Birthday Cookies for Girls

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Birthday Cookies For Girls

Creating birthday cookies that fit party themes are becoming my favorite projects.  There are so many cute party ideas on the internet.  I have to say I am so impressed with all the time and energy that mother’s devote to create these amazing parties for their beautiful young ladies.  Some of the latest party trends for birthday cookies are ballerina parties, lemonade parties, sweet shop parties and Parisian themes.  The great thing about decorated birthday cookies is that they can be customized for all different types of events. From simple to complex; sugar cookies are a great addition to any dessert table. My mother always created wonderful birthday parties at our house. She has always been a talented decorator with an artsy flair. I always loved the games she created for us to play. I can still remember my 4th birthday trying to suck pinto beans onto a straw and get them in a glass Coca-Cola bottle. If you could go back in time and have one of these beautifully styled birthday parties, what theme would you choose?

I can’t wait to share some of the great parties we have be able to be apart of:

Fantasy Sweet Shop Party

Custom Sugar Cookies

These fun cookies headed off to a beautiful fantasy desserts party in Phoenix. So many amazing women pulled together to create the perfect party. Please stop by Diana’s blog to see all the beautiful pictures from the party.  The picture below is just a snippet of the amazing photography by Elizabeth Diana Photography.  See links below for all the details from the party.

Birthday Cookies for Girls

Diana Elizabeth Photography Blog:  Birthday Cookies for Kids: Bright Party Desserts

Venue: Private Residence at Creek Side Estates / Event designer, custom linens, chuppa structure: Angela Saban Design / Paper goods: Page and Mason / Gluten Free Cake: Angel Cakes Bakery / Cookies: The Baked Equation / Florals: The Garage by Ivy /  Hair styling: Mariana Marie / Tutus: Juju’s Tutus / Jewelry: My Sassy Sister / Hair accessories: Princess Pie Boutique / Shirts, leggings and bloomers: Mak May Designs

The Storybook Tea Party

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Diana Elizabeth Photography Blog:  Birthday Cookies for Kids  “Storybook Tea Party

Birthday Cookies

Venue: Private Residence at Creek Side Estates / Event designer, custom linens: Angela Saban Design / Paper goods: Paper Candee / Tea Party Table and vintage China: Tea Crockery / Gluten Free Cake: Angel Cakes Bakery / Cookies: The Baked Equation / Florals: The Garage by Ivy / Tea cart, hankies, candy tins: Modern Revival / Hair styling: Mariana Marie / Tutus: Juju’s Tutus / Jewelry: My Sassy Sister / Hair accessories: Princess Pie Boutique / Tops, leggings, bloomers: Makmay Designs

Angela Saban from Angela Saban Design had a vision for this beautiful party. Instead of doing the typical tea party cookies she wanted to create a shabby chic look. She creates such beautiful parties and provides wonderful inspiration to begin the creative process.

Cookie Favors

Kara’s Party Ideas: Birthday Cookies for Kids: Pretty Pink Ballerina Birthday Party

Birthday Cookies Ballerina

Photography, party styling- Tami Goeckeritz from Tami G. Photography / Party styling, flower arrangements and table runners- Michelle Tucker from The Little Design Company/ Tags, labels, invitations and banners (except the one above the dessert table)- Gwynn Wasson Designs/ Pointe shoes (on the tables and hanging from the back drop)- borrowed from The Dance Bag in Modesto, CA/Cookies- Melissa from The Baked Equation/Cupcakes and cakes- Mari Varni/Custom table cloth- Lynn Hampton from Hampton’s Drapery/Cupcake toppers- Brittany from Edible Details/Wands, crown and party hat, the “leap, turn and twirl” sign- Prop Shop Boutique

Custom Sugar Cookies

Simple Divine Event Decor: Birthday Cookies for Girls: Parisian Theme

Located in New York. See there Facebook Page for more details. Their parties are often features on Kara’s Party Ideas, Catch My Party, and Little Big Company.

food photography setup

Sincerely Style Event Planning: Birthday Cookies for Girls:  Glam Make Up Cookies

Kim from Sincerely Style Event Planning always puts together the most gorgeous parties. She is always up on the latest trends and has a keen eye for designing dessert tables. Check out her Facebook page for more details.  She is located in Phoenix, Arizona.

Custom Cookies

Sincerely Style Event Planning: Birthday Cookies for Girls:  McKenna’s Sweet Shoppe

Kim from Sincerely Style Event Planning always puts together the most gorgeous parties. She is always up on the latest trends and has a keen eye for designing dessert tables. Check out her Facebook page for more details.

Custom Sugar Cookies

Andrea Worley Photography : Birthday Cookies for Girls:  Pink and Gold Themed Party

Worley House Blog: Gold and Glitter Jars {DIY} for Pink and Gold Themed Party Pop over to her Facebook page to see pictures from the beautiful party {link here} She also has a tutorial up on how to make the gorgeous  tissue paper decorations. {Link Here: DIY Tissue Paper Tassels}

Check out Ava’s Party whole party over at Pizzazzerie.

Thank you so much for letting me share with you just a few of the birthday cookies we created for some pretty sweet girls. In a couple of weeks I can’t wait to show you what the boys have been up to. Farms, construction, and rubber ducks.   See ya soon.

 

 

 

 

9 thoughts on “Birthday Cookies for Girls

  1. I always love everything you bake and decorate but this collection of cookies are so wonderful. Your storybook tea party collection stole my heart, then again so did your ballerina themed and Paris themed cookies. Such lucky young ladies who had to be a part of their celebrations.

  2. I totally agree with you, Melissa. I love the fact that sugar cookies can be decorated to match pretty any theme. They are so versatile.

    I love the cookies that I see that take something masculine and make it feminine. So if I could go back and choose a party theme it would be something like skeleton skulls with pretty bows or something fun like that.

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