I’ve been a sucker for themed parties for as long as I can remember and it amazes me how much fun I have with it even as an adult. You see me blog about someone else’s party and that’s just me appreciating the turn out of the celebration. To other people parties are just parties but it does take a lot of love, time, effort and creativity to pull off something like this especially here in the US where hiring party planners are a bit out of the budget.
So when you see me go all-out on a themed party, that’s just me showing my appreciation. It doesn’t faze me that people think I’m “feeling” the theme too much especially when it’s not my party. They took the time to prepare for it, at least take the time to look prepared and besides dressing up is soooo much fun. I hope Cassie grows up and sees it the way I do.
Here are some snippets of Olivia’s 1st Birthday Party. #Boholivia
And NO Cacay, it’s not #Bohol-ivia, its #Boho-livia. Haha.
Our Bohemian flatlay before attending Olivia’s 1st Birthday. #Boholivia
Olivia’s teepee set up greeting you as you enter the venue
Her boho themed birthday giveaways. Feathers galore.
Of feathers and teepees
Cassie clearly enjoying the set up already
Olivia’s cake smash area
How cute, a cactus piñata!
Olivia’s Dessert Table
The cake—Keeping it boho chic and boho classy. 😀
Happy 1st Birthday Olivia and Happy 1st year as parents Ann and Charles!
Cassie and Daddy
Boho-lovin Mommy and Cassie
We couldn’t resist taking a picture even before the birthday girl arrived. Good job on the set up, geng!
The Almacens and the Mendezonas
Here’s what Cassie wore:
(ROMPER: floral; Sparrow Collective/ HEADBAND: boho feather headband; Pip and Tumbleweed/ SOCKS: gray knee high fox socks; Amazon/ MOCCASINS: pink fringe; Amazon)
And just coz it’s been awhile since I last did an OOTD. Here’s one just for the heck of it.
(DRESS: velvet rose pink dress, Rue 21/ SANDALS: cream colored high knee gladiators; Charlotte Russe/ HAT: maroon fedora; Icing/ SUNGLASSES: round frames/ SCARF: thrifted from the Philippines/ CHOKER: nude florals; thrifted from the Philippines)