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Celebrating a Bee-lated Birthday!

My oldest daughter turned 25(!) years old a couple of weeks ago and we were finally able to celebrate this past weekend.  I thought I would share a few pictures.  



When my children (and sometimes their friends) have a milestone birthday, I like to make a special cake that shows off individual characteristics that make them special.  


My daughter wants to be a beekeeper "when she grows up".  This tied in nicely with a belated birthday- hence the "Bee-lated Birthday" theme.


My daughter is a Disney fan and "Beauty and the Beast" is her favorite Disney movie.  Of course, the new version is coming out soon.  She also loves tea, so Mrs. Potts and Chip were perfect for the occasion. 


My daughter has played Pokemon since she was a very young girl.  "Pokemon Go" brought out a new "Festive Pikachu" the week before the party. 


She attends UNCG Grad School and of course, a red rose is appropriate for any woman for any occasion.  It also goes with "Beauty and the Beast". 


Who doesn't love (and miss!) Princess Leia?


I found this cute "candelabra" at Target.  I will probably get a lot of use out of it! 

Of course, I had to break out the Cricut and make a sign. 





Come back next week for more information about the party favors. 



I hope you enjoyed this little peek at our celebration! 


Thanks for stopping by today! 

~Cynthia

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