This sweet little birthday girl loves strawberry lemonade- and so her creative mom, Kristina, turned her favorite drink into a perfect party theme with a vintage vibe!

I love all of the details of this party- beginning with the cute, customized invitation…

The strawberries in the blue baskets are just beautiful!

The cupcakes for the guests- I love the stand, too!

And the adorable cake for the birthday girl…

Notice the vintage crate used for the serving table and the sweet bunting that decorates it?  Simple and sweet~

Of course, there was lemonade!  What a cute way to serve it!

These cookies are almost too pretty to eat!  Beautiful!

WOW!

The party favors are a perfect touch!

My favorite photo from the party…

Not only is mom, Kristina, talented at putting together a great party— she also made the appliquéd shirt that the birthday girl is wearing!  How special!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, BEAUTIFUL GIRL!

After all of the yummy treats, the birthday girl and her guests were treated to dancing led by Ava’s dance teacher- tutus and all!!  What a perfect day!

Party Design by Modern Frills- https://blog.modernfrills.com/

Birthday Girl’s Shirt by Modern Frills on Etsy  https://www.etsy.com/shop/modernfrills

 Party Paper Goods- Anna and Blue Paperie https://annaandblue.blogspot.com/

Cookies by The Adventures of Sweet Sugarbelle  https://www.sweetsugarbelle.blogspot.com/

Cake and Cup Cake Stands by Delightfully Lovely by OliviaDru https://www.etsy.com/shop/OliviaDru?ref=pr_shop_more

Straws and Strawberry Baskets- Shop Sweet Lulu https://www.shopsweetlulu.com/

Twine on Lemonade Bottles- The Twinery https://www.thetwinery.com/

Party Photography  https://www.akaphotography-dfw.com/

Photo on Invitation by Kate Ward Photography https://www.katewardphotography.com/

Birthday Girl’s Rosette Headband- Sweetharts  https://www.etsy.com/shop/Sweetharts?ref=pr_shop_more


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