A few weeks ago I shared a Peter Rabbit baby shower for Emily, today I’m sharing Heidi’s! We did both of these showers on the same day just a few blocks away from each other. Both clients wanted the Peter Rabbit theme so it was fun for us to make them beautiful and unique in their own way. Heidi was waiting to find out the gender of her baby so we went with more neutral hues for her. It was hosted by her dear friends, clients we adore, in one of their gorgeous homes. There are so many amazing details for this one and I have been dying to share it with you all! So without further ado, let’s check out all the pretty photos by Lily Tapia Photography, shall we?
The entrance was oh so pretty and decked out with lots of balloons and florals! The Pop Shop took care of the balloons and Heidi’s close friend Gary of French Buckets handled all the gorgeous blooms you’ll see. We brought in that sweet vintage cart from Sweet Salvage Rentals to accompany the cute welcome sign by Pirouette Paper. What a first impression!
Here’s our gorgeous mama to be, Heidi! Isn’t she stunning?
Talk about a pretty setting! We transformed the already gorgeous backyard to baby shower heaven! The Pop Shop created the perfect balloon backdrop to the pretty table and chairs from Sweet Salvage Rentals. I’m in love, and wait till you see the details!
Oh the details, they are just so good!!! We combined Hostess Haven’s beautiful tabletop items with Peter Rabbit plates from Pottery Barn. Pirouette Paper added the gorgeous menus, place cards, and stir sticks. So much pretty all in one!
French Buckets went all out on flowers with a combination of rustic pots with garden florals and whimsical full garden displays. There were even vegetables added in just like Mr. McGregor’s garden!
Don’t you just love it all? I know I do!
Heidi was smitten too!! Mission accomplished!
A delicious brunch was served and catering was provided by Thyme Well Spent Catering. Yummy!!! Love me some brunch!
Of course we had a bar! Thyme Well Spent was serving amazing cocktails and mocktails for guests to enjoy and we had them served in the prettiest way, of course. Sweet Salvage Rentals bar was decked out in beautiful florals from French Buckets and balloons from The Pop Shop. Along with Pirouette Paper’s bar sign and stir sticks falling out of a garden pot. Now that’s a bar!
Of course dessert was a must. Danielle of Sheila Mae created these incredible desserts for guests to enjoy. That cake is absolutely adorable and I can’t get enough! So darn sweet!
Those flowers!!! Wow!
The perfect cake topper by Pirouette Paper!
We had some special guests in attendance! The host of the party owns chickens and bunnies, so they had to make an appearance!
Such a fun party!! Heidi and baby are so loved!!!
Cheers to so much cuteness!