Monday, August 24, 2009

1st birthday picnic party

For my daughter's first birthday I decided to have a picnic! I tied everything together with the color scheme of bright pink, pale blue, and mustard yellow. 
Here is the invite:
Lemon cupcakes, with strawberry frosting.
Every guest had their own sack lunch. I designed the menu in Illustrator then ran brown lunch bags through my desk top printer. I also created a sticker of my daughters face to seal the bags shut.
Some of the party people.
The kids got personalized muslin bags with little trinkets inside as party favors. I had the guests sign a book before they left so we can remember who was apart of this significant day.
Thanks to everyone who came and made this picnic party a success! And thanks to the many inspirational blogs such as Lovely Design, Oh Happy Day!, Party Perfect, and many more who gave me inspiration for this party!


Stephanie J. Robertson said...

so fun and happy and beautifully done- as with everything you do meg- love it!

Stephanie J. Robertson said...

oh and the boys love their personalized bags- thanks!

echo said...

how did i not know this blog existed??
i love it!!
loved your party, sorry we couldn't stay the whole time. and don't look too close at the present. i made a lot of mistakes.

The Price Family said...

This was the best themed kid party i had been to. Good Job Meg it was awesome.

J,D and Little B said...

totally RADICAL... you did an amazing job! I honestly don't think it can be topped!

liko said...

yes, um, from the looks of it you threw a damned good party!!

but you do everything so great!!

sorry we didn't make it, our loss for sure!

can some of your creativity rub off on me?? please?

i love how you print such lovely things - the paper bags, the invitations. so awesome.

i wanna be like meg.

Devin and Shira said...

soooooo cute! i wish we could have been there, that looks like so much fun! you are so darn creative it kills me, how do u come up with this stuff. you are super meg, watch out martha stewart!

Chris said...

I feel privileged to know you Meg!