The theme was vintage carnival and carousel horses, and most of the decor actually came from London's room.
The menu was simple, with hot ham and cheese sandwiches, corn salad (by my mom), chips, and for dessert frosted animal crackers, white chocolate carousel horses (also made by my mom), and delicious cake by Shanna Darnell at Rich in Blessings. I will try to make a list at the bottom of where I bought decor that didn't come from her room.
We are so thankful to everyone who came to celebrate, to shower London with love and kisses, and to share in the joy that London Elise has brought us all year. We appreciate the gifts so much (and London has been playing with her new toys and wearing new clothes like crazy), but more importantly, we appreciate that you took time from your busy schedules to hang out with us. We love you all!
Happy birthday, London Elise!
High chair, fabric banner, and chalkboard frame: borrowed from Amanda Skaggs Kemp (Thank you!)
Tickets (on tables): Mighty Dollar
Month-by-month photo banner and carousel horse cake toppers: Oohlala Paperie
Glitter garland (on cake): The Path Less Traveled
Ticket garland (with London's name): House of Mark
Cake: Rich in Blessings Bakery
London's birthday crown: Little Blue Olive
Ferris wheel: Philanthropy
*All other decor came straight from London's room.