It was fantastic! Many, many pictures.......grab a cup of coffee and relax a bit.
The cake pops turned out to be super yummy and ended up only taking about 10 years off my life. Totally worth it, right!
I did learn a few things and will change my method next time. Can't wait to try again!
My favorite part of the party........pixie dust for the girls.
Frog and lava putty for the stinky boys.
Why not do favors for the moms? They're the ones who made everything happen anyway, right?
Most of the party was spent outside.
Kiddos painted tiaras and crowns.
We cleared the furniture and set up the gazebo for princess pictures.
And, as usual, this is one of my favorites.......the pouty princess.
Allison took most of the photos and did a beautiful job!
You'll notice the difference between our pictures. Mine are much better than Allison's.
Totally kidding. I still don't know how to use my fancy camera.
Do princesses typically have dirty feet and bruises on their legs?
We had a bitty cake for Laine since everyone had pops.
College roomie, Mike, and his youngest of 4, Ainsley.
Back for more photos......
Cailyn. Rylee's little sis and all around perfect child.
Ellery, Merrilee's daughter.
With Dane. These two are simply adorable.
Rylee, Laine's BFF.
Our littlest princess, Ainsley.
There were a few tears. To be expected.
Allison and me.
Mike picked out a Justin Beiber doll for Lainey. I will never forgive him for this.
Someone busted out the makeup.
And, when the crowns dried, it was time to go home.
Well, not really. Several neighbor kids stayed late and the Davidges watched LSU (((((win!!!!!)))).
Ranked #1, baby.
It was an awesome night. Thanks to everyone who celebrated with us!