Little Red Riding Hood is a classic that I always enjoyed as a child, and so it is fun to see the story brought to life through a party!  This party was given by Terri, of Terri’s Treasures, for her 3 daughters who have birthdays close together. 

It is very clever how the party treats incorporated the idea of what Little Red Riding Hood would have seen along her journey through the woods to Grandma’s house…

 

 The guests enjoyed making masks, posing for funny photos, coloring- and even following the trail to Grandma’s house…

The adorable baskets at each place setting were filled with treats~ and I love the name plates!

One detail that was so unique was the jar of chicken soup (made by Grandma, of course!) that each family was given as a favor…

The favor display is perfect!

Her twins were celebrating their second birthday, and her oldest daughter was celebrating her fourth!  What a great idea to have one very special party for them all together!

Such an adorable party, Terri!  Thank you for sharing~

VENDORS and CREDITS

Party Design by Terri’s Party Treasures – see Terri’s site for tutorials and more party photos!
Cake: Icing Tops the Cake
Cake Topper and Name Tags: The Purple Pug
Mushroom and Wolf Cookies: Dandy Delights
Little Red Riding Hood Cookies: Firefly Confections
Smore Pops: The Sweetest Thing
Table Banner: Stampin Fanatic
Party Printables: Bird’s Party
Party Cones + Double Sided Crepe Paper: Celebration TODAY…The Superchick Way
Wreath on “Grandma’s House”: The Knock Knock Factory
Printable Photo Props + Coloring Pages: Eye Candy Event Details
Photography: Wildflowers Photography
Photo Prop Wolf Mask: Mahalo
Little Red Riding Hood Fabric: Foxes + Fables
Backdrop, Cake Stands, Pop Stands, Pine Cone Placeholders: Mike (husband)

Capes + Aprons: Sweet Things
Applique on Shirts: The Sewing Loft
Necklaces: 3 Little Birds Boutique
Headbands: Nikki in Stitches

Playhouse: miss pretty pretty

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