January babies in New England. Always having to celebrate their birthdays in frigid temperatures and stacks of snow. While most people loathe the unrelenting winter in Massachusetts, these party parents embraced it to create an adorable theme for baby girl: Winter One-Derland! Snow, ice and glitter sparkled through the pastel pink, light blue and white decorations. The biggest hit for the party was the hot chocolate bar, with all of the mix-ins, like chocolate covered ski poles, peanut butter chips, and of course, plenty of marshmallows!
This past weekend we rolled up our sleeves and jumped into the rainbow. We love celebrating color at Little Lovage Club, because it reflects the vibrant littles we have running around in our space daily. This party was no exception. The parent party planner came up with the idea for the theme by thinking about themes that weren’t gender-specific, as some boys wouldn’t be thrilled to be invited to a tea party. However, the look came together flawlessly, and the details and small touches that the parent added only enhanced the color pops all over the room- from the colorful bowls filled with candy and the radiant cupcakes, to the custom-made art project and the rainbow ball pit. Enjoy checking these pictures out, and try not to feel like you just jumped into a funfetti cupcake!
It doesn’t get more special than baby’s first birthday over here at Little Lovage Club. This weekend, the lights twinkled brightly as we celebrated baby girl turning one with a Twinkle Twinkle, Little Star theme! The decorations were bold, shiny, and gorgeous, ranging from delicate star garlands, clear balloons filled with tissue paper stars, and more. Clearly, mom (and crew) have a vivid imagination and a knack for creating and hosting a magical party. Mom did an amazing job with the shimmering decorations and flawless execution of this party, from the video slideshow to the musical entertainment. Everyone had a great time celebrating for this little birthday girl, who couldn’t stop smiling (especially after the photographer left).
Enjoy the pictures!