I’m so excited to share this adorable Vintage Paper Doll Party with you all!
My first birthday party was a Paper Doll Party. It has special meaning to me, and has been a party theme I have wanted to design and style for a long time now.
I got the privilege to decorate the party for my little niece Georgia’s 5th birthday!
She was so sweet when she saw all the pretty paper dolls and tasty treats.
The party table was dripping with the most beautiful pink ruffled table cloth.
Georgia loved all the yummy treats and loads of gifts she received.
The delicious cupcakes were made by Market of Choice in Eugene, Oregon.
The Cupcake Toppers were designed with a mix of paper doll images, clothes and child’s age.
Cotton candy was put into clear mason jars and sealed with a cute Cotton Candy Bracket Sticker Label.
I love the POP of color it put off. This is the bagged cotton candy from the dollar store. It was so easy!
The cotton candy stays well in the air tight jars. I decorated the top of the jars with 2.5″ round pattern print stickers to tie in the color scheme.
Carnations were a great touch to the party table and smelled so sweet!
The beautiful Dessert Oreo cookies adorned the table and left kids smiling from ear to ear.
One of my favorite parts of the party table!
Sweet Cake Pops were delicious and had the cutest little lace tied to the sticks. Easy to eat and hold.
Coordinating Goody Bag Tags were designed for party guests. Paper dolls were on the tags with custom name and Thank you text.
Adorable vintage Paper Doll Invitations to invite the guests. Front and Backside printing too!
The biggest hit was surprisingly the glass punch bowl with juice. The kids loved pouring their own cups and kept coming back for more.
A glass punch bowl and ladle is something that isn’t around much anymore. It was a fun vintage throw back!
These would be so cute in a little girl bedroom or nursery!
Pretty folded Table Signs labeled the many treats and desserts.
Paper Doll Treat Packs were ready for guests to take home or play with at the party. They make a great take home gift.
Pink and white striped party straws fit perfect in a cute mason jar. Ready for little hands to grab.
The Paper Doll Cookies blew my mind! They were so real and tasted so GOOD! The birthday girl got to eat the Paper Doll Cookie. She felt so special!
Photography by: Sharaya D’Anna from She Loves Happy Photography
Desserts and Cookies by: Cakery Creation
Ruffle Table Cloth by: Michelle at The Scarlet Thread
Wooden Bracket Frames by: Two Hands Designs
Party styling, Invitations and Paper Products by: Andrea at Where the Green Grass Grows Designs