Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Milk and Cookies Party





I can't believe this party is over. I feel as if it has been on my mind before he was even born... oh wait it was. I remember seeing a cookie monster cake at Harmons when I was pregnant and thought that would be a cute theme to do if I had a boy. Well I had a boy and his party went from cookie monster to Dr. Seuss back to cookies but with out the monster part. I did a take on a vintage/retro style of cookies and milk. I went to a lot of work building part of his decor, hunting out certain vintage things I wanted, and baking. So for the next while I will break down his party on what I did and how I did it, so stay tuned, but for now I am going to give you photos of the overall decor. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

I held the party at a park and set up different stations around to fill up the space. This helps getting 50 plus people moving around so it didn't seem as crowded. We had the Milk Station, Play station, Looking back station, Main table, and the Party favor station.

*** I was so busy the whole party and I took a lot of pictures but it wasn't until I got home that when I was using one of my lens that all my pictures were WAY over exposed so sorry about the quality of some of them.


The invitation:
by Dimpleprints.com







The Main Table:


(to see more details about the main table click here)














The Party Favor Station:







Milk Mustache molds purchased from Orson Gygi. My readers get 10% off everything in their online store. If you are local in Utah you can also do in store pick up. Enter BRIDGEYWIDGEY10 for your 10% off.

Cookie crisp and chocolate chips


"So sweet of you to come" party favor bags.


(to see how I made the hutch click here)

The Milk Station:


(to see how I made the banner click here)

Presents:


The Look Back in Time Station:

Photos with the bear from 1 week to 12 months old.

(to see how I made the picture frame click here)

The cake:
(I love how his tie matches the banner)




The Play Area:

 Jump house

 A tunnel


A bubble machine

Ballons seemed to be my kids favorite... So you are telling me I didn't have to bake 10 different kinds of cookies lol


Oh and a little healthy snack so the kids didn't pass out from a sugar high :)

Vendor Credit:
Invitation: Dimple Prints
Vintage Milk Bottles: Bake it Pretty
Paper straws: Gygi's
Mustache molds: Gygi's


My readers get 10% off everything in Orson Gygi's  online store. If you are local in Utah you can also do in store pick up. Enter BRIDGEYWIDGEY10 for your 10% off.




*** To see more of my parties click on the  party tab at the top of my blog.

24 comments:

  1. Bridget, wow! You went above & beyond any other one year old babies birthday party I have ever seen. It all turned out ADORABLE! You're hired. (when our little ones come along!)

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  2. What a fabulous party!! Your attention to detail is unreal. You get the #1 mom award for this one :)

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  3. Holy Moly Bridget! You really did go above & beyond. Good work. Everything looked so perfect (of course) & so yummy! Hope you are enjoying having a one year old. As sad as it is that they grow up, it really does only get better!

    xoxo

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  4. So many fabulous details, what a darling party!

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  5. What an adorable party!!!
    I just threw my daughter's 1st birthday and I was feeling the same way! It was so hard to host and do everything else. Orig her party was set to be held at a park inside a cute, white gazebo. Well, the weather got chilly and her party was moved in doors the night before. Talk about stress!
    -Heidi
    PS: I am thinking of doing Elle's 2nd birthday next year to the theme of milk and cookies. A lot simpler but yet keeping it cute and your son's party has a lot of inspiration!

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  6. TOTALLY DARLING EVERY SINGLE BIT. You have been featured on COM today. winks, jen

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  7. Too cute--I love the cookies around the bottom of the cake. The perfect touch!

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  8. just a darling!!!!! set up! so vintagey and cute and yet fresh & new - well done girlie!

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  9. what a precious bday party. You outdid yourself and your lil guy is too adoreable.
    My favorite pic is you and the hubby taking a bite of his cake. How cute.

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  10. This is very creative! Also, very yummy! Well done!
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  11. Great party! Did you make the milk mustaches?

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    1. Yes I made them. I purchased the molds here

      http://www.gygi.com/shop/index.php/wilton-mustache-fun-face-lollipop-molds.html

      and they are giving my readers 10% off their store. If you live local there is also free in store pick up.

      Code is BRIDGEYWIDGEY10

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  12. What a great idea for a first bday party! Adorable! I would love for you to share this (and any other creations) at Pin It and Win It Wednesday @ www.cheapcraftymama.com!

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  13. This party looks like so much fun! You put so much creativity into it! Awesome job!!! :)

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  14. Absolutely ADORE this!! Hope you can link this up at my new linky party Trendy Tuesday!! http://www.sweetlittlegals.com/2012/06/trendy-tuesday-4.html

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  21. Adorable…I am currently working on my daughters Milk and Cookies party! I have one question. You made 10 types of cookies but how many did each batch make. I'm trying to figure out how many "cookies" we need for all our guest. There will be about 25! Thanks in advance you can also email me back at emilymud@gmail.com if that is easier! I love your party!

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