Are you in need of blue and green birthday party ideas? Look no further! We’re here today with creative and fun ideas that are fit for any child’s birthday celebration. Inspired by the beautiful colors of the sea, our latest inspiration board features decoration ideas, kid-friendly dinnerware, and the cake of your dreams.
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Lime Punch: Give your party punch a colorful flair by mixing fresh lemonade with green-colored punch packets for the perfect ‘under-the-sea’ drink.
Balloons: Mix and match decorative balloons that represent your color palette to spice up your party area.
Pretzels: How adorable are these pretzel sticks? Embellish your pretzel treats by dipping them in white chocolate, mixed with blue or green food dye. These go perfectly with your party’s color scheme and qualify as a fun grab-n-go snack.
Table Settings: Find easy and decorative table settings such as green polka dot plates and large blue plates to serve as chargers.
Cake: A sea-blue cake with whipped frosting and a miniature garland will complete your party. Simply add sprinkles to the top of the birthday cake to give your star dessert an edge.
Today, we are so thrilled to be sharing these gorgeous outdoor senior pictures with you. As another year of high school comes to a close for seniors everywhere that means that the junior class is up next. With senior year being such an exciting time in life, it’s tradition that portraits are taken to document this time. These shots are then used for the school year book, for exciting graduation announcements and not to mention, hung up all around the house.
If you’re looking for ideas for your senior pictures, then Kirsten’s photos are just the inspiration you need. These shots offer grand views and beautiful close ups of the high school grad to be. Tip: If you want to get some variety out of your photos, ask your photographer if you can change outfits and locations. Being in front of a different backdrop can make all the difference in your senior photos.
From the Photographer…
Kirsten Robertson, a senior at Ocoee High school, celebrated her upcoming graduation with a senior portrait session at Baldwin Park in Orlando, Florida. A Florida native, Kirsten plans to attend Valencia Community College in the Fall and continue on to UCF or FAU. She loves the beach and hopes to live on the shore one day soon. A hard working student, Kirsten goes to class full time and works two jobs at Gators Dockside Grill and Twisty Treat. She loves being able to meet new people and help others. In the future she plans to either go into psychology or being an EMT where she can utilize her passion for helping those around her. But honestly, when it comes down to it, she just wants to be “successful and happy.”