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Under the Sea party: Kiernan is 1

Today’s party feature is an Under the Sea party for one-year-old Kiernan! For Kiernan’s party, mom Jess decorated with all sorts of handmade Etsy finds, from favor buckets to cupcake toppers, water bottle labels to a specially-made time capsule. Jess ordered Kiernan’s birthday banner and monthly pho...
Julie Clark
Julie Clark • 1 year ago

Time capsule for a 1-year-old, to be opened in on their 18th birthday

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