Real Baby Shower: Vintage Circus

Monday, March 7, 2011

I love a good circus theme! And Traci from 45 Wall Design did an amazing job with this one --
I especially MEGA HEART the invitations and matching RSVP postcards. Super chic and available online! Also loving all the decorations -- including the giant balloons, a photobooth plus props, and fun activities -- like painting blocks and the 'take a guess" game. Looks like a wonderful get together to celebrate the family expansion.

From Traci... Saturday was the Amazing Expanding Chung Family blow out celebration...and I do believe it was a huge success! We had giant balloons... Tons of amazing food provided by the lovely and talented Rita...and an amazing candy bar set up by Susan. Who, by the way, made home made marshmallows...AND home made s'mores. Yup.

There was a photo booth with props... Activities for the kiddies (face painting, balloon animals), and for the adults... And attention paid down to the last detail thanks to our kick ass decor team (yes...we had teams)...

Wendy and Irving! It was a blast celebrating with you and we can't wait to meet baby Chung! We love you guys! 

Photography & Design: Traci of 45 Wall Design / Food: Rita of Sugar & Spice... / Dessert: Susan of Insaknitty

You can buy this Vintage Circus invite and RSVP postcard on Traci's Etsy Shop! Hip Hip Hurray!


Unknown said...

GORGEOUS!!! This party just wows me... and the painting blocks!!! I loved the idea so much I linked to it to send any of my small blog's readers over here to see the many details from this awesome party.

Traci said...

Ack! I'm so far behind!!!

Thanks so much for the feature...and the lovely compliments!

Beth said...

Where did you get the blocks?

Unknown said...

I love the paint a block idea, where did you get the blank blocks?

Anastasia C. Maier said...

Hi! Also love the block idea-where did you find them?

Unknown said...

I found blocks at
Smooth and the edges were sanded so no worries!

MK said...

What kind of paint or markers did you use on the blocks so that it was safe for baby to play with and possibly put in his/her mouth?