{Real Parties} Fabulous “Up” Inspired Birthday Party

Kim recently was a judge of a Party Design Contest over at My Insanity, and when she came upon this Up inspired Birthday Party, she was blown away {pun intended}. Wendy from Wendy Updegraff Photography threw this party for her daughter’s 7th birthday, and the details and styling of the table setups were amazing! Balloons and vintage suitcases as decor…gorgeous! Lollipops, popcorn, soda bottles are all perfect movie snacks. Oh the cake! Those fondant circle balloons, amazing! All of this and the viewing Up on an outdoor screen….fabulous!

 Thank you Wendy for allowing us to feature this fabulous party! You did an amazing job!

 Please visit Wendy’s blog for more photos and details!


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    Shannon says

    I love this party theme. The cake is absolutely adorable . I check in with Tom Kat Studio everyday for inspiration and ideas on to be a more fun and creative mom…Thank you for sharing and as usual “Great job!”

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      I would think it would easy to adapt to a boy using Russell, Kevin and the Spirit of Adventure more as the theme with some boy scouts badges and stuff thrown in the mix.

      I had already planned to do outdoor movie night for my daughter this year to make her birthday more layed back (than the typical extravaganza) but this may have changed all of that. lol

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    Flor Chong says

    Very inspiring ideas! The suitcase was a very very smart idea!
    Just in case somebody is looking for more crafts, you can find it in disney website (familyfun.go.com).

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    This is stinkin’ cute!!! My three kids are all teenagers now and still love that movie…maybe I could get my son to change his mind from a “Frat” party with a root beer kegger to an “Up” party for his 16th birthday….hmmmm…don’t think that’ll happen :)

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    Could this be any sweeter! The cake is amazing, really inspiring thank you for sharing!! Plus those marshmallows on a stick, love the table display…love everything!!!!

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