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I will bet you want to know where I got the darling outfits? These were purchased on Etsy. (Leg warmers from Birthday Express) There are many people who make a variation of these but I would urge you to find a seller that you trust and are comfortable with. My friend made the little blue boutonniere for my son's outfit and the red flower on top of my daughter's hat.

I wanted to have this party be super special and custom so I created these sweet profile 12x12 pages for the twins of their favourite things etc. Some people make them at 11x14 but I wanted to be able to put it in their scrapbook when the party was done so I stuck to 12x12.

I uploaded all the photos from the shoot to COSTCO and they just happened to have a sale on collage posters so I had this gem printed up which I displayed when you came through the door. I had this frame already, there is a lego poster behind it from when my older son was younger. I just placed this over top. The stand is gorgeous I know. We saw it in a Christmas store as a display and asked the owner if it was for sale. We ended up buying it!

The cake turned out nice. I continued with the rosettes on the actual party day but instead of making two cakes, one for each baby, I made this one so I could display it on this stand that I got at my local hobby store. I took two cupcakes one with a blue wrapper and one with a red one, sprinkled blue sugar on one and red sugar on the other and then tipped them a bit sideways to make them a bit more whimsical then secured them with rainbow lollipops.

I wanted to have this party be super special and custom so I created these sweet profile 12x12 pages for the twins of their favourite things etc. Some people make them at 11x14 but I wanted to be able to put it in their scrapbook when the party was done so I stuck to 12x12.

We did these photos 3 days before the party so that I could print them out and frame them for the wall display.

These invitations were inspired by a few different sources but namely from Pinterest which the picture goes to an Etsy account and it is no longer available. I can customize these for anyone and send you a high resolution file for $15 USD. Order custom invitation file on my blog. (I can take the bow off of Thing 2 or put it on Thing 1 as well, depending on your needs.)

The first thing I did after figuring out the theme I wanted for my twins was to create an event in Facebook. With this event, I needed to create an event header image. The font I used is called Dr. Soos. This is what I came up with...

As you came through the door, we had a Dr. Seuss birthday book for each twin for people to sign. I had every intention of printing up a little sign that talked about signing the books, but I didn't have enough time. I printed the invitation out in 8x10 along with some of the photos from the shoot and I used scrapbooking adhesive to just pop them over the glass of the frames I already had on the wall.