Wednesday, September 5, 2012

A Ballerina Bakeshop & A Vintage Dancer's Dream . . .

On this gloomy, overcast day in Southern California, a little something 'pretty in pink' might be just the thing to lighten up the mood, and this gorgeous double dose of ballerina is the thing to do it!

We'll kick things off with a more modern version of girly with this stunning 'Ballerina Bakeshop' birthday by Icing Designs, and then ease right on into a vintage dream with a showstopper from The Homespun Hostess.  Your day ought to be sunny & bright in no time!

Ballerina Bakery Party



Now this is a custom built bakeshop stand made by the little girls' grandfather, but you could get a bit more simple with a pretty buffet or white desk; or even layer a standard folding table with a bit of height from boxes or books and cover it all with a white tablecloth . . .


How about that gorgeous fabric ruffle garland?  Don't worry...there's a tutorial on the way so you can make one of your very own . . .



And I just adore these gorgeous, pink eyelet bakery boxes  . . .








Invitations, Paper Products & Design: Icing Designs / Photography: Bloom Photography by Meredith Price / Pom Poms: Paperwhite Designs / Paper Lanterns: Luna Bazaar / Peppy Toppers: Potter and Butler / Cookies: JP Creatibles / Mini Donuts: Dough A Deer

Absolutely amazing, right?  And moving right along, check out this different take on beautiful ballet inspiration with a step back in time, sure to stir up a few memories when you see some of the lovely details, designed by Sara of The Homespun Hostess and brought to us via The Party Wagon . . .

Vintage Ballerina Party




The birthday girl's mom made all of the decorations and her aunt did the desserts.  Now that is a talented family indeed . . .




Loving this hint of mint green . . .





And don't these cupcake toppers take you back in time . . .




Ahhh, milk glass....my absolute favorite!!













You just had to have one of these, right?









Vendor credits:
Party Styling and Paper: Sara De St. Jean  shop: PartyPapers
Blog: www.thehomespunhostess.blogspot.com
Photography: Maggie Russo Photo www.maggierussophoto.com
Ballerina Soaps- Madison Avenue Soaps
Desserts: Cecilia De Rolf

Ahhh, absolutely gorgeous and oh-so-girly too!!  Happy Wednesday!! Photobucket

2 comments:

  1. Where did you get the rack of ballet skirts from???

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  2. Hello,

    Where can I get the pink eyelet bakery boxes from?

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