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February 13, 2011

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angel

WOW! What a fantastic party! It looks like you made the day super memorable for all. So much fun!

Kristen T.

i'm fishing for ideas and am curious to know what themes you've done in the past... :)

lisa G.

I have not visited in a while but found your site by searching for rainbow cupcakes for St. Patricks Day. Your cake (and the whole affair) looks wonderful. One again I am in awe of your party planning skills. Beautiful colors!!!!
Lisa G.

Scott

Jess,
I really am SOOOO impressed with your birthday parties...wanna be my mom next February?? Everything looks incredible and so figured out down to the smallest details incredible!

Year Old Birthday Party Ideas

Love your party! The shirt printing is really cool!

Nicolette Stephens

Um, just found your blog through a friend and can I just say, after looking at these pictures I so wanted to be six again so I could attend this deliciously gorgeous party! Hats off to you!

kids birthday party ideas

its looks like a wonderful birthday party...food,music,dance and some kids birthday party games are also necessary to make a birthday party memorable...
see http://www.kidsfairyland.com/

Allison

What an amazing party!! I found your blog when searching for ideas for my own (almost) 6-year-old daughter's unicorn & rainbow birthday party. What type of food dye and how much did you use to get such vibrant colors in the cake? Thank you for the information and inspiration!

Rosalinda Hone

Face painting – that’s what most little girls like! Who organized the party? There were many fun activities, especially the treasure hunt, which must’ve been the best part of the party. And the CAKE! Perfect!

Special Birthday Party Ideas

Wow what great ideas for a party. Thanks for posting.

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