When you’re as sweet as sugar and your mommy is a party loving cake artist, the only sensible way to celebrate your first birthday is Marie Ant”ONE”nette style!
Let them eat cake!
Cake artist Cynthia White of Caked by Cynthia White created an amazing party for her adorable little girl for her first birthday.
It was such a clever idea to do a Marie Antoinette or Ant”ONE”ette theme.
I have to warn you that there are a ton of pictures on this one. There were just so many cute pictures! I couldn’t narrow them down any more than this.
Everything was so well thought out and executed. Only the most amazing set of professionals could have pulled this off. See for yourself.
A perfect Party starts with a perfect invitation. These elegant invitations were made by designer Alexandria Lindo.
The look of the party is equally important and Cynthia pulled everything together perfectly with the help of Valash Events.
Guests were greeted at the door with pink champagne for the mommies and a hair and make-up session for all the little ladies of the court. Vanessa Pineda of VaVaVoom Artistry was the makeup artist who transformed all of the cute little girls into precious princesses.
Then, it was time to get dressed up in tutus that the birthday girl’s mommy hand made for each party guest!
After getting all glammed up, activities included cake decorating and party games such as donut-on-a-string, a game where donuts are tied to strings, held above each player’s head and eaten using no hands. Sweet, sweet fun for all!
Three lavish cakes by Caked with custom sugar roses by Cakes by Angela Morrison adorned one dessert table, while the smaller, more delicate desserts such as sugared marshmallows and chocolate covered apples (Baked With Love by Stephanie Perez), chocolate covered oreos and meringues (Sugar Loaf Brigaderia) were displayed in a china cabinet turned into a dessert station.
Cookie towers made to look like miniature cakes by You Can Call me Sweetie decorated each place setting at the tables.
After having their fill of fun and treats, party guests were sent home with the cake they decorated, loads of sweets and a t-shirt made by Diamond Graphics and Sports that read “KEEP CALM and EAT CAKE”!
And you can’t forget the smash cake pictures captured by the very talented K Ro Photography.
Delicious fun was had by all! Do you have a favorite birthday theme for a one year birthday? Tell us about them in the comments.