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Woodland Creatures & Little Red Riding Hood Birthday Party

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woodland creatures dessert table with toadstools and apple macarons

Hey there Little Red Riding Hood…this party’s lookin’ good! Dorothy Teng of Mints & honey styled up this beautiful Woodland Creatures & Little Red Riding Hood Birthday Party full of furry little animals and forest friendly treats. How cute is that little hedgehog & those acorn macarons? Not to mention every other adorable detail! This party would have even the Big Bad Wolf enjoying himself! ;)

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

  • Spotted deer cookie pops, hedgehog meringues & toadstool topped chocolate dirt cakes
  • Bird & toadstool ornament painting + a mini tree to display them on
  • Tree stump cake surrounded by Red & her animal friends + real tree stumps for seating
  • Hanging moss filled terrariums & wooden birds’ nests + moss & tree rounds covering the dessert table
  • Beautiful forest scene backdrop + glow in the dark fairy dust necklace party favors

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toadstool painting party activity

little red riding hood birthday party cake

acorn macarons and hedgehog meringues

woodland deer cookie pops

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hanging bird's nest party decor

hanging terrarium party decor

hanging woodland creature ornaments on a tree

bird painting party activity

fairy dust bottle necklace party favors

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PARTY DETAILS as told by Dorothy

We had a Little Red Riding Hood themed party for my niece, Charbelle’s 2nd birthday. My sister Canna and I had such a fun time designing and planning this party for my Little Red Riding Hood. We hung miniature wooden houses and glass terrariums filled with moss from the ceiling. One of my favorite details of the party was the dessert table. We decorated the dessert table with all things you would find in the forest: moss, mushrooms, bird nests, tree stumps, and of course, woodland creatures!

From the apple and pine nut macarons, porcupine meringues, deer and squirrel sugar cookie pops, both the adults and kids, alike, loved the incredibly adorable and yummy desserts created by my dear friend, Venues of La Vie Douce Design.

The kids painted bird and owl tree ornaments and ceramic mushrooms. In addition to the crafts, the kids got to take home necklaces filled with glow-in-the-dark “fairy dust.” From the desserts to the crafts and the decorations, Charbelle loved every part of her party! Most importantly, Charbelle enjoyed her 2nd birthday being surrounded by friends and family who love her the most.

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By |2017-02-20T08:49:42+00:00May 21st, 2014|Parties for Girls|

About the Author:

Hi, I’m Dayna, the newest team member here at Hostess with the Mostess, where, as the Editorial & Design Assistant, I have been introduced to this amazing world of events for the first time. I’ve absolutely loved meeting and getting to know all of you and seeing the amazing work you guys do! Here are a few fun facts to get to know me a bit better…

– I love to cook and bake, the more chocolate the better!

– I’m a certified animal lover and can’t wait to get my own pup soon

– I am a huge typography geek

– I’m one of those lucky people that gets to celebrate Christmas and Hanukkah :)

I’m so thrilled to continue to learn more about this industry and meet more of you! Check out my Party of 5 post every Friday for a fun mix of my favorite creative party albums from our social site!

6 Comments

  1. @CustomLabelsDep May 23, 2014 at 7:30 am

    We can’t get over how precious this #birthday #party is! Woodland Creatures & Little Red Riding Hood Birthday Party: http://t.co/i3511Rk7fb

  2. La Vie Douce Design June 10, 2014 at 3:14 am

    Thank you for the feature!

  3. Sam July 3, 2014 at 10:58 am

    Love, love, love this party theme! My daughter is turning 1 in a few months, and I wanted to do the same fairy tale. So many fantastic ideas!

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  5. Sarah January 6, 2015 at 9:59 am

    This is beautiful! I am doing a similar theme for my daughter’s first birthday party at the end of February. Where did you find all the tree stump platters? They add so much to the decor!

  6. alissa farias May 8, 2015 at 7:39 am

    Did you make the backdrop or buy it?

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