I am so excited to share this adorable baby shower with you today! Vicki sent me the pictures last week, and everything turned out gorgeous! For more of the planning and shower details, please visit my Project Nursery posts here and here! From the guest of honor:
Where do I start….thank you for making all of you paper crafts for my shower!!!! I LOVED them…it totally made the whole party. Everything was perfect from the decorations you let them borrow to the labels. I still can’t believe how fantastic it turned out. This is all because you INSPIRE all of us to get creative. I so appreciate all your generosity, time and creativity you put into creating such an adorble look for Ryder. Also, thank you so much for the “thank you” cards. I already have one in his baby book:) you are the best and I can’t wait to join the mommy club!!! Love you!!!! ~ Molly
You’re so welcome, Molly! I was happy to help!
Photography courtesy of Vicki Lynn Photography
Wouldn’t this theme be adorable for a boy surf or beach birthday party, as well?
February 2, 2010
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Great job on the surf themed paper products! You've already got me addicted to making cupcakes (and using your toppers!), but now it looks like I'm going to have to start collecting glass candy jars! The candy displayed adds tons of color and texture to any party, and, of course, the party circles wrap them up into nice little packages 🙂
Love the soft blue with the bold red! And the cookies match the labels – stop! you're killing me! Fab as always!
Everything looks so perfect~ it shows in the guest of honor's face!
Thanks for sharing…
I love how the cookies match the labels! Beautiful!
Oh, wow – so insanely cute!! I love those colors, and now I want a baby shower! LOL!
love, love, love this party!! everything looks so good and perfect! i'm so glad to learn that the cookie toppers are from Etsy! When I first saw the picture, I thought for sure that they were from a bakery near you. I'll have to order some in the future!
Great job as always!
Kim, I enjoy stopping by your blog every morning … even if you didn't write something new just yet – although I must say you are so good at bringing new stuff to your site almost every day – I love looking at it all again and again and often scroll down to take all the stunning colors and craft in one more time! You are amazing at what you do! I wanted to ask you – the scalloped circles you use, I assume is from a punch, would you mind telling me which kind it is? I am preparing my 40th party at the moment, it's going to be a family reunion/picnic and in between quilting stunning quilts, and weaving tine picnic baskets to go on one of these scalloped circles that you do have, I stop by while having a tea to look yet again at your blog 🙂 … I want to use the circles to hang on bottles and maybe if I do cupcakes – and I love the scallops on yours – I hope you have a moment to answer my "silly" question. You truly are very very good at what you do! Thank you for inspiring me and making me smile again and again!
Love it! What a great idea!
you seriously inspire me on a daily basis. love your work.
Love it all! I think I am going with a vintage surf theme for my boy's 1st Birthday in July! It will be so easy to coordinate red & blue during July!
I just love your blog! My daughter, Caroline, is turning 3 in March and I am going with a Cowgirl theme. Just think…hot pink and cow print. It's going to be so girly! Thanks for all of the inspiration!
Thank you for all the sweet comments, ladies! Missy – I use a 2" scallop circle punch for the cupcake toppers, tags, etc. My favorite brand is EK Success.
Not easy to find in Canada but I found it on eBay – yipee … thanks so much!
Where can I find the red and blue paper flowers or pom poms hanging in the chandelier picture?
What a fabulous shower!!
You are Inspirational with a capitol I!!!