Monday, May 23, 2011

Scout's Flower Birthday Brunch

This past Friday, this sweet baby girl turned one!!!!! We had her party on Saturday. I am going to share a few of my favorite pictures from my big girl's birthday brunch! The theme for the party was flowers in the colors of pink, purple, orange, yellow and green. We had her party in the gym at our church, and we put out riding toys at one end of the gym and basketballs at the other. Needless to say, there was no lack of entertainment!

This was the welcome table and view of other tables. I ordered the book It's Your Birthday from Amazon for everyone to sign for Scout. We also had the party favors on this table as well. We used little flower pots filled with treats for the favors to go along with our flower theme party.

A Close-up of the Party Favors
A few of the guests signing Scout's book

The Present Table (With and Without Presents)

Since the party was at 10:30, we did brunch foods. Our main course was pancakes with all the toppings. Here is a picture of the boys cooking the pancakes.

The Food Table (minus the Food)
A Close-Up of the Banner (It said Happy Birthday Scout)
Makayla feeding pancakes to Scout and her Best Buddies

This is what each table looked like with the decorations. Each one had two pictures of Scout on her monthly birthdays from throughout the year, a flower or oval doily for each place setting, a lantern, a gumball machine or planter and balloons. I stole the idea for the gumball machine from Sarah over at Life Sweet Life. She has a little boy who is only a few days older that Scout!

Here we are giving Scout her cake. She wasn't really interested at first, but then decided to dig in a little. You can't really tell from the picture but it was polka dots with a big one in the center. Also, take a look at her outfit. Did you notice the 1 on her shirt with pants to match? This was specially made for her by her Mama!

Scout had two sweet helpers to help open presents. It is a good thing they were willing to help because Scout was sort of getting tired by this time and decided she wanted to sit in her new car.

I still can't believe our baby girl is ONE! It has been such a fun and exciting year, and we can't wait to see what God has in store for us during Year 2!

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