Dance and Twirl Birthday Party


When I asked the baby what kind of birthday party she wanted to have, all she gave me was "tutu." So I ran with it. There are three truths we know about Kerigan: 
1. She loves tutus & toe-pointing 2. She loves purple 3. She loves to party. 
And that is how our "dance and twirl" party was born. 

When you search Pinterest, you don't get a ton (or any) results when you type in "purple tutu party" so a lot of this is just purely Kerigan-inspired. The dessert table decor was found mostly at Hobby Lobby. I would keep my eye on sales...especially tulle. The cake...from our fave, Confectioneiress

photo courtesy of: @confectioneiress on instagram

Her invitation was on display at the dessert table as well. We couldn't be happier with lalunadesigns. When I pitched my vision to other designers-they seemed too busy for me. But at Lalunadesigns-she listened and delivered. She also provided matching water bottle labels and thank you cards.





Party favors included: tutus for the girls and ties for the boys 

Our sweet birthday girl posing for pictures


For entertainment, we hired Shoobee loo out of Indianapolis. Friends, if you EVER need an hour of entertainment for 0 to 5-year-olds...please consider Michelle at Shoobee Loo. She made the party and our birthday girl couldn't have loved the music and dancing more. 


Kerigan has a pig on her head...

I love this photo...of all the tutus and the "happy".

The best we could get of (almost) the whole crew. Sixteen kids from 3 months to 4 years. I consider this a win.

Singing happy birthday to our little lady

Blowing out her candles!

She recruited some help...such sweet friends :)

I love the friends and all the purpleness

Don't ever mess with a birthday girl in a tutu

What a precious party! We will treasure the memories forever. 
Happy Birthday, Kerigan Kay!

See Kerigan's first birthday party:

5 comments:

  1. Lovely birthday party. I am in love with the décor. The arrangements are wonderful. I loved the birthday cake a lot. Kids doing tutus are looking adorable. Want to have something like this for my daughter’s birthday too booked at one of the best New York venues, she will love it for sure.

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  4. I like the idea of playdates and how it come together plus the theme and everything. Here in the Philippines, such aren't enough way to celebrate a party as when we celebrate we celebrate big and sometimes assistance from a kiddie party planner is good kind of help in this situation more so if you have the budget.

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