I’ve had so much fun putting together my newest collection for the little guys. I wish I could show you my dining room table (aka my packaging table- I dream of a craft room in my next house!!). Cuteness all over the place! Cars, street signs, traffic lights, just loving it! Take a peek at the invite and I’ll share the rest of the collection soon…

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>I know this mommy of 3 girls has a tendency to forgot the little guys so I am working on adding to my boy collections!! With a recent request for a sports themed party, I went searching my files. (Always feel free to ask about a party theme. There are just soooo many files I have hidden away. I may have just what you need!) This baseball themed invite is a simply a take on my Red Wagon Collection, but I just love the new feel. If anyone wants to loan me your son for his bday, I’d be happy to pull together the full stadium! :) I love this chalkboard scoreboard for the dessert table backdrop… You can see more of this “Batter Up” party at Kara’s Party Ideas. And how adorable are these cookies from Eleni’s New York! I know The Cookie Jar could whip up some super cute baseball cookies for this week’s giveaway winner!! Still time to enter! And then there is pinterest. Oh pinterest! A wealth of adorable baseball ideas! Cracker Jack party favors, backyard baseball, pennants, hotdogs… cuteness all over the place! All I need is a boy to borrow for the day! :)

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>Happy Monday! I thought you would enjoy seeing some sweet photos from a fun Red Wagon Birthday. Thanks to Hollan’s mommy for sharing with us!
What a great cake and look at those coordinating cookies in the mini Radio Flyer! So cute!
Printable napkin rings, banners and invites from the Vintage Red Wagon Collection are available in the shop HERE!

And how adorable is this applique shirt? It was purchased at A Mother’s Touch. You can order online through their facebook page HERE! Become a fan and let them know that the Sweet Peach Paperie sent you! :) I love the polka dot and red wagon balloons! The red wagon balloons can be purchased at PartyPail.com.
Happy 1st Birthday, Hollan! We hope you had a very special day! What a cutie! :)

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Calling all Superheroes!! A fun collection for the galaxy-saving boys in your life…soon to come!

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>Alrighty friends, prepare yourself. This is one sweet party! Such cute details, an adorable birthday girl and beautiful photography! Maggie’s 2nd Birthday….

The beautiful photos are compliments of Andrea Wood Photography. You can become a fan of her Facebook page HERE or visit her website HERE. If you are in the Atlanta area and need a photographer, check her out! This is my absolute favorite picture that she captured. That would be a framer!Be still my heart! Could the birthday girl be any cuter?! Love her adorable red barn smocked dress! I am a sucker for smocking!
Maggie’s creative momma did an adorable job of pulling together all the details! I love the centerpiece topped with the coordinating welcome sign. She purchased the hay bales from Michaels and found all the animals in the dollar bins at Target! She used gingham throughout the party including The Sweet Peach paper decor, fabric table square and gingham plates from Oriental Trading.
One cute detail not captured in the pictures were the signs leading to the backyard. Maggie’s momma put “Moooove this way”, “Baaaack here” and “Ewe made it!” What fun awaiting when they arrived!
The menu for this barnyard bash included the adorable “Hay Bales” of pretzels and hemp string, “Maggie’s Garden” of veggies, “Cow Tails” aka string cheese, and “Orchard Fruits” which were bushel baskets filled with whole apples and pears.
All the drinks were held in a red wheel barrow. Love that! Horizon individual milks with the cute cow logo, farm juice boxes from Trader Joes and water bottles with coordinating gingham wraps from the Fresh on the Farm Collection were ready for the little guests.
This was one great petting zoo! The animals seem so sweet and gentle according to the pictures and Maggie’s momma raved about the Little Red Barn Petting Farm. Visit their website. It made me laugh! I was expected a little “country” website, but instead was greeted by all the friends. Very cute!
This picture should be a pretty good testimony for their business! Maggie’s big brother had plenty of fun too!
Another Target dollar bin find! Now this one is awesome! How perfect are these red barn favor bags?! The felt barn bags were filled with small favor bags of the plastic farm animals, farm bubbles from Party City and a personalized sippy cup by The Paperdoll. That is one great party favor!

And cupcake toppers in coordinating gingham cupcake bake cups to top it all off…


Great work, Paula!! And Happy 2nd Birthday to you, sweet Maggie! We can’t wait to see what your momma has up her sleeve for next year! :)

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>I just love ALL the possibilities of this new party collection! Check out Mallory’s 2nd birthday party and you’ll love it too! :) Awesome job, Jill!!! And a big thank you to my dear friend Holly for all the pictures and photo collages. You can see more of her work at Holly Kittle Photography!
Mallory’s very talented daddy made the cherry pie-pops! How good do those look?! You can find the recipe on Bakerella. The adorable popcorn boxes can be bought at Hobby Lobby and the checkered donut wraps were found at World Market. Pumpkin donuts…. such a perfect idea for a fall party!
Mallory’s creative momma made the fabric banner above the food table and used empty wrapping paper rods to display.
A mini banner for the adorable birthday cake! For those local to the Chattanooga area, the cake was designed by Piece-a-Cake bakery in Collegedale, TN.
Favor tags from the County Fair Collection along with a mini petting zoo for all the party guests.
Every county fair needs some fun games!! There was a ring toss game using glass bottles in antique Coke cases. Gold and Silver wrapped chocolates were hidden in the pile of cedar chips for the coin dig and Mallory’s daddy put together a barn of hay bales and boards. What fun!!
The tin can toss game was made by wrapping some empty paint cans from Ace Hardware and the adorable bean bag toss game came from Hobby Lobby. Love Hobby Lobby!

