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Ice Cream Themed Summer Party

July 10, 2015

Almost a year ago my youngest daughter turned Seven! We threw an Ice Cream Party for her and her friends in our back garden and enjoyed a wonderful treat filled afternoon making delicious ice creams and covering the lawn with confetti. My lovely and very talented friend Abigail was on hand with her camera and captured some wonderful shots. We were both delighted when the inspirational US Lifestyle Blog 100 Layer Cake blogged about our party. Here is what they said...

An ice cream social themed anything is guaranteed to be a hit always, right? This casual, English summertime birthday party, photographed by Abigail Fahey, is just the sweetest, and we especially love how budget-friendly and do-able everything is!
These little jars, plus all the other fun party tableware, supplies and decorations came from Pretty Little Party Shop.
Paper plates have never looked so cute. What a creative and fun way to put them to use as decor, no?
Wish we’d seen those ice cream bubbles (that they used for balloon weights) at the beginning of summer! How adorable are those. They make such fun favors!
Before the kiddos demolished the piñata that the birthday girl made herself, this is what it looked like.
Love this kind of party inspiration. It’s so kid-friendly and easy for us parents to put together!
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And here are just a few more of Abigails photos that I had tucked away!




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