Monday, April 18, 2011

{Featured Parties} A Leopard Safari Party all of the way from Cypress!

Andri, a darling client of ours from Cypress, shared photos from her daughter's beautifully creative Leopard Safari party.

I LOVE to see parties from other countries. They each bring new inspiration and ideas to what we are used to seeing.

Andri would fill me in on details throughout the party planning process and I LOVED that her house was transformed for the weeks before the party - it reminded me of my own celebrations. My husband is always laughing at me and my planning and I can imagine her husband was the same way.

Check out the details below!
Andri literally transformed her house into a jungle.
I LOVE the vines with poms and hand cut leaves throughout.... SUCH a cute DIY project!

First off, I love the entrance with the signage, vines, and animal print balloons....

Now back to the dessert table and decor....
The focal table is gorgeous, too!
I love to see the different desserts that other countries serve at their parties...

Check out the animal print cake! Love that pop of color on the top!

The children's party table.... (See their masks hanging with clothespins in the background? So cute!)
She used our printable patterned papers to create placemats....

Favor bag display...

Precious zebra striped balloons and the zebra pinata!
Bright cups adorned with printable party logos (from our Leopard Princess collection!)
Drink wraps...
Thank you, Andri, for sharing your beautiful party!

Our Leopard Princess collection is available in the shop!



Marm said...

What a unique party! Any idea how she made the vine? (Not the pom or the leaf part, but the actual vine.)

JC's Loft said...

OMG I'm in love with that cake! Serious cuteness!!!!


Lissa (Bellenza) said...

So great how she incorporated animal prints throughout the party decor -- including that fab cake and your adorable printables!

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