Snowflakes shimmer and frosty colors pop in this fantastic first birthday party!  A ONEderland of snow and sweets, and complete with cozy sweaters and warm wishes… this party is designed by Kristin of Paige Simple Studios.  This is one wintry mix that everyone would welcome!

I love the gorgeous snowflake cookies that hang from the tree branches!  What a great centerpiece!

Frosty bottles of milk and cozy coozies with cocoa await the party guests! 

I just love the cable sweaters on the cocoa!

Kristin served so many yummy treats~ like these giant marshmallows dipped in chocolate and covered in sprinkles!

Cupcakes with adorable snowflake toppers…

I always love Rice Krispie Treats dipped in chocolate for a really great party treat that is easy and so cute!

Simple wafer cookies dipped in snowy white chocolate~

Containers “to go” are always a great idea for dessert tables so that your guests can enjoy and/or share the treats after the party!

Kristin added gumball favors for the older guests~

And, smaller ones for the younger guests…

Such a wonderful way to celebrate a winter birthday!  Thank you for sharing your party ideas, Kristin!

VENDOR CREDITS:

Styling & Printables | Paige Simple Studio

Photography | Captured. photography

Snowflake Cookies | Goosie Girl

Fondant Snowflakes & Misc. Supplies | CakesAndKids.com

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