05 Feb

Whimsical Winter Wonderland Party

Whimsical Winter Wonderland Party

Patricia’s (of Patty K Photography) son Ryan wanted a “snow party” for his 7th birthday, so she dreamed up a Whimsical Winter Wonderland Party with snowy, frosty details! She brought the outdoors in with snowflake decorations, frosty treats and a fun snowman game (wrap each other in toilet paper and whoever looks like a snow man first wins)!

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

– Hot Chocolate Bar, Paper Snowflakes & a mini sled cupcake display!
– White favor bags with snowman tags + red polka dots
– Donut “Snowballs”, Marshmallow “Snowmen” & Chocolate Covered Pretzel “Snowflakes”

Whimsical Winter Wonderland Party

Whimsical Winter Wonderland Party

Whimsical Winter Wonderland Party

Whimsical Winter Wonderland Party

Whimsical Winter Wonderland Party

Whimsical Winter Wonderland Party

Whimsical Winter Wonderland Party

Whimsical Winter Wonderland Party

Whimsical Winter Wonderland Party

Whimsical Winter Wonderland Party

Whimsical Winter Wonderland Party

Whimsical Winter Wonderland Party

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PARTY DETAILS, as told by Patricia
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My kiddos party was the event of the year and I had 3 weeks to put it all together. Ryan went back and fourth before Christmas on what theme he wanted and then finally he said “I want it a snow party”. North Carolina this time of year is very limited on the snow front, but I was able to make a winter wonderland in our home. And since his birthday is in January right after Christmas I was able to make it on a dime. The kids played games (Like wrap each other in TP and who ever looks like a snowman first wins. Love pinterest ideas). Then after presents and we went ice skating. Everything was pretty much from Walmart, Target, Party City, & Pier One. I made Marshmallow Snowmen, used DIY printables redesigned by myself from Pair of Pears and used confetti as cupcake toppers.

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VENDOR CREDITS & RESOURCES:

– Party Design & Styling, Photography: Patty K Photography
– Hot cocoa cups, paper straws & white cups with lids: Garnish
– Invitation (redesigned by myself to fit my sons theme), food labels, hot chocolate sign: A Pair of Pears
– Random decorations & candy: Walmart, Party City, Pier One, & Kohls

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2Comments

1
Wendy SAYS:

This is really sweet and a lovely way to merge the holiday season with the birthday party. Great job!

Reply February 6, 2013 at 10:24 am

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Kaitlyn SAYS:

Great party! What did you do for favors?

Reply August 14, 2013 at 5:54 am

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