ONE Sweet Peach

It’s hard to believe but our littlest turned one recently. I feel like just the other day we were anticipating her arrival, and now here we are with this tiny person who we adore.

Despite her birthday happening during a pandemic and her placement as not the first kid (ha), we wanted to celebrate in a special way even if that was with just our families. I’m a fan of alliteration and play on words, and with it being her first “ONE Sweet Peach” seemed perfect.

Since it was small (and distanced), we kept things simple and reused a fair amount of decorations from past celebrations. I also liked the idea of a subtle theme this time, so peaches weren’t necessarily obvious elements. Instead we used the color peach and alluded to peaches throughout.

Our delicious cake and smash (cup)cake was from a local bakery CupCakes & Beyond. We opted for a simple vanilla cake with peach filling, and topped our LOs cupcake with “One Sweet Peach” toppings I found in RSVPparty Decor Etsy shop.
Since we went with simple, I purchased three peach and three gray balloons from Party Sparkles Etsy shop.
The gold sequin fabric was an old swatch I bought at Jo Ann Fabrics years ago, and it made for the perfect “blanket” to stage her birthday photos. You can find a similar option here.
Her high chair tulle skirt was a purchase from Tickled Glitzy Etsy shop; and her headband is old and hand-me-down from her sister’s first birthday. You can find a similar option here. We also reused her gold Mylar name balloon from her Baptism. Letters are customizable and can be purchased at Party City.
Her tutu dress is old Old Navy and is currently sold out, but they routinely sell long sleeved, short sleeved, and tank styles in a multitude of colors, or you find similar here or here. // The large peach balloon (36”) a lá James and the Giant Peach was from Fancy Celebration Etsy shop.

All in all it was a sweet and simple celebration, which sometimes is honestly the best. Low stress, cute decor, good food, and clearly a day that made her beyond happy – look at that smile!

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