Tutu Moi loves being a part of the personal moments our customers share with their family and friends. We set out to make our design special so your precious moments are unforgettable. We were thrilled to see this "Mommy and me" look posted by The Forever Teacher in her recent blog, "Harper's Floral First Birthday"., and want to share it with you to learn how to recreate a similar birthday party for your little one.!
Add a Little Whimsy to the Party
We love these fun flower crowns for the guests and birthday girl to wear. Plus, they make for adorable photo opportunities and a party gift to take home.
Plan a Fun Activity For Guests
Create a few fun activities that will also build memories from the party. Have guests paint a flower pot that they can take home to remember the party. Or have them write a wish for your little one for their upcoming year.
Of Course There Must Be Treats and Sweets!
The food for your guests must be kid friendly and delicious! Cupcakes are no fuss and perfect for little hands. Also, let them try something a little new and familiar; we love the idea of these pie pops.
Add a Little Floral Flair
Flowers are a great way to add color and sweetness to any occasion. Try finding creative ways to mix flowers of different colors and varieties together to make the room feel fresh. Plus, everything will smell amazing. You can even create paper flowers to add some interest!
Dress Up Like Your Hero
What better way to feel great on your big celebration day than to match your loved one? Harper and her mom are wearing the Mother Daughter Matching Tulle Tutus in Ivory paired with a simple white shirt and floral headband. It makes for a simple adorable look that is comfortable and eye-catching. We love that the boys got in on the action as well! Everyone looks charming in their family photo.
Don't Be Afraid To Celebrate!
Party planning can take a lot of time and effort, but don't forget to enjoy yourself in the moment and have a happy day with your little one.
Photo Credit: Jeremy Cooper
Blog Credit: The Forever Teacher