My son ended up having the flu so we had to cancel all his friends so it ended up being an adult birthday party as of the morning of the party. But we all celebrated him and he had so much fun and I think the adults did too. There was a snowflake photo booth with winter props, cookie decorating station and hot chocolate bar with tons of white and silver “treats”, and a champagne bar for the adults
Jacob (and mommy!) love Eric Carle’s “The Very Hungry Caterpillar,” so it was a perfect theme for his first birthday party! This party was relatively low-budget and full of DIY projects!
My son turned one 10 days before Christmas, we wanted to play up the Christmas/winter theme with his first birthday party. We created a Winter ONEderland to help accomplish this idea.
This first birthday party was built around a pink and gold princess theme. I loved the princess crown forks, and the beautiful cake topper! This party was a total DIY project! We painted the vases made the tutus and so much more! I am ecstatic with the way it turned out. Perfect!
We were celebrating our daughter, Madison Blue’s first birthday party. “Madison in ONEderland”.
I wanted Kennedy’s first birthday to be unique and special, and make most of her party decor. I decided on throwing her a Shabby Chic Tea Party!! This mommy likes to make stuff! It kept me very busy making projects such as the banners, bunting, poms, labels, cake toppers, hanging flower balls, label holders etc… I did a lot of goodwill shopping for the tea cups and dolls. I found many things around the house and in her room to use. I also set up her first birthday shoot and captured some amazing photos! I hope you enjoy my sweet peas First Birthday Party!!
It was so much fun looking for ideas and creating The Very Hungry Caterpillar theme for my son’s 1st birthday!
Our sweet Harrion’s Very Hungry Caterpillar first birthday party!
Since Mia is turning 1 she didn’t request anything specific for her first birthday party, but we wanted it to reflect her personality so we kept it bright and colorful. We stuck to a few colors (blue, pink, purple, and some gold) but other than that it was sort of a free for all! I made a lot of the decorations myself and some of the food (CAKE POP FAIL!)
It was brunch time and we wanted the food to be baby friendly, so we served mini-waffles, cut up fruit, mini cream cheese sandwiches, and mini-desserts (plus the birthday cake)
In the end, Mia had a great morning surrounded by her loving family!
First birthdays are always a huge celebration in our family, and keeping with the tradition, I had a ton of fun planning and crafting for our little one’s first birthday. I chose a birdie theme, and the colors were coral, peach, a sea foam blue and gold. It was a beautiful day celebration our last beautiful daughter!
A sprinkle themed party for our daughter’s first birthday!
Everything was very DIY for this first birthday party. We wanted cupcakes & “sweet treats” everywhere. Everything was very pink.
A summer birthday celebrating most everything summer!
We wanted Levi’s birthday to be fun and bright but not too babyish. We used themes of monkeys and bananas as well as chevron in bright colors. Almost everything was home-made including desserts and the DIY decor.
A sweet first birthday party to celebrate our little girl.
We celebrated Madelyn’s 1st Birthday with a Peter Rabbit theme
My son turned one and they say the first birthday is the birthday for the mother. Well, I took advantage of it! I wanted to give him a special first birthday.
In our country they don’t make dessert tables and the decoration doesn’t go beyond balloons en screaming colours. I wanted to make something original. Project Nursery have been a great inspiration!
Hello Again! As if my Wilhelmina’s “Fabulously Theme-less Nursery” wasn’t enough, I decided to go for a “Fabulously Theme-less First Birthday” to celebrate our glorious first 12 months with our girl. We decided to throw a fairly simple party, on a beautiful November day, in the shade of the trees in our side yard. Our home is right next door to a neighborhood park so it was an ideal location for all of W’s friends to join us for some cupcakes and BBQ and a fun day of playing in the park.
The theme of the party was vintage airplanes and the color scheme was red, white, blue and navy.