This just cracks me up!! Check out this Barbie & Ken wedding shoot from Glamour Magazine.
Who doesn’t love the State Fair? The food, the rides, the animals, the beautiful home grown fruits and vegetables, did I mention the FOOD?…I love it all. Our State Fair theme party last weekend was timely in that our own State Fair started just a few days ago. So, this Bar Mitzvah was a great kick off to the upcoming fair festivities.
The adult side of the room was called the Blue Ribbon Pavilion. Centerpieces were bushel baskets full of farm fresh veggies and beautiful sunflowers. The other half of the adult centerpieces were miniature windmills. As a part of the mitzvah, the fresh veggies were donated to Second Helpings after the event.
The kids section was the MIDWAY! Each kids table was a different midway ride.
We lined the outside cocktail area with bright colored flags that you could see from the street.
Amazing vendors that helped pull this all together:
All the photos were taken by the fabulous Sue Huffer of Sue Huffer Photography.
The fun photo booth was from Indy Photo Booths
All of the farm fresh vegetables were donated to Second Helpings
Tim Fuller of Tim Fuller Entertainment did an amazing job of keeping the dance floor full the entire event.
The party was held at the beautiful Broadmoor Country Club.
The incredible home grown sunflowers came from Seldom Seen Farms.
I visited my sister again to help her get her classroom decorated for the new school year. This is a (bad phone) picture of the door decor we created to welcome the students.
The theme is “grow in knOWLedge”.
I love looking at how people plan ideas out before they are executed and thought you might too, so I also attached the sketch we came up with the night before we decorated.
I have many many events to blog about, so stay tuned….I promise to try to blog on a more frequent basis again.
The look on Shelby’s face was just priceless. She ran right over to her Dad and gave him a hug and thanked him….sooooo sweet. Isn’t she adorable in her Wonder Woman “get up”?
This is a pic of the candy buffet and trinket station. The background is made of lots of wonder woman comic book covers and the iconic Wonder Woman logo. Notice the superhero boots on each end?
This is a shot of the adult tables with WW glasses and comic bubble placemats.
The kids were seated around one big long table. Tables and chairs were provided by Tabletops for Tots. They are the cutest kids tables and chairs ever!
Shelby requested to say prayer before everyone dug into the pizza. That was the sweetest part of the day for me (besides seeing her face when she walked in).
A superhero can never be caught out of costume…not even when eating.
Shelby’s custom WW cake and gourmet caramel chocolate popcorn for the adults
All of the photos shown were taken by another Wonder Woman….Erin Hession. I love how she captured the adult centerpieces with the Winger Woman backdrop as if she is busting out of a comic ready to lasso someone.
The candy and trinket buffet was a huge hit.
Some selections were Wonder Woman chocolate lips.
Golden Lasso’s (Twizzler Twists tied in knots)
Bubble gum, lollipops, Hot Tamales, super hero puzzles and more.
The Super Hero craft station got a lot of action as well.
Superfriends chose either a Wonder Woman tiara or super mask to decorate.
Gifts and games completed the day. Happy Birthday Shelby!!!