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As soon as I saw this elephant birthday party in my messages I knew that I had to feature it. Could it get any cuter than this?
This stunning first birthday party was submitted by Patricia of Sweet Part-t.
Whilst this party was for a little boy’s first birthday, you could easily customize it for a little girl and it would be just as divine. All the guests would seriously go nuts over this party!!
Patricia said about the party planning “A very cute elephant to celebrate the first birthday of a special baby boy! For this party Luca’s mother chose the red and blue combination, and his father designed the elephant used in the printables. White roses and hydrangeas gave a sophisticated finished for the sweet table. A fabric panel behind the table with the wood elephant and red balloon where anchored by two balloons bouquets. There were a lot of details: the birthday boy’s name on 3D paper letters, personalized candy holders, personilized mugs and plush elephants on blue buckets!”
Elephant Birthday Party Decoration:
The colour combination for this party works a treat, with classic blue, red and white. It is clearly a party for a boy, but any little girl attendees would also be giddy with the decoration and it has that classic baby feel. The elephants used in the display are gorgeous and I love all the matching ribbons and printables.
Elephant Birthday Party Food:
The one thing that really stood out to me from the dessert table were the absolutely gorgeous blue elephant bon bons. I mean seriously, how could you see anything cuter sitting on the table. I would have the dilemma however that they are slightly too cute to eat!
Patricia said “The desserts followed the theme colour combinations, and included delicious cake pops, sugar cookies, cupcakes, banana pudding, key lime pie, Brazilian brigadeiros and an elephants favourite food: peanuts! Elephant boxes where filled with chocolate cookies, delicate water bottles and we also had an “army” of cute bonbon elephants, modeled by hand!”
Thank you to Sweet Par-t for submitting this gorgeous party. Did it make you say “OOhhh” and “Aahhh” just like I did when I opened the email?
Have you ever held an elephant birthday party or maybe used this theme for a Christening? I’d love to hear about your party events, so please share a comment with us below.
Vendors & Credits:
Party styling & Sweets: Sweet Par-t
Cupcakes: Leila’s Delicacies
Cake: Cake Atelier by Gi
Planning your own elephant birthday party? Check out these party supplies to help set the scene….
- Blue Elephant Party Bundle
- Wilton Elephant Cake Pan
- 5″ Elephant Cookie Cutter
- Elephant 33″ Balloon
- Little Grey Elephant Costume
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