I can’t believe that I have a one-year-old!
I wanted to celebrate my beautiful, precious girl with a floral first birthday party.
We had such an amazing time with great food and an incredible environment filled with tons of flowers.
It was also an event that tried to support as many local businesses as possible!
My gift to Adalind was a painting that was done by Lexington Lettering.
It’s such a meaningful piece of art that I’m so excited to have in the house.
It was the perfect centerpiece in her floral first birthday party!
The flowers came from Bellaire Blooms.
I loved having local blooms to decorate with. They made the house smell amazing and were beautiful!
The Cookie Social made these adorably decorated cookies!
My Aunt made several of the sweets for the party. These flower cookie cups were made out of sugar cookies and filled with pistachio pudding, chocolate pudding, and lemon filling.
We had a ton of pudding left over that we had in bowls in case anyone wanted extra pudding.
My 3-year-old niece didn’t get the memo. So she kept licking the pudding out of the cookies and then threw them away. *shrugs* At least she was enjoying herself!
In addition to the cookie cups, she also made these cake pops.
They were funfetti flavored, and pretty much tasted like cookie dough. YUM!!!
Adalind’s GREAT GREAT Grandmother’s plates and teapots were used on the table.
It was such a special touch for the day that I loved getting to see.
A floral first birthday wouldn’t be complete without some floral cupcakes!
There wasn’t a cake (aside from the smash cake) so we had chocolate and vanilla cupcakes from Kroger.
Adalind’s smash cake was a funfetti cake with minimal icing.
Before it was time to blow out the candle, the cake was topped with a cute flower.
Her Aunt bought her a little plate that holds a candle that has roses on it that was swapped out when we started singing. PERFECT!
Favors were little rose shaped soaps in flower boxes. Such a fun touch!
Streamers and paper pom poms made a perfect photo booth area!
Everyone was able to take pictures and it was the perfect backdrop for when Adalind dug into her smash cake!
We had so much fun at her floral first birthday party!
The kids drew with chalk, played with bubbles and helped her set up several of her new toys.