Mallory’s grandmother surprised party guests with pony rides! So perfect!
Happy Birthday Mallory! What a fun celebration of you!! Can’t wait to see what your momma dreams up next! :)

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We had the sweetest time celebrating the girls’ 3rd birthday!  This summer, my hubbie took the girls on their first trip to the ice cream shoppe and it has been a prized date with daddy ever since.  So I decided we would create our own backyard parlor and the girls loved every minute of it!  What a special time of celebrating our sweet girls with dear friends and family!!  
Thanks to a very handy Gramps, the girls had an adorable ice cream stand waiting for them in the backyard the morning of their birthday. 
The applique ice cream shirts were ordered from Gigi Babies and I just loved them! The ruffled edges made them extra girly compared to the regular tee. Christy, the shop owner, was so wonderful to work with and is already making some Disney shirts for our upcoming vacation!  Be sure to visit her adorable shop HERE!  
I just love pennant banners for that classic ice cream parlor setting.  With 50s music playing, soda jerk hats and striped paper straws, we had some retro fun! 
 
Once ice cream was served, we gave each kiddo a soda jerk hat from The Varsity.  For the non-Atlanta friends, The Varsity is the world’s largest drive-in diner and has been open since 1928!  It’s a classic Atlanta spot for diner burgers, frosted oranges and “What’ll ya have?”

One of the girls’ birthday presents was the wooden ice cream set from Melissa and Doug.  I bought it at Michaels with a 40% coupon and got it much cheaper than paying shipping prices.  They LOVE it and have been serving up ice cream cones for the last 2 weeks!
Sugar cones and the cutest mini cake cones were found at Walmart.  I ordered the polka dot cups, striped cupcake liners and wooden spoons from Shop Sweet Lulu.  A great online shop for paper straws, balloons, favor bags and so much more!
The ice cream parlor printable collection is available for purchase, but hasn’t made it into my esty shop just yet.  If you are having an ice cream party soon, simply email your requests for a listing.
Another sweet customer and new friend offered her ice cream glasses for the party.  I have a bazillion paper straws left over from another shower so I was glad to use them!
Fun red diner baskets that I found on clearance at Joann for a quarter! 
Printable water bottle wraps from the Parlor Party Collection.
My dad has the sweet tooth in our family so I had some Red Vine licorice and cherry sours just for him!  It’s possible I had a few too! ;)

IBC root beers, glass cokes and ice cream were on sale several times this summer at Publix and Kroger so it I grabbed them when I could save a few pennies! :)

I used the diner paper dishes for sandwiches and snacks.  The sweet manager at The Varsity gave me a whole stack after our last lunch visit.  Never hurts to sweetly ask!  The individual portions look cute and are great for kids!
This may have been the most enjoyable part of the party…. teaching 3 year olds how to run a relay race.  I laminated the individual parts of an ice cream cone, added velcro to the back of each piece and hung felt squares along the fence.  With a basket at the other end, the kids assembled their ice cream cone by running back and forth to add each piece.  Their sweet giggles to play such a fun “new” game were priceless!!
After a sugar filled morning, I thought it only fitting to send our toddlers  home with toothbrushes! Another friend and customer used the same favor for her daughter’s sweet shoppe party and I just loved it!  With peppermints for the parents, everyone went home happy.  The favor sign is also available as a printable with the parlor printable collection.
And one more fun idea that I spotted in my party planning…
As each guest left, I took pictures to create a party album for the girls.  They LOVE looking at pictures of their family and friends.  I have also started pre-school with them this week so it will be a fun way for us to practice letters as well!
Each guest held the blank card that I designed and I then digitally added their name.
All fun must come to an end eventually. The girls had the best time celebrating their special day!  We have pulled the ice cream parlor into the backyard several times since to re-stage our party fun once again.  My sweet Julia always has a hard time saying goodbye.  At least Anna Claire leaves you with a grin! :)  What a FUN day! 
Happy Birthday, Anna Claire!  Happy Birthday, Julia!  I love you dearly and am so proud to be your momma!  You are my favorite 3 year olds in the whole wide world!! I will always love celebrating you! Can’t wait to party again next year!  Until then, stop growing up so fast!!  All my love!!
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One Fish, two fish, an orange fish, a blue fish! I think this is the cutest theme for toddlers… goldfish! My sweet friend Laura requested a orange and blue theme for her cracker loving toddlers! So many cute ideas! Lots more decor to come….

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> Jacob’s momma did a fabulous job of using the Under the Sea Collection for her little guy’s 3rd birthday!
I love this cake!! And how cute are these beach ball party favor cookies! I’m not sure where Jacob’s mom purchased the favors, but I saw some JUST like these at the Dollar Tree last week!
Adorable applique t-shirt to match the party theme!
Notice the tub of sand used to hold the fruit kabobs. Great idea!

Fish shaped watermelon skewers! Perfect pool side treat!
Cute, cute party! Happy Birthday Jacob! Your creative momma did a great job!

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>I’ve had the Thomas the Train song stuck in my head ALL day long so I figured I would continue the theme with this new train party collection. Designed for our sweet friend Brady, it is just perfect for the little conductors! Return address labels…
Napkin rings…
Favor Tags or print as Stickers…
Happy Birthday Banner…
All party decor including cupcake toppers, water bottle labels, welcome door signs, food labels, etc. are also available with the Choo Choo party collection.

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