avatar Melissa says:

    Let me give the craft-ivity ideas a try…I’m not sure of all the ages participating, but folding paper and cutting your own snowflakes would be fun for kids about 3-5. Also, you can find snowflake foam stickers at the craft store…why not snap a picture of them as they arrive. Then let the kids decorate frames with the snowflake stickers. Quickly print the pics and insert them into the frames…the completed frame can go home with them in their goodie bag! If you ever need kid craft ideas, I’m your lady. With lots of elementary and preschool teaching experience and an eye for cute, I’d be happy to help!

  11. avatar Ebony says:

    So cute! I have a brand new little girl born on Sept 21st and her name is Marley… and we call her Little Miss Marley…. so I think this is adorable! :)

  12. avatar Bibzees says:

    The rhinestone makes all the difference and really adds the WOW factor to the invitations. I love the idea of the invitation setting the theme for the entire party. The colors are fantastic!!!