I dreamed of being a mom for so long. I can still remember the day that I found out we were having a baby girl. My dreams were finally going to come true. To say it was a joy watching this wonderful and amazing girl grow up is an understatement. They say don’t blink and isn’t that so true. These last 10 years have absolutely flown by, but they’ve been the best years of my life. To celebrate such a milestone birthday we had to do something big! Follow along with me to see how we threw our girl her Peace Out Single Digits 10th Birthday Party.
I really love to celebrate each of my girls with a super fun party, but for this occasion I wanted to go bigger.. My baby girl is turning 10. So to celebrate her we decided to say peace out to the single digits, and hello to new adventures. So get your party hat and bell bottom pants ready, I’m about to show you how to throw the grooviest 10th birthday party ever!
Peace Out Single Digits Birthday Party
We had to celebrate our sweet girl entering double digits in a big way. We got our disco balls and daisies out, then threw her the grooviest and most far-out birthday party we could. It was so much fun getting ready and enjoying this party.
Peace Out Party Favors
If you’re having a 70’s themed birthday party, you’re going to need some far-out party favors. Like these daisy glasses that fit the theme so well. Putting out some fun groovy stickers as favors is a good idea.
You know I’m all about making something look absolutely amazing with very little extra work. These decorations were no exception. Don’t forget about the fringe. This pink tinsel and blu tinsel fringe garland will be the perfect addition to a table, wall or even added decor for your photo booth. Try this peace and love confetti. So simple but pulls your decor together!
Decorating the table is probably one of my favorite parts of any party. Add a cute daisy tablecloth, and maybe some confetti, and some table centerpieces! These groovy pastel colored paper plates will transport you back in time. Even these super cute daisy dessert plates. Once you add these glitter plastic silverware, your table will be complete.
This retro hippy style banner is the perfect backdrop for your peace out party!
Daisies were such a huge part of this decade. A 70’s party wouldn’t be complete without some daisy balloons.
What would this party be without a disco ball? While planning the party, I knew we had to have one there. Let’s don’t forget that your birthday party isn’t complete without a “birthday girl” headband or a fun pinata.
I think this was one of my favorite parties to throw. Did I give you some fabulous ideas for the next birthday party? I really hope I was able to share with you how fun and fabulous this birthday party was. If you’re looking for more birthday party ideas don’t worry, I’ve got some other ideas for you too.