Identical twin girl birthday party!? Yes please!

The details at this party were amazing! Wendy (Mom) did after all start a card company when she was in jr. high (sold them in country village), so naturally she went above and beyond. She has always been a major crafting maven and I always get excited to see what she comes up with next. Wendy’s Mother Barb is such a talented baker and she added her special touches as well. Most of these little tasty treats were made by her. In fact I think many people stepped up to help make the day special. Curt’s Mom put together the tread bags and I believe made the little crochet birds.

When Charlotte and Savannah had their newborn photos taken, I had them nestled inside this suitcase for a few shots. We could barely squeeze them in this time, and they mostly wanted out. : )

There were so many cute things for the kids to do! Painting birdhouses, riding in Jonah’s mustang, silly string, digging holes (Jonah), and eating cake and yummy treats. The Favors were amazing too: little knit birdies, bird houses (that the kids painted at the party), cake pops, and a bag of sweets.

I usually don’t say the phrase “boys will be boys”, but it was just too cute with these images. Jonah and Finn are both super sweet boys.

It truly does take a village and I know all the Ayer children are loved by many. Here are a few of my favorite snuggles and moments.

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elizabeth - September 27, 2012 - 7:24 pm

Would love to know how to make the hanging flowers balls from ceiling for my daughters wedding . Thanks u so much, the birthday party was beautiful 🙂

Ashley DeLatour - September 28, 2012 - 8:17 am

I put in a note to Wendy so I hope she gets back to me with that info. Those would be so beautiful at a wedding. I will let you know as soon as I find out! : )

Jackie Rowland - September 28, 2012 - 9:27 am

Wendy is so talented!! That was one beautiful birthday party in so many ways. Thank you for sharing this! Loved all the pictures!!

Wendy Ayer - September 29, 2012 - 1:58 am

Hi Elizabeth! Please feel free to e-mail me and I will happily teach you!

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