If you have read any posts about my beautiful Rosebud you will know she is a creative little poppet who loves making things, especially if it involves mixing, squishing and colours. Putty and slime are a big part of our home but this new addition of bath bomb making is so lovely. Rosa has become quiet the bath bomb creator and loves sharing her finished products. Rosa even has her own Bath Bomb Recipe.
Rosa’s Bath Bomb Party allowed us to indulge in all thing pretty and beautiful. Rosa helped with lots of our party preparation. Together we painted party decor, practised making our bath bombs and baked coconut ice and cupcakes for the freezer. So much preparation and fun completed together. My beautiful Rosebud is now six. My ‘hoped for’ girl between two boys! She is so strong and determined while full of giggles and cartwheels. We hope you love this party as much as we do.
Rosa wanted to celebrate her birthday with two special friends, and of course her two brothers. Rosa had a wonderful time with her girlfriends dressing up beautifully, eating delicious treats and making their own bath bombs.
We set up ‘Rosa’s Botanical Bar’ with shelves stocked full of beautiful natural ingredients for the girl’s to create their own bath bombs. Rosa loved foraging for and collecting the dried flowers and herbs, which we started doing months before her party.
I’m going to let the photos speak for themselves. Make sure you watch our delightful video of the party in action and be sure to check out the list of wonderful vendors at the end of the post.
Bath Bomb Making Fun:
Party Hire: The Little Carousel
Cakes: Cakes by Kim
Girl’s Dresses: Jo Kidd Couture
Girl’s Hair: Brighton Hair Studio
Floral hoop, letter and mobile: Left and Right Designs
Invitation, Rosa’s Botanical Bar Poster and all labels: Little Gems Photography and Design
You’re the Bomb Biscuits: Cupcake Heaven
Cupcake and Milkshake decorations: Kiwicakes
Candy floss and lollypops: The Lolly Shop
Peach Marble Paper Plates and mini balloons: The Pretty Baker
Silver Cupcake Cases: Party World
White chiavari children’s chairs: Royal Events
Balloons: Spotlight, Kmart and Warehouse
White feathers: Tom’s Emporium
Bath bomb bowls and whisks: Kmart
DIY Ribbon Bunting Backdrop Fabric: Spotlight and Creative Junk Tutorial on how to make Rag Bunting.
DIY Paint: Summer Green by Resene
Videography and photography: Emma Smart Creative
A special thanks to The Little Carousel for lending us lots of beautiful items to make our party extra gorgeous. The tee pee, dream catcher, boho can shelf, white dresser and bird cages. Thanks also to Jo Kidd Couture for lending us her absolutely beautiful dresses for the girls to wear and to Cakes by Kim for the two divine chocolate cakes, made perfectly to fit on our little cane chairs. Another special thanks to Left and Right Designs for the floral hoop and the gorgeous mobile, which hung above the children’s table like a chandelier. The beautiful floral R was also from Left and Right Design, which I purchased for Rosa’s birthday present. A special mention also to Royal Events for lending us the four white chiavari chairs, which I just had to have for this party!