A "Peace"-ful 2nd Birthday {guest feature}

You may remember Anne of A. Party Style from this Cookies and Milk 1st Birthday party.  Well, her daughter is now 2 which means she has designed another incredible party based on the Peace sign/# 2 sign.  Held on Labor Day weekend, there is a definite Americana style with lots of red, white, and blue.  You must see all the details.  The “photo booth” alone will knock your socks off!
The food and drinks matched the color scheme with blue chips and red salsa, and blue and red punch.
The “photo bus” was genius, and totally created by Anne’s architect husband.  Aren’t those the cutest pictures?!
Another fun idea is the mini sweets/favor wagon.  It’s the perfect height for the little ones to fill their own bag, and a new use for a classic kids wagon!  More favors were placed in small bags and consisted of props for the photo bus: glasses, bandanas, nacklaces, and tatoos.
Anne certainly thought of everything for this Peace-loving birthday party.  To see even more visit her post.
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Comments

  1. a. party style says

    Thanks Chris for the feature!!! What a pleasant surprise seeing my party on your fabulous blog! I really appreciate it.

    And thanks everyone else for such nice compliments!

  2. Ebony of Sparkling Events & Designs, LLC. says

    Oh this is sooooooo beautiful! I love love love it! LOVE that photobooth… how cute!!! Just perfection!

    Ebony

  3. Ebony of Sparkling Events & Designs, LLC. says

    Oh this is sooooooo beautiful! I love love love it! LOVE that photobooth… how cute!!! Just perfection!

    Ebony

  4. Ebony of Sparkling Events & Designs, LLC. says

    Oh this is sooooooo beautiful! I love love love it! LOVE that photobooth… how cute!!! Just perfection!

    Ebony

  5. beautyandthebeastfashion says

    The bus & the red wagons are so cute. I love this theme. Such a great idea. I'm always looking for new ideas for parties. This has inspired me. Thank you!

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