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Let’s Set Sail Party by anna and blue paperie


The designs include a fun color palette consisting of a bubblegum pink, fuchsia, sunny yellow and navy that cheer for celebration!  My goal was to create a party collection that can be easily recreated for children and adult parties and one that can be used for any occasion or event.

Design Inspiration

Nautical beach theme

Favorite Items

The dessert table consisted of a tiered cake, cupcakes and cake balls from Sweet Treets Bakery, nautical themed cookies from Sweet Goosie Girl and sailboat lollipops from Vintage Confections that matched the party's theme perfectly.  The centerpiece for the table was a cake topped with a matching sail boat I constructed out of paper.  I made a layered jello dessert (recipe coming soon) and tied wooden hand stamped spoons with matching twine from InTheClear.  I created a tower of donuts glazed with icing that resembled lifesavers.  To tie the look all together, I used my daughter Madeleine's ruffled curtain panel from Pottery Barn Kids as a backdrop for the dessert table. The birthday girls wore adorable custom tanks adorned with bows, a heart and anchor that were hand stamped with their names created by my sweet friend Melissa of Oh Fiddlesticks.  The girls wore matching bow hair bands made by Sweet and Sassy Boutique.


Monday 4th of February 2013

Love everything about this party! And a nautical party for girls at that! Those anchor cookies are so pretty!

Jillian Scotts

Friday 1st of February 2013

I'm not a fan of recurring room and party themes, but nautical ones are an exception. I can never get tired of white and navy blue and all things nautical.