Real Party: Milk & Cookies Birthday

I spotted this party yesterday on Celebrations at Home and I could not resist sharing it as well.  Considering I was just saying how much I love the milk and cookies trend, its easy to see why I was smitten with this party.  And well, I’m not the only one loving this adorable first birthday bash.  It was recently a finalist in the Most Adorable Party Contest on Creative Hostess.  So let’s take a look at this delightful milk and cookies first birthday party, created by Anne Powers of A Party Style.
Milk and Cookies Birthday

Cookies and Milk Birthday

From the fabulous milk and cookies cake to the jars of milk with animal print straws, this party is so amazingly cute.  Don’t even get me started on the birthday girl’s smash cake, made to look like a gigantic cookie.  Pure genius!  Be sure to get the scoop on all of the details on Celebrations at Home and Creative Hostess.  Thanks Anne for creating such a charming first birthday!

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Carrie Sellman , Founder & Editor

Carrie Sellman is the Founder & Editor of The Cake Blog. Her work has been published in BRIDES Magazine, Country Living Magazine and featured online at People, Today, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Redbook, Real Simple, TLC, The Cooking Channel and more.


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    This is such a precious party!
    My sweet little granddaughter is celebrating her first birthday this week!
    We have changed the theme a time or two!
    We think this one may be it!
    You have a beautiful blog!

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    Carrie Sellman says

    Thanks for reading Shelley! Anne did such a fabulous job on this party! Best wishes to your granddaughter as she celebrates her first birthday!

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    I have looked over this incredible post!
    I love it so much!!
    My daughter has decided to do this for her babies first birthday and wants me to do the cake.
    did you use ganache?
    and it looks higher than a regular two layer cake.
    We absolutely love it.
    Also I would love toknow how you made the babies cake “cookie” and the cookies that sit on top of the big cake!
    If you are willing to share i would love you know!
    If not I totally understand!
    Thanks for your wonderful blog!
    You do a nice job….we will be followers!

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