Thursday, October 14, 2010

{Real Party} Jack's Birthday Pawty

A few days ago, Rachel, from Dinner Bells sent me over this ADORABLE party that she threw for her Westie, Jack, for his birthday. And let me tell you, she sent it to exactly the right person.
I love dogs. LOVE them.
I usually get my dogs their own birthday cakes every year. I have been called crazy in the past.
My babies, or as I like to call them, "my skanks" are Keiko (the fat husky), and Kaia, the Great Dane.
Keiko really is evil. I won't go into her psychoses in this blog post though. But, if there was a blog called "*&%$ My Dog Eats" instead of "8^$% My Dad Says", trust me when I say that she would be the best contributor ever.
 
But, I digress.

So, I immediately fell in love with these precious doggie party that Rachel put together for Jack. My favorite part is the absolutely precious tennis ball table treatment! The way she has them tied up in different lengths and colors of ribbon! LOVE! Apparently, Jack is obsessed with tennis balls, so she went with a tennis ball theme.  
 Look at this FACE! Could you not just squeeze him through the computer?
The cake was for people, but all the other snacks were for the doggies.
Look, Do-mutts!
I love this punch station for the people too! I am a sucker for anything rainbow-colored, and this is too cute!
And, of course, the doggie guests. I am pretty sure that the top blonde one with the perm wants to come home with me!
Thanks Rachel! SUPER awesome job!

5 comments:

  1. I.LOVE.THIS! The tennis balls are genius:)
    The Pug loves and adores this super cuteness.

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  2. Wow this is the sweetest thing ever! Well done, i love it! and how cute is Jack! :)

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  3. After searching for ideas for my daughter's graduation party, she is a tennis player, coaches for our Rec Department and will be attending Ferris State University in the fall where she will be working toward a Business Management degree in Professional Tennis Management and I am totally using this tennis ball theme. I love the ribbons with dangling tennis balls!

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  4. After searching for ideas for my daughter's graduation party, she is a tennis player, coaches for our Rec Department and will be attending Ferris State University in the fall where she will be working toward a Business Management degree in Professional Tennis Management and I am totally using this tennis ball theme. I love the ribbons with dangling tennis balls!

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