“Apple Of My Eye” Birthday Party {Guest Feature}

You won’t believe all the apple details in this ADORABLE “Apple of My Eye” birthday party from Bloom Designs. Jenny created the party for her daughter using an unexpected color combo of pink & green, and with all the ideas from an “apple stand” to apple themed treats and activities, you are sure to be inspired {if not blown away}. Check out every thoughtful detail and read what Jenny has to say below…

“I created this Apple of Our Eye party for my daughter, Charlotte’s, sixth birthday. I did not want the party to feel like a harvest so I incorporated crisp, modern printables and a preppy bright pink and apple green color scheme. I wanted the focal point of the party to be an apple stand where the desserts would be displayed. I found a tutorial on how to make one on the blog, Lil Luna and decided to build it. I had the wood cut to size when I purchased it, so I basically just had to screw it together.

My 10 year old daughter and her friend made the bunting for me using different hot pink and white fabrics. I had a local print shop cut a vinyl decal for the lettering. The farm stand and crates used for display were painted to match the pink on the invitation.

The girls treated themselves at the farm stand, which was filled with apple cake pops, apple cupcakes, applejacks, and candy apples. There was also ice cream scooped in candy cup and shaped to look like apples complete with wooden stem or spoon. They also loved the M&M apples done in baking cups as well

“When the little guests arrived for lunch, they untied their apple baskets from the backs of their chairs and dined on applewiches, harvest chips, mac ‘n cheese, apple sauce and of course a crisp green apple. They sipped on apple juice and lemonade served in glass jars. Each girl had an apple of our eye gumball tube at her place setting. To make the placemats, I simply made a document on word and then had it enlarged on thick glossy cardstock at my local printers.

After lunch the girls did ‘apple of my eye’ make up, made paper mache apples using left over fabric from the bunting, and made apple necklaces. They also made their own mini apple pies in mason jars that we called, Charlie Pies- my daughter’s nickname. 

Party favors were apple of my eye t-shirts.”

Party styling – Bloom Designs / Printables, Favor bags, Pipettes, & strawsBloom Design on Etsy



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About Chris

Chris Nease is a party stylist and home entertaining expert with over 15 years of experience. In addition to her work as founding editor of Celebrations At Home, Chris is an editorial stylist and has contributed to Homes.com, SheKnows, and countless other websites. Most recently she was featured in Celebrate magazine, and her work has been published in Woman's World, Ocala Style, Yum Food & Fun for Kids, and Cottages & Bungalows.



  2. This is so darling!! I am loving this sweet apple theme. Love the lunch basket idea, and the apple pies in jars!

  3. Bloom Designs Online says:

    Thanks ladies for your sweet comments and a huge THANK YOU to Chris for sharing my project. It is an honor.

  4. Wow, what a gorgeous looking party – Charlotte is a lucky girl! I’m totally in love with the bunting idea… I’m making bunting for my wedding reception from fabric I bought online at http://www.partyfabrics.com

  5. Beautiful! Love the colours and the flavours are certainly lovely, I am sure.

  6. Love this party…..everything is so cute!!!!

  7. SOO adorable!! Seriously, you did a great job!! And thanks to linking to my lemonade stand. :) XO

  8. Absolutely love this party, especially love the little pails on the on the backs of the chairs!



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