Birthday Spotlight: Georgia’s Floral Fantasy Party

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ByLori Richmond
Mar 2017
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Photo: Photos by: Cinnamon Dreams, Lesya Bilder / The Bump

WOW! My jaw dropped when I saw the photos from this AMAZINGLY gorgeous floral fete. Georgia is one lucky little lady! Check out her party below and see our tips on how to get the same look on a budget (this is a great theme for baby showers, too!)

Birthday Kid: Georgia, age 4

Party Details: Using vintage furniture rentals and spectacular floral arrangements, Georgia’s mom (and some talented party pros) created a dreamy and pretty tea party with a Victorian feel. Georgia even got to play the role by wearing a period-style dress and hat!

Where to Buy: Photography: Cinnamon Dreams, Lesya Bilder / Event Planning: Southern Affair / Flowers: Haute Floral / Vintage Rentals: Rent My Dust / Venue: Dave n Busters Arlington / Cake & Desserts: Cakes by Design – Tabitha Ballard / Linens, Glasses & Chairs: Rental Stop / Stationery: Jennifer Kirlin

Get This Look for Less: You don’t need a huge budget to throw a Victorian tea party like Georgia’s. Use inexpensive tea cups, glassware, and centerpiece containers (we love the selection at IKEA!) to set your table, and decorate with large blooms from your local florist — or even the supermarket! Create a sweets bar on an existing piece of furniture and bake your own mini cupcakes and decorate with colorful icing. Accent the tables with faux pearl accessories from Party City, and paper doilies detailed with this doily lace edge punch for a vintage Victorian feel.

Got a fabulous fete you’d like to submit to us? Check out our submission guidelines here!

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