Here's the food table:
Aerial view of the boxed lunches ;)
Does anyone else stress that there won't be enough food at your parties, only to be left with an obscene amount of leftovers?
There was also food on all of the tables outside - chips and dips, popcorn, finger foods.....no shortage of food.
On the drink table were some fun straws - Olivia on red striped paper straws. I found the Olivias here. I also made up little coloring books for the kids using Olivia printables found here.
I had a lot of fun decorating for this party! Inside I had bits of pretty trim strung up, and on the trim were Instagram pictures (printed via Postal Pix), and hung with miniature glittered clothespins. There were three separate picture garlands.
Outside decorations were fun and simple. Lots of paper poms and lanterns in the tree, and Olivia books scattered throughout.
I also made "rules of life" signs and placed them randomly inside and out. I used some of the actual "rules" from the Olivia books and show, but made up a few as well. I put them in the awesome Ikea frames, and had a "rule of life" on one side, with a coordinating picture on the other. (If you're not familiar with Olivia, rules of life are her trademarks. Her rules are hilarious.)
Tony's only party request (well, besides beer) was a piñata. He loves piñatas just to see Leila's face when she's taking a whack at it...
(Notice her batting gloves?)
Coco wasn't as impressed with the piñata as her sister was.
Then it was time for cake. It was a simple strawberry shortcake from Safeway. I made the little heart bunting, added a handful of red glitter sprinkles and one of the girls' Olivia toys.
We had lots of fun with our family and friends!
Dresses were custom made by Barb Tucker on Etsy.
All paper goods were designed by the very fabulous and very talented Jen of Top That! Designs. I'm dying because this phone picture is the only one of the crazy cute water bottle wrappers. You'll just have to believe me that they looked adorable on the bottles.
She also did the cupcake toppers and invitations as well as the background for the "Rules of Life" prints.
Big thanks to my friends Heather and Tara for snapping some great pictures!