As soon as I started party planning, I knew it would have to be bunny themed. Get ready for picture overload! Her beloved Bun Bun is an absolute must when she's sleeping and she even asks for "Bun Bun" if she's playing and feels the need for some bunny time. I headed over to my Pinterest and started to search for bunny themed parties, food, etc. I literally found less than 5 different things leading me to use my imagination for the rest. I absolutely love how the decorations, food and whole party came together. Our family is so large so we were hoping for a nice day to sit outside and it was exactly that...for about an hour then the sun showers came and it was a dash to get inside. Best part of the rain shower was the double rainbow after...perfect picture prop:)
On to the decorations and details...
I used this tutorial to make the tissue paper garland and I loved how it turned out. We actually still have it up on our mantle! For some snacks before the main food, I set up a veggie tray and also used clear cups to put together some veggie cups so people could just grab one and mingle. The toothpicks were found at HomeGoods and they were one of my most favorite parts of the decor. Unfortunately, I was running around and wasn't able to get a good picture, but the sign says "Olivia's veggie patch."
I also used the toothpick bunnies to label all of the food and they came out super cute! To make the labels, I bought scrapbook paper with a grass print and just used basic toothpicks in between two pieces and stuck them in black dried beans and mini flower pots.
The drink station consisted of different sodas, water bottles, and Livvy's strawberry lemonade. The paper straws were also one of my favorite details. The pink striped straws came from the dollar spot at Target and the vintage floral straws came from Home Goods. I've seen similar ones on Etsy. The bunny bucket came from Target, as well.
Her birthday bib was from Carter's and my brother and his girlfriend gave Livvy her special birthday highchair decorations.
We had the most amazing cake from a local baker and it was absolutely delicious and stunning! It was amazingly detailed and exactly what I had envisioned for her party! We also had super cute bunny cookies and a hot pink smash cupcake topped with a sparkly "1"
Singing Happy Birthday was a big hit and at first she was hesitant about eating her smash cake, but then she dove in!
To put on her gift table, I made a huge chalkboard poster to celebrate her one year milestones. To create this, I used a black foam-based poster board and metallic markers.
On her actual birthday, we went to a local park and had a family picnic and later that night she enjoyed her first ice cream cone!
Hope you enjoyed the bunny details of Olivia's first birthday party!