Hippity, Hop, Hop… Look at Cal Go!

/ March 23, 2016/ 0 comments

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Little Cal is turning one! I can’t believe it has been a year since I designed this itty-bitty baby’s birth announcements. My how time flies. This little bunny dug into his first cake with his own bare hands at his first birthday party. All moments were captured for his 1 year debut by his proud mama; complete with custom donuts and adorable Peter Rabbit cookies.

The Decor

While I didn’t design any of the party décor for this party, I still wanted to give my dear friend and loyal customer props for putting this creative theme together herself. She had put cute water bottle labels on her party favors that featured a charming design of Peter Cotton Tail and Jemima Puddleduck. The labels said “Thank you for celebrating the Tale of Cal’s 1st Birthday with us!” She also put together a cute bunting sign that said, “Cal is one” The decorations were beautiful, Julie! You did it…again.

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The entertainment

The entertainment for the party was a bunny petting zoo. As you can see, Cal was intrigued by them in the play pin.

The food

Everyone was invited to brunch, but to keep with the bunny theme, Julie made some orange chocolate covered strawberries (click here for the recipe!), beautifully adorned cookies, candy, donuts, and, well, of course, cake!

If you have a little tyke that has a birthday coming up, and, if it happens to be during the Easter season, this is a great birthday party idea! You can easily find candy to fit the theme and a lot of your design elements will be easy finds since those beautiful pastel colors, soft flowers, and bunny home decor pops up during the spring.

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