A Pink Lemonade Party

I am so so excited to finally show you Addison’s Pink Lemonade Party! I had so much fun with this theme and Addison had a blast. Mission Accomplished!

Pink Lemonade Party

Pink Lemonade 5

So prepare for photo overload! I took over 200 pictures. I was so afraid the kids would devour the desserts and I would have missed a shot! I think I got them all : )

Banners

The little mini banner just made me giggle.. you know how I have a love for all things mini : )

Pink Lemonade Party 4

{Tiered Dessert Stand Tutorial} this is a super easy and cheap way to add some customized color and decor to your party! Paint it any color you want!

Cherished Bliss Pink Lemonade Party

{Mason Jar Tutorial} I have to say, drinking out of mason jars just kind of adds a little something special to the party. I let all the kids drink from them no matter how old they were, if they broke it, it was worth it to watch them drink out of the “real glasses” so cute!

Mason Jar Cups 2

Pink Lemonad Party Decor

Pink Lemonade

Mini Pies

Cupcakes

{Cupcake Toppers Tutorial}

Cherished Bliss Pink Lemonade Party

Can you find the washi tape?! I love that stuff!

Here is her {Pink Lemonade} Birthday Dress
Addison Run

and the Crown she wouldn’t wear – I should have known this from last year, but I had to try again; )
Fabric Crown Tutorial

I hope you love her Pink Lemonade Party as much as I do! : )

All in all, it was an awesome Birthday Party!

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    • Ashley says

      Thanks Heather! Yes, washi tape is quite awesome for making little things pretty! The lemons were my favorite part too!! That was my whole inspiration! : ) So glad you like it : )

    • Ashley says

      Thanks so much Elaine! I think I have your comments fixed.. it was going to spam for some reason. boo! I need to fix my buttons.. several people keep telling me that they aren’t working! Thanks for letting me know!

  1. Eva Scott says

    This is such a sweet party! Love all the details. Thanks for all the tutorials you did. And funny story, my daughter’s 1st birthday is in less than 5 weeks. I had decided on a rainbow party, planned out what I was doing yesterday. Then I saw your post and completely changed the party to a pink lemonade party. HA! I’m sitting here working on the cupcake toppers now! Thanks for the inspiration!!!
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    • Ashley says

      Thank you so much! It’s such a fun theme for kids, especially in the summer! : ) I would LOVE to see how yours turns out : ) Let me know if you have any questions : )

  2. Christina says

    Love your party ideas and pictures! just sweet! wondering where you found the pink and yellow straws? how adorable again, thanks for your inspiring ideas!

  3. The Style Sisters says

    ooooh I love this!! You are so creative with how you put this together!! I love all your ideas, Come link up to Centerpiece Wednesday on my blog and share all your ideas with us!! Love love love this!!

    Karin

  4. Franziska San Pedro says

    How super-cute! You’ve put so much love into all the little detail. My favorite is the color choice, I love the pastels and combining pink and yellow is such a great combo. No matter how old the kids, they will always remember the parties you’ve put together for them and dream about it many many years later.
    How I know? My mom had such a great eye for detail just like you (it was all more 80s-style back then, lol) and I have the greatest memories when I think back -especially the purple blueberry ice cake she made served on a white lace-tablcloth (turned out polka-dot later, hehe).

    Thanks for taking me on a childhood-journey,

    Franziska
    @FlavorDesigns
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    • Ashley says

      Thanks so much! The colors are what led me to pink lemonade! It just felt so girly… just like my daughter : ) So sweet you remember the birthday parties your mom did! I hope my kids do, lol! The table disappeared so fast with all those little hands reaching for cookies and cupcakes! lol! But it was so worth the five minutes of it. I will never forget her Pink Lemonade Birthday! Thanks so much for stopping by!

    • Ashley says

      Thanks so much Randi! I didn’t realize how fun and tiring doing a themed party like that is. My son’s birthday is 5 days before Christmas so it is usually pretty rushed! Poor kid!

    • Ashley says

      Thanks so much! I missed the party : ( I’ll have to catch it next week! : ) Enjoy your Monday!

    • Ashley says

      haha! Well you could just get rid of the pink and do lemons and bare wood type colors ; ) Thanks for stopping by!

    • Ashley says

      Thanks so much! That pie stand was kind of my inspiration for the table : ) I love fresh lemons! They smell so good!

    • Ashley says

      Thanks so much! They are a cool whip cookie. I will actually be posting the recipe this week! They turned out so good. My daughter was obsessed with them : ) I had to cut her off, lol!

  5. Robin Rakes says

    Can you tell me more about the luscious looking cupcakes & mini pies??? I don’t need them for a birthday party- but I bet they are divine for snacks. They look it!!! Thanks

  6. Lisa says

    Ashley I just discovered your blog, I was so excited to see it. You are so talented ! This party is amazing and Addison is getting so big!! Miss you all God Bless! P.S. I was inspired by your chalk paint project I will be trying my hand at it soon. :/

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