I am so excited to share this Winter ONEderland party I planned for my ADORABLE nephew’s 1st birthday.
My sister asked me back in July to help her plan the party and one day while we were at my parent’s house inspiration struck. Inspired by penguin plates from Target my sister thought it would be the perfect theme for her son’s winter birthday. I worked with Carli at Dimpleprints to create the perfect Winter ONEderland party package. We decided to use crisp bright whites and blues for the perfect wintery color pallet.
I pulled out some old Christmas decorations and transformed my sister’s house into a Winter ONEderland with lots of fun details! So grab a warm cup of coca and enjoy this frosty, fun and oh so sweet party!
I couldn’t have done this party without the help of my mom & sister and some incredible vendors! My sister made the large cutouts for the yard, aren’t they darling?! And with the help of Pinterest she also made the penguin bean bag toss game, which was a big hit with the kids.
My mom made the penguin bowling game from recycled drink bottles.
The beautiful cake was yet another masterpiece by my mom. We had to gently coax her into making it since she went on a cake strike and swears they never look good when she makes them…I would have to disagree! And of course the cake wouldn’t have been complete without the SUPER fab fondant penguins and polar bears made by Maria from Love and Sugar Kisses. Maria also made the incredibly cute fondant cupcake toppers. I love thee little guys, they may even still be sitting on my counter (I couldn’t stand to throw them out!)
The sweet cookies were ordered from The Cookie Jar and they did an excellent job matching the party package.
And the “happy trees” from Piggy Bank Partiescoordinated perfectly with the party package. They really do make me oh, so happy.