Thursday, February 16

Mustaches & Bowties

It's hard for me to believe but we just celebrated our baby's 1st birthday.  After hosting many girly parties (princess, fairy, princess, flowers, princess, butterflies...you get the picture) I was excited to venture out into a boys world.  For his very first party I couldn't think of a more perfect theme than this one for our "little man".  Here are a few details.


Bowtie Napkins - luncheon napkins and napkin rings made from cardstock, adapted from Martha Stewart
Polka Dot Straws with paper mustaches 



Tie Garland - template from Shindig Parties To Go



Mustache Cupcakes - chocolate molds from Scoop-n-Save



The birthday boy and his big sisters

11 comments:

  1. You have got to be kidding me?! This is SO cute!!!!!

    I can't believe your "little" boy is ONE!

    Love all the decor! You're such a great mamma!

    xo

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  2. Such a fun first birthday party! I went from a boy's first party, to five girl first birthday parties! He is a cutie, and your girls are so cute too! Happy 2012! I love that last photo of the three of them together.

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  3. this was one of the cutest parties I have ever been too..Love that little boy
    Leah

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  4. Thanks ladies! It's fun having a little boy around the house:)

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  5. Oh my Steph! I'm so happy that you captured it all! :)

    Love all the detail! It turned out perfect!! Sad that we had to miss it! :)

    Happy Birthday COLE!

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  6. Ok, now that's a little boys birthday party!! So cute Steph...you are such an amazing Mommy! I just may use that napkin idea for Cy's birthday. I just LOVE it!

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