Sunday, January 17, 2010

Real Hip Hooray: Pink Poodles in Paris

Mia was a guest at a perfectly pretty parisian party recently. The cute age-appropriate twist was that it was all about the pink poodle. With lashings of pink and black, mini french yummies and adorable puppy details, the little guests returned grinning from poodle ear to ear.





Details we heart:

  • Pink poodle ears for all the girls on arrival
  • Patisserie-inspired party buffet filled with mini croissants, mini chocolate eclairs, those macarons, polka-dot cookies, bone shaped pastries, and raspberry meringues
  • Fabric awning suspended above the buffet for `store window' effect
  • Luella's boutique where the girls could `shop' for jewellery and cosmetics - all candy of course!
  • The much-adored Fifi the Poodle cake
  • Babycinos created from marshmallows and whipped cream
  • Eiffel tower drinking cups
  • Pass the Shopping Bag game - each guest retrieved a dog-bone shaped trinket box filled with crayons
  • Limbo beneath a boa of pink feathers!
  • Goodie boxes overflowing with poodle-inspired gifts - bracelets, stickers, notepads, and even fifi herself
Sonia's style file:

  • Invitations, paper accessories and signage - designed and created by Sonia
  • Cake - lovingly homemade from The Australian Women's Weekly Kids Party Cake Book
  • Black spotty fabric for awning - Spotlight
  • Party accessories and tableware, Poodle pinata, poodle ears and poodle goodie boxes all from birthdayexpress.com
  • Spotty baking cups and sugar bow toppers from sugarlandcaketoppers.com.au
  • Gift wrap, ribbon, flower dishes from Details, details!
  • Striped parlour - available for hire (Brisbane Only) from Details, details!

5 comments:

Dee said...

What a divine looking party!

Lovely Scribbles said...

Oh my goodness, this party is WAY too cute!!

Rosemary said...

I want my 25th birthday party to be just like this one!!! So chic! br

Kim @ Frostmeblog.blogspot.com said...

just stumbled on your blog! Great ideas! I'm a fan!

Kim @ http://frostmeblog.blogspot.com

Sue Sparks said...

Love, love, love it!!!