BAKE SHOP Birthday

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We believe in home-grown birthdays around here.  It’s how my Mom did it and how I like to do it too.  And we don’t indulge our kids with birthday parties with friends every year either. They have the even years to celebrate with friends.  The odd years are left for celebrations with family.

This year my No. 2 was turning 10 and wanted a BAKE SHOP Birthday.  We had a lot of fun preparing everything but had some special, last-minute help from our friends over at The Petite Party Studio.  They always help when we’re in a pinch!

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We borrowed this darling pink chalkboard frame.  I can’t believe they let me take it right off their wall.

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And the little shop is filled with all kinds of goodies for party favors and display.  My favorites are their pink bakery boxes.  They are SO cute!  We used these to put a little something for the girls to take home.  I also loved the little candy vending capsules.  We put a little necklace in there for each of the girls too.

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They even let me borrow their pink cake stand for Betsy’s cake.  I was in a little bit of a rush getting ready for this party but this cake stand helped pull everything together.

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 And this is the birthday girl, Miss Betsy, while we were in the middle of making cake pops. I ordered these pink aprons and chef hats off of this place and added puff paint for their names.

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This table of bakery supplies was a forecast of what we were doing at the party.

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 A fun shot of some of the paper straws you can find at the Petite Party Studio.  They usually have every color I need!

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And here is the birthday girl pictured with her friends in their aprons.  I told them one serious and the other funny.  I love them both!

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We set out for calzones but ended up with pizzas.  {You gotta roll with these things sometimes, right?}   Regardless, the girls had so much fun making and eating them!

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 And of course it’s birthday candle time.  I love it when they truly make a wish!

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 Everything turned out so sweet.  I hope she remembers it for years to come.

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