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Unicorn Birthday Party

July 18, 2016

In typical five year old fashion Wells has decided a few days before her 6th Birthday that she wants a unicorn party.  Awesome.  Thankfully a locally owned party goods shop, Grace Street Print Co., is working hard to make her little dreams come true.  Without the need to ship we're going to make the deadline!  The shop owner, Lauren, has a few things listed in her Etsy shop but mostly does completely custom creations.  She came up with some really pretty ideas for our colorful confetti splash theme from last week and quickly switched gears with me and sent over some awesome proofs for me last night with lots of pink and turquoise and glitter unicorns.

You can check my whole Birthday Board here.


Party Hats shaped like unicorn horns, glitter unicorn wands, star wands, mini unicorn pinatas,
cupcake toppers, tassel and glitter number 6 food picks, mini garland, large garland, confetti, Wells is Six cake topper, unicorn straws, confetti balloons, unicorn party bag tassels, Unicorn Fur take home treat (cotton candy), Unicorn Poop (jelly beans)

I've had my nephews with us the past few days so I still haven't had a chance to go to the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale in person.  All four kids are staying with my parents for the next few days so I'm thinking about sneaking over there before my date night tonight with Matthew.  There are a few things I really want to try on and see in person.  Anything in particular y'all would like me to show you?  I know dressing room diaries aren't for everyone but I think it's really helpful to see real people in the clothes.

Especially this tunic sweater.  I'm usually an XS or S but sometimes I need to go up to a Medium for length.  I want all the bits and pieces covered so I can throw this on with leggings.  Same thing with this one




And this flutter sleeve dress, it says it's true to size but it starts at 00 instead of a 0 or 2 so I'm not sure if the sizing is off all the way up.




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