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little red riding hood 1st birthday party

Over the river and through the woods, to Grandmother’s house we go! Deep in the woods lies this stunning Woodland Little Red Riding Hood 1st Birthday, flawlessly styled by Pinky Francisco of The Party Studio. Painted toadstools, woodland trees and oh, what nice sweets you have (the better to eat, my dear!) Seriously — those Little Red cake pops could not be cuter. I feel like I’ve stepped right into a fairytale & there’s no big bad wolf here! ;)

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

  • Red gingham tablescapes beneath a red & white tented ceiling with paper lanterns & flower garlands
  • Stunningly detailed toadstool topped tree stump cake with Little Red, Grandma & the Big Bad Wolf
  • Snail macarons, apple cake pops & toadstool topped cupcakes + woodland decorated food carts
  • DIY painted toadstools, baskets of apples & a woodland path photo booth backdrop
  • Mini hedge & wood round centerpieces + twine wrapped vases & Little Red basket party favors

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PARTY DETAILS, as told by Pinky…

When Mommy Sharlien asked me to do a Little Red Riding Hood for her daughter instead of Alice in Wonderland, I wanted to hug her because this will be our first time to do this theme. We drove away from shabby chic by not using so much whites, we’re more into rustic designs. Mommy Sharlien preferred a forest-y approach, so we use crates, real plants, brown twigs, some flower and leaf vines and the color schemes are red, browns and a minimal whites. I love the small DIY mushroom made by one of our staff. I personally like the photo-op wall photobooth and dessert buffet.

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