Want to throw a Fall Birthday Party or Harvest Celebration for your favorite “Little Pumpkin”? Well, this adorable party by Ellen of Ellen Bessette Events will give you tons of great inspiration pulling it off in style!
From darling pumpkin-themed treats – including a super-cute smash cake and mini fondant cupcake toppers – to “happy pumpkin” paper details by Frog Prince Paperie – to rustic decor like a fabulous pumpkins & pinecone chandelier wreath suspended over the dessert table, everything about this festive fall party is both creative and sweet!
Read on for LOTS more festive pumpkin pics + all the creative details (as explained by Paula of Frog Prince Paperie)…
PARTY DETAILS, as told by Paula…
“Having a fall birthday is a perfect reason to celebrate pumpkin style! The fall has it’s own spectrum of wonderful decorations that make a seasonal ‘Little Pumpkin’ party so much more fun. Ellen of Ellen Bessette Events styled this fabulous homage to the pumpkin patch for our little Maddy. There were lots of treats, cider, s’mores, apple bobbing, and of course pumpkins.
I have to say, it’s a hard thing to turn a Florida back yard in August to a beautiful fall scene, but Ellen did it with flair. Straw bales, autumn leaves, mums and scarecrows dotted the yard with a punches of color. I especially love the wreath she hand crafted to hang over the dessert table. The pretty arbor the table was set in was swathed in leaf garlands and the table covered in another handmade creation, a pom-pom trimmed tablecloth.
Sweet treats from Lynlee’s Petite Cakes (fondant toppers) and The Cookie Jar (sugar cookies) starred on the table along with cinnamon flavored popcorn, lollipops and rock candy treats.
The kid-sized table used a pumpkin filled with flowers as the centerpiece. Ellen made the party hats from scrapbook paper, maribou and ribbon for the little ones to wear. To decorate the backs of the chairs, she used oversized felt pumpkins and tulle to create a chair swag that really popped!
A sweet little smash cakes with a pumpkin top from Something Sweet Cake Studio sat on top of the straw bales that lined the party area along with some cinnamon sticks and cider to wash it all down!
Our little Maddy made an appearance to eat some birthday cake in a little pumpkin tutu and matching hairband by Titi’s Tutus .
Ellen’s fun and colorful fall party stylings were truly enjoyed by the children as they ate, drank and played games!”