I’m so excited to share this fun and totally girly party with you! It was too much fun to make all the individual parts, and putting it all together and seeing it come to life is always so rewarding! I feel so fortunate to have Fashion Camp close to home and I love the story behind it’s development even more. Erin, the founder, was inspired to create a place where little girls had the opportunity to learn to sew in an environment that truly gives them a chance to be the designer. A veteran of the fashion world, Erin wanted to inspire little girls to create and design, just like she had been inspired when someone taught her how to sew at age eight. It changed her life and she believes it can change others lives too. Aside from being totally fun, knowing how to sew is such a valuable life skill. Ashley has been enjoying bringing home skirts, tote bags, peplum tops, shorts, pants…you name it. All things that she has made and can now wear. She has described it to me this way. “Mom, if I could sew every minute that I’m not working on school work, that would be my dream.” 😉 Of course it was a no brainer that she was going to have her birthday at Fashion Camp.
I LOVE a handmade invitation. It sets the tone for the party and gets your guests excited! So I created these to give to the invitees:
I found a paper mache number 8 at Hobby Lobby and covered it with yarn. I also created pin cushion candy jars out of canning jars and a few bits of fabric. They were a big hit!
I hope you enjoyed these! Here is all the info:
Party Design/Styling/Handmade Invitations and Elements: Tammy Mitchell Pink Peppermint Design
Flowers: Posey Pop
Cake: Jodie Williams Beansy Loves Cake
Party Supplies (favor bags, gable boxes, straws, balloons etc.) Pink Peppermint Prints Party Shop