When your princess is turning two the party theme options are unlimited. However there was only one that seemed most fitting: a tutu party! Now, being a white and neutral lover I knew I didn't want the typical all bubble gum pink ballet party, but more a whimsical swan princess party. Having the party at my house really helped me bring this idea to life and I was able to set up slowly over the course of a couple days. I ended up using a lot of things I already owned which was a plus, and things I had bought for her party last year and never used. The borrowed boutique
made our tutu dreams come true by renting out most of the girls' beautiful dresses. And those beautiful treats?! Yeah they tasted as good as they look thanks to my friend Kelly from Sweets n Treats 317
. It worked out that all of Aniston's little friends were able to come and that they love all things girlie too. The girls ate dainty treats, sipped sparkling pink punch, opened wonderful goodie bags from some awesome vendors (will name below), and danced to the songs from Frozen. When it came time to blow out the candles Ani wasn't quite sure of the fire or the singing. And she didn't quite understand the concept of presents ha! Who doesn't love presents?! By gift bag number two she started to realize hey, I might actually want to open these. The party just couldn't of been any sweeter, and thanks to Karena Demerchant Photography
we will forever have amazing pictures to remember the day!!