Here’s another adorable birthday party idea – a pajama party! But if your girls are young like Reese (turning 5) and Hadley (turning 2), have an afternoon pajama party! Get the kids hyped up on cake and goodies and then send them HOME to bed. Genius!
Reese’s and Hadley’s mom knew she wanted a pink cake with ombre ruffles, a princess crown topper, and bunny slippers. So this is what we created for them:
We love when parents approach us with adorable birthday party themes. We’ve got a couple of super cute ones to share with you this week, but we’ll start with this one for a little girl who was born on Valentine’s Day!
Savannah celebrated her 5th birthday with a pink pirate party and asked all party-goers to wear their best pirate gear. How fun! Her mom gave us free reign to design the birthday cake so we used the party invitation (made by Party So Perfect) as inspiration:
We decorated a very special birthday cake this week. Well, all our cakes are special in their own way, but this one stood out because this is the 3rd cake we’ve made for this family.
Vivian’s birthday was quickly approaching and she was browsing our website with her Mom. Vivian said, “Mom, there’s Kyle’s cake (the Graffiti cake under “Graduations”) and there’s Ava’s cake. I’m the only one without a cake on their website!”
Well, that just won’t do! Vivian’s only request for her birthday cake was that it include their family pets – an American Bulldog and a Pug. No problem!
Super hero-themed birthday parties are so IN! We’ve been dying to try our hands on a super hero cake, and the opportunity finally arrived when Kenneth’s Mom (aka Katy at Birdie Baby Boutique) asked us to make his cake. Yes!
Camryn decided to celebrate her 5th birthday with a Garden Tea Party so we created a girly, elegant cake for her. The cake was iced in light blue buttercream with buttercream grass, leaves & stems. The flowers themselves were made of fondant, and we topped the whole thing with a miniature edible tea set.
Ok, it’s official (…well, not really). The most popular theme for a 1st birthday party in 2012 is Mickey or Minnie Mouse! And while it’s easy to recreate a design over and over, we also love when people bring us a new design to try!
Living in the Sunshine State, it’s hard to avoid beach-themed cakes and parties. But we’re not complaining! We love the beach! For Gabby’s 7th birthday, she chose a mermaid-themed party and wanted a sand castle birthday cake.
To celebrate, here’s a cake we made last weekend for a sweet girl turning 16 TODAY! What better way to celebrate a Sweet 16 birthday party on Halloween than with a costume party!? Happy Birthday, Samantha!