The baby is fondly nicknamed Peanut so the decors revolved around peanuts.
Here's the table runner with gold and brown-spray painted peanuts.
Part of the decors are these made-to-order cupcakes whose wrappers are congruent with the colors of the party.
This "Dumbo" the elephant explicitly stated that this is a party meant for Wendy's Little Peanut.
Putting the words "Congratulations, Wendy and Eli!" completed this cute cupcake arrangement.
The cupcakes are cute enough by themselves but this cake diaper has become the cutest centerpiece of all.
With Dumbo the elephant on top of it, and mind you, there are 67 diapers required to make this cake, we just had the perfect symbol of the party.
A closer examination will make you realize how easy it is to make this cake. Just roll 67 diapers, make 3 stacks, bundle them up together, tie a ribbon around them and now you have a cake!
I was trying to avoid having the chairs in the background as I took pictures of this cake and lo and behold, this aerial view turned out great :)
Let me show you the seat of honor.
This designated seat for Wendy has been decked out with fabulous ribbons.
We also decided that the presents should stay within Wendy's reach in time for the gifts opening.
Through the collaboration of great people, this curtain was installed quickly
and be-ribboned, too (if there's such a word).
To draw eyes up on the ceiling, these cuties were also hung up.
We all loved the banner with earth tones, the picture of Dumbo, and Little Peanut's name.
A party is not a party without food so here's a quick snapshop of some of the foods that we potlucked.
Now that you've seen the details, here's how the whole room looked like.
At the end of the lunch, gifts had to be opened.
Here I am, with the proud parents of Little Peanut, capturing and sharing this special moment in their lives.
Congratulations, Wendy and Eli! Here's to a lot of sleepless nights and fun days with your little one ;) Cheers!
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