Get up on your feet and take a leap, this Sweet Pink Ballerina Birthday Party by Jessica Hearing of Dear Jane Paper, out of Denver, Colorado, USA is an adorable treat!
Featuring whimsical blooms and star wands too, this little event is too cute to be true!
So twirl around, take a spin and check out these details that are a definite win:
- Scallop Plate Table Settings
- Star Tassel Wands
- Cascading Flower Garlands
- White Favor Tutus
- Simplistic and Sweet Ballet-inspired Cake Table
- Ribbon-adorned Cake
- Tiny Dancer Photo Booth
Sweet Pink Ballerina Birthday Party
This is what Jessica shared about styling the party:
“My daughter’s birthday was March 19th, right at the beginning of the Covid lock down, so we canceled her party. I was heartbroken for her. Of course, we made the best of it and she still had a good day. Then in August, we sold our home and moved. It made me sad packing all the party decorations we never used. A week after moving in, we decided it would be best to just go forward with a much more intimate and outdoor party. We live in Colorado, so I knew if we waited until closer to her next birthday, outside would probably not be an option. So, the very next week we celebrated in style for my little ballerina and it couldn’t have been more perfect.
Tablescape & Cake:
I thought the big tree in our yard would be the perfect spot for the kids table! Ruffly Rose made a beautiful centerpiece and hanging carnations for the big tree. The tablecloths were from Amazon. I wanted the actual place settings to be simple. White scalloped plates, napkins, and wood utensils, and some confetti from Ellie and Piper were perfect.
Ruby Jean Patisserie made a gorgeous lavender cake and matching cupcakes. I found a ribbon from Etsy and she perfectly matched the frosting to the color.
Party Activities & Decor:
My little birthday ballerina wore a dress from Annie Casale. Her handmade dresses are truly stunning. And for my littlest ballerina (her sister), she wore a tutu from I Love Plum. I took a photo of the birthday girl in her party dress beforehand and had it printed at Office Depot. I changed it to black and white and then tinted it pink to give it that ballerina feel.
For a DIY photo backdrop, I found a layered piece of tulle fabric and added a wooden dowel. Then, I ordered the ‘Tiny Dancer’ banner from one of my favorite Etsy shops.
We had a ballerina princess from Dancing Princess Parties come and it was definitely the highlight of the party. We set up a dress-up clothing rack near the outdoor play house and added some tutus for each girl to take home. My talented mother-in-law also made fabric star wands for favors.
I’m so happy we went for the party, even a few months later. My little love had a blast. And Callie Hobbs Photography took the best photos that I will cherish forever.”
Photography: Callie Hobbs Photography
Cake: Ruby Jean Patisserie
Tutus: I love Plum & Annie Casale
Flowers: The Ruffly Rose
Tiny Dancer Banner: Maddox & Klaus
Ballerina: Dancing Princess Parties
White scalloped plates, napkins, and wood utensils, and confetti: Ellie and Piper
Cake Ribbon: Marshmallow Silk
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