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Nom, nom, nom...this party is a treat!  A Milk and Cookies First Birthday Party with a Cookie Monster Twist is full of sweet delights!  Mom Lauren styled this party for her son- a family affair with sweet touches...Lauren says the best ingredient to this party was lots of love from a family that adores him!  You can feel the love and see all of the adorable details...keep scrolling!

I love the little smash cake above and the adorable Cookie Monster cupcakes!  I can only imagine how delighted Logan must have been to find out his favorite character tastes so good, too!

There was a bigger cake for everyone to enjoy a bit of the blue monster...

Bottles of milk waited for each family member~

This party was a family-only party and, to get everyone in on the fun, each family member brought their favorite cookies to share with Birthday Boy Logan!  Mom Lauren planned ahead to find out what each favorite cookie would be and had table signs labeling the cookie name and the family member's name!  What a cute detail!

Lauren had big blue feet leading from one dessert table to the second table you could find a mix of blue treats...even blue Monster Milk!

Cookie Monster poms hung from the ceiling and added a pop of fun to the decorations!

Each guest went home with a jar of ingredients to make cookies- of course!

Wow!  What a great Cookie Monster Party!  Lauren, you did such a great job surrounding your Birthday Boy with lots of family and lots of love on his first birthday!  Thank you for sharing!

Photography : Danielle McCann Photography

Cake & Cupcakes: Hot Mama's Bakery
Tabledrop : Linckids
Cookies & Milk Graphic Backdrop : Talove -Etsy
Cookie Yard Prop : Adorable Decorations
Cookie Monster Wreath: The Knock Knock Factory
Invites: Scrap Your Story-
Printables : BabyBuns Designs

Reader Comments (5)

Super sweet party!!!
June 21, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterLeonie@Ashlee Rae
What a clever Mum! We especially love the milk bottles with chocolate sprinkles...great idea!!!
June 22, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMarabous
Wonderful party! Love the sprinkles around the milk bottles! Great idea! We rim salt on adult drinks, it only seems fair for kids to have their favorite drink with a tasty treat added too!
August 19, 2012 | Unregistered Commenternikki
How do you get the sprinkles to stick to the milk jar?
June 3, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterLindsay
Hi Lindsay,

You can get the sprinkles to stick by dipping the rim of the bottle or glass into honey, Karo syrup, agave, etc. Leave the glasses upside down to dry so that the sprinkles don't slide down the glass/bottle. Some people use egg whites, but I don't like using eggs with kids. I hope that helps!
June 3, 2013 | Registered CommenterLydia Menzies

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