Real Party: Puppy Birthday

I spotted this party yesterday on Kara’s Party Ideas and was instantly in love!  My family and I are such dog lovers and this is one of the cutest puppy themed parties I’ve seen!  Created, styled and photographed by one very talented mother, Jessica Kettle, this puppy dog birthday will definitely get your tail waggin’!
Puppy Dog Birthday Party in Red & Blue

Puppy Dog Birthay in Red & Blue

I love the red and bright blue color combination and the clean modern style that is still playful enough for a small child.  Can you believe the ‘dog food’ is actually a coco puff cake!  So clever, right?

Kudos to Jessica on this adorable puppy party!  You can get the full scoop including party sources on her blog.  And be sure to check out her stunning wedding photography here.

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 on TLC, DIY Network, The Cooking Channel, Glamour and more.

Comments

  1. 4

    says

    Im only 14 actually turning 14 tomorrow but i love puppies and I saw this setting and cake and treats!! ITS AMAZING I LOVE IT!

  2. 8

    says

    doing a puppy pumpkin party this week…love your ideas….i have one of my own if its ok to share..i’m doing a sundae bar….so i got cute silver dog dishes with bones embossed on it for the iceream bowls………;) and of course there will be scooby doo graham crackers bones to garnish along with other sundae goodies…:) will post on my par-tay girls site on facebook monlday the 22nds…:) i love doing Paw-ty’s :) dar

  3. 10

    says

    Adorable…..i have 3 dogs and they would love 2 try these frosted bisquits…..can u possibly share the recipe u have for these treats? and the frosting? thank u Chris

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