We celebrated our little senorita turning two this last weekend with a fiesta! It was a really easy and fun party, and I had so much fun. I didn’t get great pictures but here’s the highlights. I really wanted to incorporate cacti because I’m a little obsessed with it right now as well as the embroidered Mexican dress/bright color feel. I’ll tag all of the details at the end of the post.good topic for an essayOur birthday girl ready for her big party! I bought her and big sister dresses off of Etsy to wear and coordinate. http://farmgirlblogs.com/thomas-edison-essay/We had the party at my parents new house on the ranch. We did a fajita bar, cake, cookies, cupcakes, and tea in side. We had a huge water inflatable outside for the kids to play since it’s been a sauna all June.See the cake? Legit hot outside. But per usual, my sweet friend Chelsea with Scribbles Bakery knocked it out of the park again. She always gets my vision of how I want things and everything turns out almost too cute to eat. I am in L O V E with how adorable the little dancing senoritas and donkeys are. Ole! I actually had the cactus, banners, and table runners from an event we had at Farm Girl last year! I pulled the felt potted cactus from the girl’s room, and the cake stands and pitcher are from home. I only bought the disposable napkins, plates, utensils, and table cloth to decorate with. Such an inexpensive party.Paisley was such a big helper and is our little inventor/builder in the family. She’s constantly coming up with a new creation that blows us away. This girl made a burro pinata out of cardboard and streamers and worked all day on it for the party. It was adorable!!! She’s so creative and loved having a part in the party planning. Happy Birthday, sweet Scout! We love you bunches and cannot believe you are already two years old!
- Invitations: Jumping Jax Designs
- Sweets: Scribbles Bakery
- Cake Stands: Farm Girl
- Pinata: Paisley :)
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