Apr12 Indian Princess 2013

Baby girl got to celebrate her first year of life in style, and in a teepee! The haystacks and the fringe fabric banner add  a lot to their  Indian Princess scene. I have a special place in my heart for maxi dresses because they’re so comfortable and cute (let’s all  give a round of applause for comfortable fashion), add to that the feather in mom’s hair and she’s like a decoration piece for this party! Finally, the cake…my mind is blown!

Photography: Melissa Robinson
Bakery: Cinotti’s Bakery Jacksonville Florida
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GREY LIKES COMMENTS!

  • Lindsay {Everistta} on April 12, 2013

    Love this theme! Precious!

  • Lorraine on April 15, 2013

    I just have to say she looks so gorgeous in her outfit,and Indian Princess scene,what a lovely shoot a family treasure to be shown for years to come.

  • Embroidered Baby Gifts UK on April 15, 2013

    What a gorgeous theme – and very original. Loving the tee pee.

  • Katie on April 15, 2013

    So adorable! And that baby is just gorgeous!

    xo,
    Katie
    hellolittlebean.com

  • taylor on June 01, 2014

    where is the mom’s dress from?!?!? this is a beautiful party

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