Aug 15 2010

Party Peektures

Published by at 11:40 pm under 2010

Without Ron, we wouldn’t have had any pictures to show at all, so the first big thank you goes out to him! We love the pics, they’re amazing!

This was a borrowed idea from this pinwheels ‘n’ pearls party.

We thought a photobooth would be a good idea, since we do have a load of props.

It was the one thing I’d remembered to put up a sign for!

I think we had some satisfied customers!

It surprised me how much the kids loved the balloons — we’d almost left them off the list! The other big hit was the sandboxes.

The bubble station was… not a hit! It’s a fun thing to try at home or out in the garden though — go for the kill and make human-sized bubbles!

So this is why I couldn’t find any cheese croissants to munch on post party.

There it is, the recap in pictures! Will leave you with the final credits:

Photography: Ron
Cake, Cookies: Pink Ginger By Nee
Breads, Pastries: Mirabelle Patisserie
Balloons: Chin Giap Soon Trading, Tekka Mall
Beanbags, Bow ties/ribbons: Grandma Agnes
Kids Tables & Chairs, Chairs For Grown-ups:
Friendly loan from the Covenant Presbytarian Church

  • 5 responses so far

    5 Responses to “Party Peektures”

    1. mimion 16 Aug 2010 at 2:35 pm

      Excellent! I saw the paper moustache ideas from one of those birthday inspiration blogs before and was thinking of applying but I dont have the capacity to do up such pretty parties like yours.


    2. Eon 17 Aug 2010 at 10:19 am

      Sure you can — your birthday picnic (this one: was lovely!!

      You’ve inspired me to find an excuse for a picnic celebration!


    3. pcon 17 Aug 2010 at 3:58 pm

      it was a blast to hy! sorry on the crying part… but she is inspired to have the same birthday party fro her self now…


    4. yi hueyon 21 Aug 2010 at 10:03 am

      wow what amazing photos! i love the party hats, little gifts etc and the cake looks fantastic!


    5. nimmieon 22 Sep 2010 at 9:37 am

      this looks absolutely gorgeous!


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