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This next party by Jenny Raulli of Bloom Designs is a sweet play on her brand that also makes me so excited for spring & summer! It was her daughter Charlotte’s eighth birthday, and the two made a deal: if there was a cotton candy machine, then mom could design the party inspired by her business name. (I think it was excellent negotiating from Charlotte because hey, what little girl doesn’t want a party all about pink and flowers anyways, right!?) So, that’s how this creative & Perfectly Pink Flower Bloom Birthday came to be! See how Jenny brought it all to life + Charlotte’s happy smiles of approval below…

PARTY DETAILS to look out for:

  • Silhouette script “Charlotte” cake topper with crafted paper flowers
  • Flower shaped sandwiches on a pink polka dot tray + flower adorned pink macarons
  • “Bloom where you are planted” lunch table sign + adorable paper flower garland
  • Petal Punch, pink tissue flower table runner… and did I mention lots more PINK!?

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PARTY DETAILS, as told by Jenny…

This party that I styled for my daughter Charlotte is very close to my heart. Since my company’s name is Bloom, I have wanted to style a Bloom Party for a long time. Charlotte loves pink and was happy to have this party theme as long as she could have a cotton candy machine. Done!

I wanted the party to be simple, clean and modern. I choose a mint, blush and raspberry color scheme and kept all the décor, invitation and printables very basic. Since the party was towards the end of summer, I was worried about what fresh flowers would be available, so I decided to use only paper flowers. Luckily, I have a Silhouette Machine that helped me cut out tons of flowers. My favorite part of the party was the clear balloon that I filled with flower confetti. We used lots of tissue paper pom poms to make the flower centerpieces and backdrop for the dessert table.

The focal point of the dessert table was a simple white cake that I decorated with a gingham ribbon and paper flowers. Other sweet treats included cake pops, macarons, sugar cookies, jar of milk and cupcakes all fancied up with fondant flowers.

Lunch was served under a sign that read “bloom where you are planted”- one of my favorite sayings. The girls ate petal pasta, garden greens, blossom bread and petal punch and then had some fun painting-a-posey, making flower vases and decorating flower boxes. They loved making their own cotton candy. The girls got to pick their own party favor off of a cart from Ikea that I sprayed to match the party.

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