Strawberry Shortcake 3rd Birthday Party

Posted on July 5th, 2012 by Kara
Comments 11

This darling STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE 3RD BIRTHDAY PARTY submitted by Amber Wright of The Amber Image has a special place in my heart. I had a Strawberry Shortcake party when I turned three! Such a cute party.

Amber said- “My daughter was turning 3, and she made the decision to have a Strawberry Shortcake party! It ended up being one of my favorite parties yet! I loved having all the strawberry desserts, especially the hand dipped chocolate covered strawberries…and the strawberry shortcake inspired dress just topped it all off! With tons of help from my husband, mom, brother, and sister in law…we were able to make all the food and set up all the decorations the day before and the day of the party! The birthday girl couldn’t have loved it more, her reaction to seeing it was, ‘Oh, you guys are AWESOME! Can I have a Strawberry Shortcake party next year?’”

Photography and Party Styling- The Amber Image

Balloons

Washi Tape {for cake bunting}

Burlap

Striped Paper Straws

Tissue Pom Poms

Mason Jar Drinking Glasses

Scallop Top Boxes

Bakers Twine

Bunting Pennant Flag Banner

Purchase the above Washi Tape {for cake bunting} here.

Purchase the above Bakers Twine here.

Purchase the above balloons here.

Purchase the above Tissue Pom Poms here.

Purchase the above Mason Jar Drinking Glasses here.

Purchase the above Paper Straws here.

Purchase the above scallop boxes here.

Purchase the above Triangle Bunting Banner here.

Purchase the above Burlap {for the bunting and table liner} here.

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  3. Kristina

    I was just wondering how you punch the holes though the tips of
    The mason jar lids.
    I personally live the idea.

    Thanks Kristi

    Reply
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