Styling kids birthday parties is one of my favourite things to do! I love it. When coming up with the theme for Layla’s I wanted it to be elegant, dreamy and floral. White and blush being the main tones with a splash of black, for something different.
This gorgeous cart from Enchanted Party Hire was definitely the main attraction. Perfect place for the cake to sit as well as all the yummy goodies. For 20% off at Enchanted Party Hire just enter – ONEMUMSSTYLE20 at the checkout.
I loved this little space that I created especially for the birthday girl. A special seat just for her! I bought the cake topper and name script from Shartruese simply elegant and the balloon from The Pop Up Party Co which just made this space pop.
I wanted the kids to have a little space where they could sit and enjoy their cake, as well as feel important and special with their own little personalised bag from Cotton Gift Co as well as mask, lollies and play dough.
Mirror swan cake topper from TLeaf Collections 10% off using code ONEMUMSSTYLE
Chocolates, drink stickers and straw flags from Print and Party 20% off using code ONEMUMSSTYLE20
Cake stands from Enchanted Party Hire 20% off using code ONEMUMSSTYLE2
Cart from Enchanted Party Hire 20% off using code ONEMUMSSTYLE20
Swan Soriee art work from Pink Pom Pom Kids
Balloon Garland from Oh My Party 25% off all DIY balloon garlands using code HBDLAYLA
Swan biscuits from Little Bisckut
Layla is one mirror plaque from TLeaf Collections 10% off using code ONEMUMSSTYLE
Cotton Gift Bags from Cotton Gift Co
Foil number one balloon from The Pop Up Party Co 20% off all balloon orders using code LAYLAISONE
Laylas Top Knot from Mae and Rae 20% off using code ONEMUMSSTYLE20
Laylas romper from Tea Princess Aust
Wooden Cake topper and script name from Shartuese 20% off using code
Floral placemats from Kmart
Lolly jar from Kmart
Glass milk bottles from Kmart
Glass flower jars from Target
Green vine used on balloon from Kmart
Roses from Aldi
Cakes created by me. If your making cakes yourself, pre made icing is your best friend!
Swan masks created by me. I used glitter paper from Spotlight and white paper straw. I found a template for a swan on Google.
Palettes found on a building site and painted but you can get them for free from Bunnings
Wooden highchair found on GumTree and painted white
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