Tuesday, October 13, 2015

A Pool Party Splash

A Pool Party Splash for a very cute lil' guy named Vaughn. 

September is one of the hottest months in Los Angeles, so what better way to celebrate a birthday than to throw a pool party. This party decor consisted of balloons, hanging beach balls, beach ball cake pops, giant donut and pig inflatables and more. With a fun combination of colors, the handsome birthday boy and loads of sweets, it's bound to put a smile on your face. 
Enjoy! 










 
Time to enjoy his cake pop! Happy 2nd Birthday lil' man! 
xoxo, 
Rachel J. 


Vendor Credits:
Event styling, decor, graphic design and set-up: Rachel J Special Events
Cake: Dorie Kinney
Cakepops: Arpine Armandaryan
Happy Birthday Banner: Target
Balloons: Party city
Beach Balls: Amazon
Pig Inflatable: Amazon




7 comments :

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    well tommorrow I have a pool party to go too and im so nervous. here are the reasons:
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    3. Lots of people i wont know
    4. its first day of school the next day and the party ends at 10
    5. Everyone has great bodies....
    6. Me and Bffl r gonna be really awkard the whole time
    I could say not to go, but i already told him that me and my friend would! or maybe i could leave early or something..I donttt kniw

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    1. Hello Jack.
      What kind of information would you like? I have tagged the websites I used in the Vendor Credit section for reference.

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