I was so excited when my little one wanted to have a Daisy Birthday Party this year, it allowed me to create a gorgeous layout with natural touches and sweet colors! Using white, yellow and green, I was able to give my venue a sophisticated and fun styling that I was sure Elizabeth and her friends would love.
I used a stark white cover to set the stage for my sweets table, allowing the yellows and greens of the decorations and snacks to really pop. On this table I showcased the cake that I made. It was a chocolate cake with Italian meringue buttercream that was covered in white chocolate, white and yellow meringue, Italian macaron and as a finishing touch, lots of colorful gummy bears! The cake tray was then circled with a ring of daisies for a sweet effect. A favorite treat that I made were daisy rings that were such a hit that I created a tutorial that you can check out!
At the guest tables, I used white again as a base, to blend with the other tables perfectly. I created adorable daisy centerpieces that stood low so the guests could easily visit while enjoying the decorations. Matching tableware added color and fun to the tables. I had white chair covers for an elegant touch.
On the other side of the room, there was other snacks including fruit, vegetables, juice, a daisy shaped quiche, and of course, even daisy picks for the cheese!
For the kids, Elizabeth had a fantastic Daisy Stand set up where her pals could get daisy headbands and green bow ties as well as lace ribbon wands to allow everyone to match the theme in a creative way.
She even had her own special lemonade stand outside for all the little ones to enjoy. Other activities that they got to participate in included giant chess, croquet, ring toss and an adorable little tea party tent.
To thank the guests for coming I put together favors which had copies of “A Secret Garden” coloring books, colored pencils and a packet of daisy seeds with “Forget Me Not” printed on them.
Vendor Credits –
Planning/Design/Styling – Silviya of Kurabiiki
Photography – Rachelle of Rachele Frickey Photography
Venue – Yokosuka Naval Base, Japan