Ballerina Themed Birthday Party

Posted on June 15th, 2012 by Kara
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Isn’t this BALLERINA THEMED BIRTHDAY PARTY submitted by Leesa Booker of Cakes, Mudpies, and other Fun Crumbs precious?! I love the vintage desk that the desserts and cupcakes are set up on. The paper doll ballerinas are adorable, too.

Party details and vendor credits at bottom of post…

Party description & vendor list from Leesa-

“This past weekend we had my little Megs ballerina birthday bash! It was so fun creating this special event for someone so special to me. For months I have been making and collecting all of the special details that made this party what it was and I have the pinterest board to prove it!

Megan has always had a soft spot for ballet, so it was a no brainer deciding on a theme for her party! Here are just a few of the amazing photos from her party, captured by the talented Shillawna of Shillawna Ruffner Photography! I hope you enjoy looking at this as much as I enjoyed creating it!!”

Planning a similar party? Here is a list of the vendors used in this party:

Vintage cupcake toppers- My Holly Blossom

Birthday girl’s Tutu- Pansy Pie Boutique

Custom headband- Cozette Couture

Paper doll ballerinas- Sharon Esparza

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6 thoughts on “Ballerina Themed Birthday Party

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  1. Linda

    Found you through Pinterest. Love it! I need a party like one of these.; forget the kids! I will be coming back for inspiration when there is a fun party to be planned.

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