Baby showers, Christenings and Baptisms, 1st Birthday's to 16th Birthday's and everything in between.


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This party focused on bringing the outdoor feel inside. A hessian table runner with a grass runner on top, really gave the table texture and the mini ponies and hay bales placed around the table were perfect for the theme. Other equestrian elements included mini trophies, tack boxes for snacks and rosettes and raffia garland decorations for the room. The pink floral and gold patterns on the tableware looked gorgeous and were perfect for an older girls party. This was the perfect pony party for Lucy and she awarded it first place! 


Pink, pink and more pink! When you’re 6 years old there’s only one colour choice for your party. This was a real royal party with tiaras for each guest to wear and a fairytale castle on the table, displaying delicious cupcakes in co ordinating pink and duck egg blue. A delicate garland with flowers and princesses hung behind the table and beautiful sugar pink balloons with tissue tassels completed the look. Guests left the party with luxury party bags filled with treats. It’s fair to say that this party had the royal approval.


George absolutely loves dinosaurs, so it was very easy to pick a party theme to suit him. The Stegosaurus centrepiece was a big hit, with a wobbly head, googly eyes and a button to press that “roared” loudly. This entertained all the guests during their lunch, which included cupcakes with 3D dinosaur toppers and cake pops in a coordinating green colour. The party hats were 3D triceratops with googly eyes that the guests just loved running around making dinosaur noises in!! Decorations included a bright coloured dinosaur banner that complimented the tableware and bright balloons with crepe streamers. A truly jurassic party suitable for any young budding paleontologist!


This party is bursting with bright colours, a real feast for the eyes. A magician and his rabbit appear on all the tableware, but the rabbit ear treat cups have to be our favourite item, they are just too cute. Other party elements included bunting, balloons and photo booth props. Party favors for guests in cellophane treat bags included, a magic wand, pack of cards, fortune telling fish and dice, along with sweet treats. Jack’s eyes really lit up when he saw his party for the first time, it seems we really had conjured up a magical party. 


To be a real pirate you need a ship and the centrepiece for this party was a fabulous galleon, complete with cannon, pirates and a gold anchor. It also happened to be a great display to put the cupcakes on too. The tablecloth was a giant treasure map and there were pirate hats with skull and crossbones for all to wear. Party games included Party Mums pass the parcel and a game of pin the patch on the pirate. When it was home time, party bags with gold rope handles and a skull image with googly eyes kept the theme going and goodies inside included pirate bubbles, pirate tattoo’s, glider, parachute man, lollipop and a chocolate pirate. Thomas loved his party, so luckily we didn’t have to walk the plank!


What lovely delicate pastel colours there are in this circus party, perfect for a little boy or girl. So many gorgeous features, including a circus train centrepiece to place snacks in, party hats in the style of a circus big top and circus animals including, elephants, seals, fish, giraffes and lions decorating the tableware. Polka dots, candy stripes and scalloped edges appear throughout the decorations and confetti filled balloons complete the look. A special celebration for a very special little girl.


This was such an usual theme, but we absolutely loved it. We sourced mini canoes, tipis and hay bales for the table, which we placed on a grass runner that really made the bright colours stand out. Feather shaped bunting and matching feather headdress for guests to wear and cacti, tipi and aztec patterns on the tableware. This pow wow party really looked like a mini native Indian settlement, it’s no wonder James couldn’t work out “Hau” we had achieved it.