Partykins // A Celebration for a Winter Queen

Babiekins Magazine | Winter Party
Babiekins Magazine | Winter Party
Babiekins Magazine | Winter Party
Babiekins Magazine | Winter Party
Babiekins Magazine | Winter Party]
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With winter right around the corner, we couldn’t help but get inspired by the magic of the season. We turned to whites and silvers for this seasonal celebration fit for a winter queen. By combining a few party accessories with items from around the house, you’ll be able to throw together a winter scene in no time.

Create your very own fringe tassel garland out of tissue paper and add several balloons for a whimsical feel. I decided to forgo the traditional gift bags and set out a candy station that also served as the center piece for the table. Crystal rock candies, white M & M’s and peppermint sticks are the perfect fit for a cool treat! And of course, we can’t forget the vanilla bean cake and chocolate cupcakes smothered in glittery white buttercream icing- reminiscint of freshly fallen snow.

And the most important accessory? Why the queen’s attire, of course! The Daisy Chain Tutu Dress from Tutu Du Monde adds just the right amount of contrast to the hints of white and silver. And if you experience a frosty day, simply add a faux fur vest and wool tights.

This winter themed party is bound to make any little girl feel like a winter queen.

Credits // Party Supplies | Tutu Du Monde Dress | Crown Headband |

Craftykins // Trick or Treat Drinks

Craftykins // Trick or Treat Drinks

Presentation is everything, and even something as simple as a bottle of orange pop can make for a fun and festive treat.

So if you’re looking for a last minute party extra or a something for those special neighbors/cousins/friends that will be ringing your doorbell today, these are perfect.

Babiekins Magazine // Craftykins // Trick or Treat Drinks

I used baker’s twine to tie a paper straw, drink stirrer, and party flag to each bottle.

The vintage style glass bottles of orange Fanta can be found in the Hispanic section of the grocery store, the straws and stirrers can be found at craft or party stores.  The flags are made by hot gluing a bit of patterned paper to a candy stick.  So easy and so quick!

Happy Halloween!

Partykins// Halloween Tea Party

Guest post by Brie Stanley of Sugarcoated Events.

We celebrated Halloween with a little tea party at home during the week. Halloween is not really celebrated in Australia…a few trick or treaters and skeletons here and there but not like America! We thought we would have a little tea party of our own with a few treats including some Lindt ghosts, pumpkin and milk cookies. I set up the kids table and our lovely Rabman Mini Willa print, hung some paper pompoms and masks, a few boo stickers and bats and the kids thought it was amazing! Kingston dressed as a Panda and Sage as a cat looked totally adorable! We sipped Milky’s out of glass jars with little cat stickers and enjoyed some sugary treats and laughed at each other in masks! This is about as scary as I like it!
Happy Halloween everyone! May you not eat your weight in sugar!

Babiekins Magazine|Partykins//Halloween Tea Party

Babiekins Magazine|Partykins//Halloween Tea Party

Babiekins Magazine|Partykins//Halloween Tea Party

Babiekins Magazine|Partykins//Halloween Tea Party

Babiekins Magazine|Partykins//Halloween Tea Party

Babiekins Magazine|Partykins//Halloween Tea Party

Babiekins Magazine|Partykins//Halloween Tea Party

Babiekins Magazine|Partykins//Halloween Tea Party

Babiekins Magazine|Partykins//Halloween Tea Party

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