On the lookout for adorable girls 1st birthday party ideas? Well, Big Ben definitely struck in this adorable party submitted by Tina Montemayor of Do Elegant Yourself out of Hayward, CA!
Royal London 1st Birthday Party
Planning a 1st birthday party is so much fun, and when it involves crowns and cakes, and royal elements, it is even more sweet-as-can-be. Speaking of sweet, the sweets in this party, from the expertly-styled doughnut tree to the crown-adorned cookies, really make this event shine!
Some of my favorite elements from this 1st Birthday Royal Bash include:
- Cute and simplistic cakes dolled up with elegant toppers
- Union Jack cookies
- Layered Jell-o mocktail cups
- A crown crafting station
- Custom fondant cupcake toppers
- Milk jugs adorned with ribbon and gold coins
- and a fun telephone booth entrance!
Cake: White ribbon with custom fondant crown by Cafe Attila
Smash Cake: Ombre pinks in rosette application by Cafe Attila
Cupcakes: The Cupcake Shoppe
Custom Fondant Cupcake Toppers: Etsy, LesPopSweets
Donuts: Castro Valley Donuts and Krispy Kreme donut holes
Flowers: Church Street Flowers
Cheese: The Cheese Board Collective
Craft Supplies and Materials: Michaels and Jo-ann Fabric
Photography: Faust Photographics
Royal London 1st Birthday Party Details:
This is what Tina said about planning and styling the party- “Im excited to finally share details from my daughters Royal First Birthday. I had just a week to prepare after returning from a family trip to Hawaii, so it was a definitely a challenge. My theme uses colors from the British flag with hits of hot pink and gold. (Think Kate Spade with the red and bright pink.)
I DIY’ed a lot of the elements including: Union Jack cookies with royal frosting, Harper London name sign, milk jugs, Jell-o mocktail cups, white chocolate covered Oreos with sprinkles, donut tower, crown craft station, photo booth and red phone booth door entry.
I wasn’t able to submit orders for the cake and cupcakes in time for customized pieces so I opted for a simple fondant crown from the cake maker and went to Etsy for cupcake toppers. I made the “1” on the smash cake myself and used London scrapbook/stationary stickers glued to toothpicks to add to the main cake.”
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