Friday, March 29, 2019


Balloons: Anagram // Floaties: Sunnylife Australia

Gosh I know it's been quite a while since I updated this blog, but I really wanted to make my comeback when I was most motivated! 2 years ago, we threw Zooey an epic 70's themed 5th Birthday party. To see the party report for that party 

After the party 2 years ago, I told myself never again, and that she can wait until her sweet 16! But in the past year and a half, Zooey worked really really hard. No matter how busy we were, she just always tried her best, so I thought, ok, she has earned a party..So then I decided, let's throw her a nice 7th Birthday party to outdo her 5th Birthday Party. 

And here we are, #ZOOEYSTUCKINTHE80S
Balloon Garland: Wild Child Party 

Caboodles // Lipsmackers // Stickers + Pens from Yoobi

 We created a DIY station with Caboodles and the Yoobi Stickers.

It was a big hit!

 MeshKids provided a Ball Pit + Soft Play space

It quickly became a playground for the kids to play wreck it ralph lol

We really had this space for Amelie.

 Mattel + Barbie were a huge sponsor and provided the party with all the decor and some sweet swag.
How cute is this SUGARFINA + BARBIE candy?

KidsLuv Juice provide healthy juices for the kids

The Nail Truck came to pamper our guests.

 Polly Pockets also provided a ton of swag too!

Now for some more sweet swag:

Rowdy Sprout gifted band tees

HI-CHEW for the pinata 

 Tube Socks from Pride Socks

 Karaoke from Styx and Stones


 Food catered by JIMBOYS TACOS!! 

 80's cookies: Allison Bakes // Churros: Loop Churros // Barbie Cake: Cinderella Cakes

Thank you for reading!

 The Miyoshi Family.

All photos by Kimber Collective

In case you wondered, we used Paperless Post to send e-vites to our guests. I just love the interface of Paperless Post because it looks so pretty and fancy but they also have fun card options. We were searching for a super cute 80's vibe card design and found it easily by just searching 80's birthday theme! Everything is customizable, from the envelopes to the actual card font. There are plenty of 'free' choices but it only costs a few points to add that special touch to your cards. Another feature I loved was the "messaging guests" feature because it was really easy to communicate with our guests. I was able to customize our RSVP request too which helped minimize the amount of messages we had to send to our guests. I was actually able to do a lot of things on the Paperless Post APP on my IPHONE. Out of all the email invite services that I've used, Paperless Post is by far my favorite and there aren't random annoying pop up ads lol.


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