My daughter turned 11. CRAZY! I swear she was just a little person running around with her dolls and needing me. Time seems to be going faster and faster with each year. Emma has a twin brother, Will. He had a party at a local indoor trampoline place called G6 Airpark (http://www.g6airpark.com/) so there are no awesome birthday details really to post for him.
One thing to know about my daughter – she is a party planner at heart like her mom. We love to think of fun ideas and create amazing parties for her and her friends. I won’t lie … I secretly love how excited they all get about coming to her parties and seeing what we’ve done. Sometimes I know her parties LOOK expensive, but I assure you they are always cheaper then actually doing a party at a location (& believe me I know this since I just paid for my son’s party). Emma loves Starbucks. Although, I have no idea why. We rarely go there. But all of her 5th grade friends love Frappuccinos. So I’m guessing that’s where she came up with the idea of having a Starbucks themed birthday party. When she brought me the idea, I went right to work on looking thru Pinterest and googling anything and everything that might work for her party. And here is what we came up with.
Thanks to: Starbucks – they provided free cups, napkins, bags, etc. To Red Barn Design Studio for the perfect invitations. Visit them here for all your digital downloads: https://www.etsy.com/shop/RedBarnDesignStudio?ref=pr_shop_more . To Cassondra at T&T Apparel for her custom named logo for tumblers. You can visit her shop here: Www.tandtapparel.etsy.com. To The Hungrey’s for the yummy desserts: https://www.facebook.com/thehungrys?fref=ts