I just love seeing my customer's parties! It's always such a thrill to get photos from a party that I've done the printable designs for. And this pink Elmo inspired party brought a smile to my face! Michelle Harper sent in her daughter Ann Ellis' party, and I thought it would be fun to share it and some of the details with all of you.
Michelle says, "The Sesame Street Elmo cake design came from myself and was created by Louise's Cakes in Hoover, AL. They also made the pink cupcakes."
And the cake topper was a Bluehawk1982 design, a sweet little Etsy shop. A Dozen Eggs made the cookies and the Elmo lollipops were from Christine's Chocolate Creations.
The wooden Sesame Street on the buffet table came from Camry Jolee on Etsy.
The birthday favors included an Elmo coloring book, Elmo book, Crayola book, red popcorn bowls and were all purchased at the Dollar Tree. The crayons Michelle bought in bulk from Dick Blick.
Michelle made the ribbon topiary, too. Simply adorable!
She used a tutorial by Polka Dot Birthday and ribbon from Hobby Lobby.
Michelle made the door wreath for Ann Ellis as well. What a talented mommy! She found some instructions on How Does She and went to work creating a truly special keepsake for her daughter.
Michelle made her tissue poms for the party, too, using tissue paper
purchased in bulk from Nashville Wraps and instructions from Martha Stewart.
Michelle says, "For our activity, we had a huge Elmo bouncy for the children to enjoy!
Stacy Hart Photography in Hoover, AL, who is a friend of mine from church, captured every single detail and precious moment! She eliminated the stress of taking pictures, so I could focus on the children!"
Thank you so much for letting us take a peek at Ann Ellis' super sweet birthday party, Michelle! You did a spectacular job pulling together all the details!