Baby Harry is turning 6 months old. I always wanted to throw my boys a half birthday party, but being a new mommy, extra time was hard to come by. So, as random surprise goodie for my sis-n-law, I thought I would make a party kit for her. Ready to hang garland, precut letters, bday invites with matching paperies (straws, cups from HeyYoYo), precut fondant 1/2 logo to stick on half a cake, be it store bought or fanagled out of Grandma Bub. I am also including a coupon for her favorite cupcake bakery Trophy Cupcakes (gosh I could live in that store...) To make it super easy, I did mock up party pics so she can just take it out of the box, add some baked goods and snacks from her local grocer and voila! Instant party. Perfect for family and friends to taste while canoodleing with Harry. My little guy starts preschool at the end of August, so we can't sneak away for vacation. Phooey. Oh well, ship it baby!
Below are some of my homemade cupcakes, I am personally quite proud of the cupcake swirl on top. I finally got the right icing tip (Ateco 845) and used mini cupcakes (way easier to decorate.)
The inspiration for the color scheme and background garland was a birthday card from Rifle Paper Co.Using helvetica 4" stencils, I traced and cut out Harry's name and glued each letter to lollipop sticks.
A little bit of healthy snacks, some not so healthy snacks, and Ding Dongs cut in half to match the cake.
A few more little bits...including the little onesies for Harry to wear to the party (and some backups in case he gets into the cake)
Hi, I am a momma to 2 little mini-men named Henry and Hunter. I love making things myself, finding vintage goodies (or even not so vintage ones...), and adore (ok...I'm obsessed with) pretty parties. I like to share and you can find my tutorials over on The Sweetest Occasion. I also have a little shop on Etsy called Hank + Hunt that sells little fabric garlands and party pretties. XO