Queen Bee Turns Three!!! When I posted photos of Bobbi’s second birthday party – one of my followers commented that I should do a bumble bee party for her 3rd birthday. I am not sure who it was – but she definitely gets credit for this idea (thank you if you are reading this!!!). I loved the yellow and black color combo idea – and I knew there was so much to play with when it comes to bumble bees, honeycombs and little girls.
I love planning my kids parties – and get way more hyped about it then they do. I’m all about the attention to detail and making sure the kids have a FUN time in the process. This party was no different.
First thing – we secured her favorite place to have fun – which was the Miami Children’s Museum. I normally have my kids parties outside (hello…I live in Miami!) – but this time I was looking for something different and a more controlled environment. Thankfully we went this route, because it turned out to be a rainy day. The staff at the museum was beyond awesome to work with and they truly made the whole event seamless.
I also tapped into some of my favorite bakers to add some sweetness to the party: Divine Delicacies Custom Cakes made not one – but TWO cakes for Miss Bobbi. And no party is complete without cupcakes from The Butter Creamery.
Thanks to everyone who came out to celebrate the Queen Bee’s birthday! Check out some pictures from the day!
Bobbi Elle is blessed with a large family and lots of friends. So I generally do two parties for her. A main party and a smaller party to celebrate with her school friends. Below are the photos from her school party. I used all of the leftover supplies from her main party – along with the decor…and just brought in cupcakes that the kids would enjoy. She gets the best of both worlds! Below are the photos from her school party:
Whew! That was a lot in one week! I have a few months to recouperate and get ready for AJ’s big 2nd birthday bash in August….hmmmm….what theme will I chose next???
Oh…before I go…Miss Bobbi has already started to request her theme for the big 4. A princess party. Fun times ahead!