Her party was at our local Gymboree. AG loves Gymboree and we wanted a place where all of the kids (ages 1-4) could really play and have fun. What I loved most about the party was all I had to do was show up 15 minutes early, set everything up and enjoy the party. They took care of the activities, following a timeline and best of all, cleaning up.
Since this was the first party we’ve done out of the house, I wanted to make sure I put time into decorations to bring in to make sure it screamed THREE! From pictures to a personalized dessert table to a banner and more. Everything turned out perfect, despite the rain and not starting making the decorations until 48 hours before the party. We now have a threenager and she had a wonderful time at her party.
Enjoy some pictures from her big day.
When planning her party, I decided to go with a rainbow theme to match Gymboree. I didn’t do too much when it came to the decor. I brought in balloons, made a poster board with pictures from the past year and bought a banner (gasp) from Target that matched the theme.
Little brother had the time of his life at her party too. He squealed the entire time and thew a fit when it was time to leave.
Catching the birthday balls.
Our family, minus a set of grandparents and a few aunts and uncles.
We’re grateful for our family and friends who were able to come out to celebrate our sweet girl.
Birthday shirt from Simply Made with Love
Party Banner from Target, along with the plates, napkins and party hats
I also designed the cupcake toppers, treat bag toppers and food tents. Click the links to download them.
Download the food tents here
Download the treat bag toppers here .
Download cupcake toppers here.