Whimsical Mermaid Birthday Party

Posted on April 10th, 2013 by Kara
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This captivating WHIMSICAL MERMAID BIRTHDAY PARTY was submitted by Kristina Geronsin of A Petite Soiree.

I think this mermaid party is so beautiful! Some of the things that I like best about it are:
  • The black grapes threaded onto skewers to look like seaweed
  • The fabric strip banner backdrop
  • The chocolate seashell cupcake toppers
  • and MORE!

Styling, fabric banner, printed signs and labels- A Petite Soiree
Photography- Hearfelt Memories by Kelly

Mermaid and Shark Cookies- Cookies Supreme

Macaron Pops and Clamshell Macarons- Le Pop Shop

Cake- Abella Catering

Invitation digital design- Modern Chic Tots

Childrens Beaded Necklaces- MissCoCoDesigns

Items used in this party available in Kara’s Party Ideas Shop:

Wooden Spoons

Mini Pedestal Cups

Lollipop / Treat Sticks

Square Plastic Milk Bottles

Striped Paper Straws

Jute Twine

Clear Cellophane Bags

Mini Cocktail Containers

Favor Boxes

Burlap

Pearl Gumballs

2″ Scallop Circle Paper Punch

    

 Here’s what Kristina said about planning the party-

“My twin girls love Mermaids, so a Whimsical Mermaid party was perfect for their birthday! I found a whimsical invitation design and after I added my own embellishments to it, that became my overall inspiration for the party! I did decide to add a few sharks “to the waters” so the boys didn’t feel out of place at the party! Not a girl to ever love purple, this party totally changed that! I chose a dreamy, soft palette of aqua and lavender. I made the hand tied fabric backdrop to create a focal point around all of the yummy sweets. The food was themed too, seaweed grapes, banana and peanut butter “sushi” bites and clamshell macarons were just a few of the menu items! I used a mixture of crushed graham crackers and brown sugar to make the sand look on a few of the platters to keep with the underwater theme. My friend did the cake pops with a coral design which I loved! I really wanted a special cake because my girls had been talking about a mermaid cake for weeks! I thought a soft ombre pattern with the candy coral turned out beautifully! For favors the boys got shark cups and the girls got chunky bubblegum pearl and aqua beaded bracelets with a starfish charm. All of the guests enjoyed the sand art activity too and loved that they were taking home their own creation! The party was a huge success and my girls still talk about their Mermaid Birthday!”

Items used in this party available in Kara’s Party Ideas Shop:

Wooden Spoons

Mini Pedestal Cups

Lollipop / Treat Sticks

Square Plastic Milk Bottles

Striped Paper Straws

Jute Twine

Clear Cellophane Bags

Mini Cocktail Containers

Favor Boxes

Burlap

Pearl Gumballs

2″ Scallop Circle Paper Punch

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6 thoughts on “Whimsical Mermaid Birthday Party

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  1. Roseann

    I love the seaweed grapes. Reminds me of the seaweed we used to ‘pop’ as kids when they washed up on shore.

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  2. Kortney

    This party is so nice:-)
    I am planning a whimsical mermaid party for my 2yr daughter
    and have some great ideas from your party.
    Great job!

    Reply
  3. meghan

    This is adorable!! Where did you find their tutus and where did you get the chunky beaded jewlery?
    Thank you!! Great job!!

    Reply
  4. Kristina

    Hi there! Thanks for the nice comments! I got the tutus from zulily and the jewelry is from Miss Coco Designs on Etsy! :)

    Reply
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