10 Dec

Playful Noah’s Ark Twins First Birthday {Korean Dol}

dol ceremony table

This Noah’s Ark First Birthday is double the fun! It’s a Korean Dol Celebration for twins Jacob & Jayden, dreamed up by friend Jennifer of May Details. The playful giraffes and fun colors just make me feel like a bright ball of cheer! For more twin first birthday ideas click here and here.

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

– Apothecary jars filled with party hats & custom candy bars on blue crinkled kraft paper
– Birthday Cake with candy balloons + printable topper tied with a purple bow
– Giraffe stuffed animals in embellished plant pots with paper balloons
– Dol raffle jars tied with orange, blue & purple ribbons

twins first birthday dessert table

first birthday dessert table

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giraffe kids birthday

noah's ark kids birthday

twins first birthday

giraffe party favor bag

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PARTY DETAILS, as told by Jennifer…

This party was a small family gathering for my dear friends’ twin boys first birthday. We went with a ‘Two by Two’ Noah’s Ark theme with two twin giraffes as our main image.

She wanted to keep it simple and sweet so I designed the Dol table and the Doljabi game area for her in the living room. She had traditional Korean first birthday favors, which is Korean sweet rice cakes, with a thank you label I designed. The Doljabi game area was displayed on the mantle of the fireplace. The guests were told to deposit their tickets into the containers of their choosing.

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VENDOR CREDITS:

– Party Decor and all Printables: MayDetails
– Photographer: Matthew Lee
– Cake and Cupcakes: Portos Bakery and Cafe

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Esmeralda Valague SAYS:

This is an adorable theme for a one year old party, not too grown up! It may be fun to have a professional face painter paint the faces of the kids as one of the animals from the ark. Or a petting zoo would be fun and educational. One year olds often can’t comprehend birthday parties but they love the sights and sounds and senses of animals!

January 27, 2013 at 4:42 pm
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