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Ivy's Little Red Riding Hood Party (50 photos)
Our little girl, Ivy, turned six and she chose to have a Little Red Riding Hood party. It was a fun (hot) afternoon in the backyard. The theme was an easy one to work with - unisex and lots of creative options. I used red, green and white as the main colours to tie it all in. The dessert table was given a bit of a woodland feel with the backdrop, topiary trees and burlap ruffle tablecloth. The rag bunting was easy to make with fabric strips tied to twine. Ivy loved the chocolate cake I made, especially the peeping grandmother! Other things on the dessert table included toffee apple, little jars of candy, cupcakes with fondant toppers, chocolate and cookies. For savoury food we had a variety of things on offer including a manned hot dog stand. For favours, we gave an assortment of things (the Little Red Riding Hood finger puppets were a hit), packaged in cute berry baskets. For entertainment I made an apple pinata filled with sweets and small toys, a jumping castle, tattoos, face painting, pass the parcel (prizes included Little Red Riding Hood books), balloon sculpting and a a game where my husband dressed up as the Big Bad Wolf.
Concept, design and styling by Red Carousel.
Party props and decorations Red Carousel including handmade fabric bunting, tablecloth, drinks dispensers, platters, backdrop, paper decorations and balloons (www.redcarousel.com).
Cake and a selection of desserts by Red Carousel.
Cookies and cupcake toppers by Partners in Cake. Kids tables and chairs by Party Whizz. Jumping castle by Bouncy Castles. Photography by Allen Chong. Little Red Riding Hood party printables here: http://www.redcarousel.com/product/little-red-riding-hood-party-printables