Ballerina Birthday Party

Tiny dancers twirled in tutus while they celebrated this little ballerina's 4th birthday!  
























All designs and event decor designed and styled by Lanissa Youngquist of Sweet and Petite Party Designs.

Blush and Rosé Gold Bridal Shower

Hooray for Rosé !

In love with the airy, bright and lovely designs we arranged for this Blush and Rosé Gold Bridal Shower!   The cozy West Seattle home of the Maid of Honor was a beautiful setting to celebrate an intimate party with the Bride's family and friends.  We began with greenery and soft blushes and balanced the subtle decor with some fun balloon designs.  The guests enjoyed brunch, sparkling Rosé and a few classy shower games as they celebrated the Bride to be!












 








 Designs stylized by Lanissa Youngquist, Sweet and Petite Party Designs.










Sunflower and Pumpkin 1st Birthday!



Josslyn was born the week before Halloween and her older sister called her “Sunny Girl” while I was pregnant with her.  So it only made since to make her 1st birthday party filled with sunflowers and a festive fall theme!   



We made it a costume party and I created photo backdrop outside below the fall leaves.  I created the pallet backdrop from an inspiration found on Pinterest: http://mydiyenvy.com/diy-pallet-wall-tutorial/3/.  I’ve used this design for several events as well as yard décor.  Wooden crates were filled with a variety of pumpkins, seasonal flower arrangements within some  pumpkins and also in re-purposed tin cans wrapped with fabric.  




 


The fabric patterns are also seen in the garlands throughout the event.  The birthday girl’s darling highchair is a thrift store snag for $10!  It just needed a little color and décor.  I coordinated with an Etsy seller to create Josslyn’s onesie to match the same fabric that I was using in the party: https://www.etsy.com/shop/HazelandEloise.  My mom sewed her tulle skirt and I added the tulle fluff on the shoulders to complete the outfit.


 









  For the table backdrop, I painted on burlap and added tissue sunflowers made from a Martha Stewart kit.  The sunflower smash cake was made by a local Safeway, but for guests we served a variety of homemade seasonal pies- which everyone agreed was fabulous in lieu of cake!  I did make a few sunflower cupcakes for kiddos with Oreos as centers. 



The little guests also had a crafting corner and festive take home bags with loot such as: fall stickers, necklace kits, colored sunflower seeds and planting seeds.  All ages enjoyed posing for the photo booth and all of the festive decor!




Event designed and photographed by: Lanissa Youngquist of Sweetandpetitepartydesigns.