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Lily’s Rose is ONE

Hi!! It’s been so long since my last blog, I am so rusty when it comes to blogging these days well actually this past year haha. Becoming a mom sure took most of my energy. But luckily I’m getting back into the swing of it. I wanted to share pictures from Lily’s first birthday party. It was such a fun and happy day. 
We held the party up at the camp where we live. There was plenty of room and it didn’t hurt that there is a walk in fridge that I was able to store all of the food and desserts in. 
My vision was shabby chic, and a rosy pink. I pulled some ideas from pinterest and got to work. 
First I reused these coffee filter pom poms that I made for my sister in laws bridal shower a couple years back. These are cheap and easy to make! They add such a festive feeling to an event. 
This is the only picture I got of them. 
 Next is the backdrop. I have used this backdrop for so many events but needed to change the color scheme. I went searching through my arsenal of fabric and found most of this soft pink, rosy color. I couldn’t of been happier with it.
We had a baked potato bar with all the fixings.



I saw this cool picture collage on pinterest on a much smaller scale. I have tons of extra fence boards and so my brother in law Todd made a stand for the back and Matt did a great job of putting together the ONE of pictures of Lily’s first year! I haven’t taken it down yet, I love it so much 🙂

Her monthly pictures hung near the drinks. 
 Table Centerpieces
I set up games, coloring, toys and face painting out on the deck for the kids.
I think this is my favorite part of the whole party, the cake. I made the cake but I did have some help decorating it. My first attempt was a run through a couple weeks before the party and lets just say it was tragic. So I called my friend Ashley who makes such beautiful cakes and she came and helped me. The buttercream recipe is delicious its Billy’s Buttercream. Side note, I did not add as much powdered sugar as the recipe calls for. 
The bunting banner was made using this free printable from The Resplendent 
Lily had a different smash cake that was made of whole wheat flour, bananas and applesauce, she hated it 🙁
As the kids left they got hot chocolate in a jar.
Lily was such a fun little hostess. We are so proud of the little lady that she is becoming. Having her in my life has forever changed the way I see the world. Words can not express the joy she brings. 

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    March 12, 2016 at 9:24 pm

    Ahhh perfect! ? I Love everything about the party starting with the welcome sign out front to her eating that "terrible" cake?. The details are spot on ??. Great job mommy! You and Matt are killing this parenting thing.??? love you,

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    March 12, 2016 at 9:28 pm

    Ahhhhh thank you Monique!!!! Wish you could have been there. Miss you and love you!

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