AJ’s Baseball-Themed 1st Birthday Party

Another friend of my daughter’s turned 1 this weekend!  AJ’s parents both coach baseball and softball so AJ has spent much of his young life on the field.  And the kid loves to throw! He throws anything and everything.  He even pretends to throw when there’s nothing around for him to get his hands on.  And he’s got a good arm too!

Anyway, it was only fitting that they throw him a baseball-themed 1st birthday party!All of AJ's goodies for his party - his baseball-themed cake, smash cake, and cookie favors!

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Elephant Baby Shower Cookies

We love when people give us creative license to do whatever “floats our boat” when we decorate their cakes or cookies.  Jessica asked us to make her baby shower favors and she sent us a few ideas as well as her invitations and shower colors.  But she was open to all of our ideas and trusted us to make something fantastic.

So we made a standing cookie favor!  Mel “pinned” this on Pinterest long ago and has been wanting to try it (do you follow Mel on Pinterest?) so this was the perfect opportunity!

A standing elephant cookie for a baby shower favor.

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Butterfly Cookies

“No more pencils
No more books
No more teacher’s dirty looks…School’s out for summer!”

-Schools Out by Alice Cooper

Yes, school’s out!  The kids are on the loose in the neighborhood.  But before they left the classroom, the teachers probably tried to teach them one last thing before their brains turned to much over the vacation.

During the last week of school at Burney Elementary School in Plant City, the children celebrated the opening of a brand new butterfly garden on school grounds!  And to make the celebration just a little bit sweeter, we made butterfly cookies for the students.

Butterfly Cookies made sweet party favors for a school celebration!We can’t wait to hear what kinds of butterflies the students see when they return to school in the Fall!

 

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