I love the simplistic yet festive feel to this party submitted by Marlan Willardson of Twink + Sis out of Los Angeles, CA, USA! Plus there are so many cute and fun DIY elements that you won’t want to miss!
Holiday Breakfast Play Date Party
I am drooling over the ideas and elements in this holiday play date party, with a breakfast that looks yummy!
Here is a list of some of the darling details featured below:
- Noble Fir table top trees adorned in cute DIY paper ornaments
- A completely scrumptious looking naked cake topped with fruit and sprigs
- Cute reindeer and Santa Claus cup liners & straw toppers
- Darling place settings with star plates and napkins topped with tree branches and wooden spoons adorned with gold pom-poms
- Wrapped favor tubes & pine cones used as decor
- A fabulous gold balloon backdrop made to imitate and resemble bells
- Plus, a fun pine cone craft!
Design: Twink + Sis
Photographer: Jenna Elliott, One Eleven Photography
Plates, napkins, cups, straws, Christmas crackers: Meri Meri
Puzzle party favors: eeBoo
Balloons: Koyal Wholesale
Trees: Mr. Greentrees
Holiday Breakfast Play Date Party Details:
This is what Marlan shared about planning/styling the party- “My sister and I wanted to create a fun holiday playdate for our kids (Mila, 3 and Brixton, 2) and their friends.
Inspired by gold bells, we set out to create a backdrop resembling that look. We came up with a balloon installation made up of huge gold balloons from Koyal Wholesale.
We loved the idea of bringing Christmas trees to the table, so we filled the space with three Noble fir tabletop trees from Mr. Greentrees, dripping in paper ornaments that we DIY’ed.
Our centerpiece is a homemade naked cake (gluten-free pumpkin with cream cheese frosting) topped with sugared fruit (persimmon, pear and grapes) and pine branch.
Meri Meri’s partyware provided the perfect setting with kraft star plates and napkins, accompanied by Santa and reindeer cups with matching straws. The kids had a blast getting to pop open all the Meri Meri Christmas crackers.
We love a little custom element, so each place setting has a pine branch on the plate and a gold pom-pom attached to the fork.
We asked the kids to wear their favorite jammies, but not necessarily Christmas jammies, because we wanted it to be fun and cozy without pushing the Christmas theme too far.
The kids did a toddler-friendly pine cone craft, while sipping on hot chocolate and listening to Christmas music. Every family took home an eeBoo Rabbits’ Den puzzle as their party favor.”
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