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April 12, 2012

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Kukki

YES!!! I've been waiting for these. Your parties are always so amazing. Fun, creative, and just beautiful.

Alessandra

Simply wonderful!!!
xx Alessandra

Fleur Cotton

That is absolutely brilliant ... one of the best themed parties I've seen .. my daughter of 9 would even think that was cool!! (she's after getting a dog!).

Fleur xx

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Beyhan

You are very talented and creative woman! Perfect details. :)

Amy

Wow! Love it!!! The doggy dishes for eating are so cute and I love every single detail. Especially the pretzel dog bones!!!

-Amy

Tina in Boston

OMG - this is fantastic! You should put together a book with all your party ideas!!

Suburban Snapshots

Wow! The whole set up is beautiful and I love the visiting puppy aspect (also that you realize it's not time for your own). A friend directed me here after reading my post from today about my daughter's 4th, where I practiced more restraint (for me) than in years past. This party is, as the kids might still be saying, off the chain. Pun intended.

Rachael

I just want to get in your head and think this way for a little bit. I know I've said it before, but it's just so...incredible! I like how your parties are always perfectly themed but not commercial. Not that there's anything wrong with a commercially-themed party, but it doesn't do much when I want to flex my creative muscles!

My goal in life is not to keep my daughter from really having the party she wants, but to teach her what she wants is parties like these!!

It's the little thing like the dog adoption that kills me. You think of EVERYTHING.

Creator Aqua

This is really amazing!

Mimi @ Irresistible Pets

WOW! This is soo cool!

Jen

Such a cute cute party!! I'm wondering if you know how the cupcake toppers were made? Did Deirdre have actual cookie cutters to cut out the fondant bones and paws? I'm trying to replicate and having a hard time finding cookie cutters that tiny. Thanks!

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