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My next winning party feature goes to this beautiful
Vintage High Tea Birthday Party
submitted byMy Little Jedi & Candy Soirees!
Vesna said….”We are excited to share with you this gorgeous vintage high tea, styled and captured by Niki from Candy Soirees. Niki and I worked on this project collaboratively and wanted to create the perfect birthday party for little Sienna.

We were aiming for a look that is eclectic blend of girly and vintage chic with a touch of whimsy. We chose the colour palette of vintage pink, dove grey and soft lemon which tied in perfectly with my current collection of vintage chic party printables {click on ‘Girl Printables}. It’s the perfect palette for vintage meets shabby chic. Stylistically, we both have a thorough appreciation of shape and colour, and we both share a passion for vintage style.”

Gorgeous party!
Thanks for your submission, Vesna & Niki!
Congratulations on being the winning feature today!
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19 Comments
  1. Betsy

    Beautiful job Vesna and Niki!!

  2. Lissa (The Wedding Bistro at Bellenza)

    Wow, kudos to Vesna and Niki. And thanks, Kara, for sharing this winning entry! This is so beautifully designed and executed. How old was the little birthday girl? Wondering if this would work for my niece turning 2 soon (if the guests would be too young, their moms would surely love it).

  3. Elle Belles Bows

    Wow! What an elegant party! Love the drink me labels on the bottles. Kerri

  4. classic casual home

    This post makes me love being a girl!
    Mary Ann

  5. Anonymous

    Very cute! I love the how it's feminine yet simple.

    But am I missing something- why does the banner hanging below the table say "Happy Birthda" without a y?

  6. HiLLjO

    I'm taking this color palette now.

  7. Half Baked

    Just lovely – great job!

  8. Maria Snider

    This is beautiful! Is it possible to tell me where the milk bottles came from? I'm in urgent need of these for a birthday party. Thanks!!!

  9. kara's party ideas

    I've seen the milk bottles at pottery barn!