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Birthday Parties: Kate’s Yummy Lollipop Party!

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My little cupcake turned two last week, and her lollipop birthday party was this past weekend! I had so much fun designing her invitations and decor! Everything turned out really “sweet”! I think everyone had a great time! Shown above: Yummy Lollipop invitations, more info from my previous post HERE! I also designed cupcake toppers (3 versions: “kate’s sweet shop”, “k”, and “kate”), and favor tags (“thank you for being sweet”) tied to the mini swirl lollipops!

Shown above: Cupcake stand (more on this later!), marshmallow pops inspired by Bakerella, pink snowballs turned lollipops, rainbow jello form stuck with a lolli stick, and I also did fruit on lollipop sticks!

Above: Kate’s Sweet Shop Door Sign, Cotton Candy Buckets (walmart Easter section $1!), and bright necklaces (walmart)! Homemade giant lollipops made of paper plates, paper, wood dowels, cellophane & ribbon!

Above: My little princess all dressed up in her TUTU from Etsy and custom lollipop rhinestone TANK TOP from Pouty Pants, courtesy of my fab sister-in-law, Nicollette! Orange & pink tissue paper pom-poms by Martha Stewart!

Party guests having fun! Love this picture of my best friend’s daughter with googly eyes for the marshmallow lollipop! Kate got some fabulous gifts including the memo board made by my crafty friend, Thuy! For a craft, the kids decorated foam circles, made into lollipops!

March 31, 2009

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  1. A little bit of our history - says:

    I LOVE the photos of the party! Its SO funny that we did some of the same things for our girls parties. The cotton candy from wal mart rocks huh?? We gave it out as favors and I also topped her cake with it! She loved it! Cotton candy is a fun fun thing!

    Good job on the party!

  2. Kim - The TomKat Studio says:

    Thank you! It was so much fun! I love the cotton candy…my son was afraid of it and wouldn’t eat it! Let me know if you post your party! I’d love to check it out!

  3. Michelle@Everyday Celebrating says:

    absolutely precious!!!! If I may, I’d like to feature it on my blog sometime soon. 🙂

  4. Live.Love. Photography says:

    Looks like they had a blast! Everything looks perfect! Cute, Cute 😉

  5. The Glovers says:

    Oh my goodness Kim how beautiful! You’re my birthday party decor designer dream come true! Adorable!!

    Mandy Smith (your Etsy friend)

  6. A little bit of our history - says:

    Hey there Kim! I wanted to ask you what software you use for all your graphic stuff?? I am varying between one on my computer and one online service and I was wondering if you could pass along tips/advice. I would appreciate it! Thanks so much!

  7. Meredith says:

    SO adorable. Wish we were there.

  8. Heather says:

    This is sooo cute! I’m glad I’m not the only one who loves to go all out for parties the kids won’t even remember!

    Found your site on Creative Parties and Showers 🙂

  9. Not just a Mommy! says:

    What a fun and beautiful party! I’m going to have to share you with my readers.

  10. Anonymous says:

    I love the lollipop ideas! Can someone please tell me what you put in the lollipop centerpieces underneath the candy to make the lollipops stand up straight. Thanks!

  11. Amy @ Living Locurto says:

    This is adorable!! I'll be linking:-)

  12. Jordan and Ashley says:

    I am going to copy you for my daughter's first birthday party! No, she won't be eating the lollipops, but how adorable!! I really love this idea!

  13. Jodee Leader says:

    What a fabulous party! Everything is picture perfect! I love the "sweet" theme!

  14. Elaina says:

    Thanks for the inspiration! We just had a lollipop party this weekend for my daughter's 3rd birthday. It was a lot of fun to plan, and to have of course! Here's a link to some pics…http://www.funfindsformom.com/blog/lollipop-birthday-party

  15. Christina says:

    I LOVE your blog!! Thank you for sharing all your wonderful ideas! I'm going to do the lollipop party for my daughter who's is turning 4 in January. I need something to ryhme with "4" on the invite…any ideas? 🙂
    Also, I'm looking for pouty pants but can't find it. 🙁 That tank top is just too cute!! I have to have it!

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