This gorgeous and adorable party was designed by LookieBoo for her little girl who was celebrating her 2nd birthday.  Her parents have always called her their “Beauty Queen” which became the obvious theme for her celebration.  With a windy, rainy day to add drama to their day, the party was rushed inside and displayed beautifully.  LookieBoo definitely earned her crown with this delightfully girly party for her daughter, Ruby Mae!

The desserts were full of Beauty Queen Bling- sparkles and shimmers were all around…


Pixie Sitx Pinwheel Wands…

The party favor bags are lovely and packed with sweetness…

The Birthday Girl with one of the adorable photo props~

What a precious Birthday Girl~

And a gorgeous celebration!

Thank you for sharing this sweet and sassy party, Lookie Boo!  What a unique theme!  

You can find this party and more at LOOKIE BOO

All photography by the amazing Ryan Doyle Photography!

Visit Ryan Doyle Photography’s website and be sure to like him on Facebook!

Tiffany, of Lookie Boo, refers to this party as “The Party that Etsy Built”…below you will find a list of vendors all from Etsy that contributed to this party!

The PARTY That Etsy Built Shop Index:

 Beauty Queen Custom Place Mats by Flair Designery LLC

Beauty Queen Custom Sash by Ribbon Personalized

Cakepop Stand in Pink Glitter by Glitter Magic 23s

Cupcake Confetti Birthday Tassle Garland and Balloon with coordinating Garland by Studio Mucci

Chalkboard Heart Disposable Cups with pink straws by Sweet Kaity

Crowns with custom names in Pink & Gold by Casanees

Custom Candy & Water bottle labels by iCustom Label

Diamond Bling Sugar Cookies by The Fancy Lady Gormet

Diamond Toothpick Cupcake Toppers by EEA Design

Eat Me Party Toothpick Cupcake/Macaroon Toppers by Vintage Twee

Glamor Princess Bling #2 Candle by Little Miss Mraz

Festive Fringe Drape by Simply Nesting

Gold Crown & Pink Heart Glitter Confetti by Sammy’s Craft Shop

Gold Princess Crown Cupcake Toppers by The Paper Lot

Happy Birthday spoons by In The Clear

Lace Cupcake Wrappers by Timber Lace Designs

Lollipops (Shirley Temple flavor) by B.O.S.S. Girls Inc

Mini Clip Chalkboard Signs by A is for Apron Strings

Oreo Pops in Glitz Gold & Pink by Lily Belle Bakery

Photo Booth Crown/Lip Props in Gold & Pink Glitter by The Manic Moose

Pink & Gold Glitter Ombre Large Flag Banner and coordinating Cake Topper by Simply Scissors

Pink Magnetic Chalkboard Baroque Style by CDM Design

Pinwheel Pixy Sticks by M Lewis 117

Place Cards in Pink & Gold Glitter by Honey Bunny Studio

Pomwheels in Custom Colors by Pom Tree

Princess Bottle Cap Customized Pendant Necklaces by Too Too Posh

Princess Crown Favor Bags by Yellow Flower Designs

Princess Tiara Bow Favors by Joys Bow Basket

Princess Tiara Crayon Favors by Chalk Scene

Ruby Gold Glitter Letters by Glamtastic

Sweetheart Pink & Gold Glitter Heart Cupcake Toppers by Sweet On Parties

Thank you to BreeAnna at All Occasion Cakes for making Ruby Mae’s pink glitter cake!

Thank you to Amanda at Oh My Pancake! for making the gorgeous and delicious cupcakes, macaroons and glitter crown & heart sugar cookies! Follow Oh My Pancake! on Instagram & like them on Facebook!


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