Monday, June 15, 2020

Donut Ever Grow Up :: A 3rd Birthday Party


“Dough-y!!” 🍩  A certain little girl has really missed her donuts after Mass on Sundays, so last Monday we celebrated her 3rd birthday with a donut themed party!


 



Homemade Donut "Happy Birthday" Banner with Sprinkles
(You are welcome to download my FREE printable document to use it yourself if you'd like!) 



Krispy Kreme Donuts
Decorate Your Own Donut Bar
Milk, Cocoa and Coffee






Donut Picture Books including Curious George Learns the Alphabet



.: Donut Covered Birthday Cake :.


Cake Supplies: 

6" - Four Layer Cake (I use these awesome pans
Homemade Buttercream Frosting mixed with Plant-Based Dye
Decorate with Donuts
(I used 3 Kristy Kreme Donuts and 3 Krispy Kreme Mini Donuts)



.: Donut Bingo :.




I didn't have a chance to make my own, 
but this printable download from an Etsy shop was perfect. 


Me: Nice hat. I can picture you working at Krispy Kreme. 
Him: Yeah. It's either that, or an engineer... 


.: Birthday Gifts:. 



Frozen Backpack and Bow from Great Aunt Bridget




 

My Aunt Bridget flew up to send the weekend with us and flew back Monday morning. Miss her! 









.: Three Candles :. 



Happy 3rd Birthday to our sweet girl! 

Monday, June 1, 2020

Celebrating Pentecost, the Birthday of the Church


Our Annual Pentecost Cake

Since Pentecost if the Birthday of the Church, our family always celebrates with a birthday cake! Our cake is usually a white cake with white frosting since Pentecost is also known as Whitsunday. The large candle in the center represents Christ our Light, who promised to send the Holy Ghost, and the 12 smaller white candles represent the 12 Apostles and the tongues of fire. The 7 red hearts (strawberry slices on this cake) represent the 7 gifts of the Holy Ghost, and the 12 strawberries, placed around the cake, represent the 12 fruits of the Holy Ghost.

 



I didn't realize until looking back through some past pictures that "Rose" wore that same rose covered outfit as a baby on Pentecost Sunday 10 years ago... How has that possibly been 10 years already?!?