La fête d'azur...A Blue Celebration with an Ocean Twist

We absolutely adore Mandy from A La Parisienne! You may remember when we featured her and her shop here. Mandy created the sweetest party for her darling little girl, Amelia! Mandy modeled Amelia's party colors palette after Rachel Ashwell's Turquoise Party Theme in her book, Sumptuous Settings and Other Lovely Things. The party was given an ocean twist and filled with fanciful sea creatures. We just love the incredibly creative paint swatch invitations!
How adorable is little miss Amelia in her satin aqua blue bubble dress made by Mandy's mom! Mandy also created an aqua blue fascinator to pin on the dress fashioned with an aqua feather, turquoise dotted chiffon and topped with a vintage aqua millinery beautiful!
The shades of blue with the white are so lovely. We love the way the balloons look hanging from the white net canopy!
The vintage aqua sheet and the crepe paper 3 hanging in the vintage white frame create such a beautiful focal point for the food table! Mandy also made a garland with sea creatures and labeled each one in French!

Mandy made flowers with died coffee filters that she bundled into little florettes. These florettes were nestled into a basket lined in rich teal tissue paper.

The centerpiece on Amelia's sweet little birthday table was made with a vintage aqua planter, sand, seashells, sand dollars, and a sweet box covered in French script paper created by Noel from Fanciful Designs!
A vintage trunk held Amelia's birthday gifts!
A homemade birthday cake was made and decorated with pale aqua icing and white chocolate sea creatures!
Thank you so much for sharing these photos with us Mandy and a very Happy 3rd Birthday Sweet Amelia!


à la parisienne said...

Thank you for sharing Amelia's birthday party with your sweet followers. I am always honored to be featured here on your lovely blog.


Maya @ Completely Coastal said...

Everything is so gorgeous! And I'm loving the invitation card idea!!

Ceilidh Smith said...

This is so beautiful! It is definitely something I can see my mother doing at our cottage. I love love love the cake...beautiful looking!

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