Planning Kate’s 6th Birthday Party!

rainbow heart party

Hello friends! If you follow me on Facebook, you probably saw my post about “Planning a Fabulous Children’s Party in Two Days” and updates on planning Kate’s 6th birthday party! I am trying to show you that even with very little time, you can put together a sweet birthday celebration. With my travel and shoot schedule the past few weeks, I wasn’t able to really start getting things together for her party until yesterday. If you missed my FB posts, we decided on the theme awhile ago…. RAINBOW HEARTS. Her party will be a casual “playdate” style on Friday since the kids are all out of school for Easter weekend. I designed an invitation last week, but decided it was too late to send out, so I used a rainbow Evite instead. While I love formal invitations, even this mom runs out of time! Yesterday, I ordered the cake (inspired by this cake that I adore!) and other desserts, booked a bounce house for the backyard and found some cute things at Target. I did a quick search this morning on my go-to sites for kid’s clothing: Gap, Old Navy and Nordstrom and ordered her this adorable dress, which I can pick up tomorrow at the store!

Be sure to follow my Facebook page to keep up with my party planning for the next couple days!  

Happy, Happy Birthday to my sweet girl!

Comments

  1. 1

    says

    Cute, cute! I love the rainbow theme! And that cake is pretty amazing! Can’t wait to see what you come up with. Thanks for being real and showing that things can still be fab in little to no time!

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    Tina Dahl says

    As I am in the midst of planning/getting ready for my twins Mermaid/Pirate party and stressing out, I think the idea of a more simple party is a darn good idea, and I LOVE the rainbow hearts theme and can’t wait to see how it turns out!! Don’t get me wrong, I love planning and working on the kids party but it is a lot of work…that I know will pay off!!

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      says

      Thank you, Tina! I definitely prefer being able to take more time to come up with fresh, brilliant ideas for my kids’ parties, but I ran out of time this time! :( It will still be cute and LOTS of fun!

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      Deidra says

      Tina Dahl I have twins as well and I am planning their party.Do you mind sharing some of the different themes you have had for the twins? I love the Mermaid/Pirate theme.

      Kim I love reading your blog and get great inspiration from it. I have purchase a couple of you birthday packages and I am sure I will order more. Thanks for the Inspiration!!!!

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    charlette says

    Hello Kim,
    I love all of your work. You definitely have a gift for what you do. The heart party looks great!
    It was a few years ago that I stumbled across your site while searching for party ideas for my daughters 3rd. I had no Idea this world existed and now I’m hooked. I was so inspired by your fairy garden party…So I attempted a version of it with your printables of course. While it did not come out as well as yours I have not given up. I’ve styled a train party for my nephew and a Halloween birthday party for my niece. All in All they were nice but still not where I would like to be esthetically.
    I need advice. Where should I splurge and where could I skimp? What should I spend most of my time on? Budgeting and time are issues. It seems making cakes, cupcakes and cake pops put me over the edge in terms of time and energy spent, but on the other hand it is cost effective. Also, what do you think a reasonable total cost for a well styled kids party would be?
    My Fairy Party:
    http://pinterest.com/gillipop/fairy-garden-birthday/
    My Train Party:
    http://pinterest.com/pin/28358672625843999/
    My Halloween party:
    http://pinterest.com/pin/28358672625100400/
    http://pinterest.com/pin/28358672625100388/
    My Rapunzel Party:
    http://pinterest.com/pin/28358672626201685/

    Thank you, Char

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    says

    It’s going to be fabulous! I love that you’re sharing the quick tips as well! How funny that you and I both had to use an evite for our daughter’s parties this year lol I am usually all over designing the invite, and I know you are! Can’t wait to see the finished, fab product!

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    says

    I know the feeling Kim! But I am sure you will come out with something spectacular. It’s funny that i made a similar party to my daughter last October and this year my daughter ask me for a mermaid party (Kate’s last Birthday theme).
    I can’t wait to see the final product! Good luck with everything and HAPPY BIRTHDAY to beautiful Kate.

    cariños,

    Fara

    • 14

      says

      Hi Fara! I think most little girls all love the same things! My daughter is definitely the typical princess, pink, hearts, rainbow-loving little lady!

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        says

        I know! I have follow you from the beginning! Kate is so adorable and choose the most amazing themes for her birthdays! I can’t wait to see this one! I think this theme is perfect for girls no matter the age! Don’t you think?
        I totally could have a heart rainbow party for my 31th birthday! :)

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    Shelly says

    Kate’s party came together beautifully! I am honestly not fond of the popular rainbow theme and when I saw that you were planning a “Rainbow Hearts” party my first thought was that this party wasn’t going to be of interest to me. However, I was interested in following you as you put this party together in two days. To my surprise, with each new post, I fell harder and harder for the bright colors and the fun, youthful feel of this party. The entire day just screamed “have fun”! The huge balloons, bouncy house, bright balls, and rainbow layer cake are irresistable! I can’t wait to see Kate in her dress and matching necklace…and of course, the shoes she wore with it!!! Great job, Kim, this just proves you can’t judge a book by it’s cover.

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    Raquel says

    Hi Kim……want to congratulate you for your wonderful fresh ideas. I’m from Brasil but the distance has not been a barrier to use Tom Kat every single year for my girl’s birthday parties. She already had the Ballerina and then a mix of fairy garden plus owls for her second bday. This year I’ve chosen the cotton candy theme and can’t wait to put together a cute 3rd bday party to our little Sahra.
    Also bought items from your shop and they arrived ok all the way here.
    I’m so glad I found you!!

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    Lorena says

    Kim, hola! I have followed your blog for several years now and I love your ideas and creativity. You are a great inspiration. I am looking forward to see pictures of this lovely and fun theme.

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    Chasity says

    Hey Kim,

    I was wondering when you might have your pictures up from Kate’s heart party? I cant wait to see them! :)

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    Jeanine says

    Hi! Is there any way to order printables for the rainbow heart party? I see the other rainbow party on your site, but not this one. Please, please, please!!

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    missy422 says

    I love the way Tomkat studio shows the planning stages- I always wondered in amazement how you can plan these beautiful parties! I wonder how long before the event you start planning.

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