Clementine’s Vintage-Inspired First Birthday Party

Mary of The Sauers threw the sweetest little vintage-inspired first birthday party for her daughter, Clementine. By borrowing vintage cake plates, milk glasses, and drink containers from friends and family, Mary was able to throw a lovely party without spending a fortune. Mary made the cakes (aren’t they gorgeous?!) and the decorations, making it even more special for her little one. Click through to see all of the lovely details from this vintage-inspired first birthday party…

  • Happy Birthday, Clementine!

    Happy Birthday, Clementine!

    Click through to see all of the lovely details…

  • The Food Table

    The Food Table

    I spy cake and ice cream! (My kind of party!)

  • Cakes Galore!

    Cakes Galore!

    How yummy do these different cakes look?! I love the vintage cake stands…

  • Fresh Flowers

    Fresh Flowers

    Fresh flowers make a beautiful, natural decoration!

  • DIY Decorations

    DIY Decorations

    See the pretty homemade tissue paper poms? Such a sweet decoration for a little one’s special day…

  • Picnic-Style


    For this outdoor party, guests sat on neat vintage blankets and quilts, making it a cozy afternoon for everyone.

  • Gift Table

    Gift Table

    Mary made the birthday chalkboard and the fabric strip garland, making the perfect decoration for the gift table.

  • Drinks


    Drinks were served in these lovely containers. Stripey straws add the perfect touch!

  • The Birthday Family

    The Birthday Family

    Here is darling Clementine with her sweet parents!

  • A Gift for the Birthday Girl

    A Gift for the Birthday Girl

    Here is the birthday girl with her new, special baby stroller!

  • A Tiny Cake

    A Tiny Cake

    How sweet is Clementine’s smash cake?!

  • Celebrate!


    Here’s the sweet girl admiring her cake and candle while guests sing “Happy Birthday” to her!

  • Happy Birthday, Clementine!

    Happy Birthday, Clementine!

    I think she likes it!

All images used with permission from Mary of The Sauers


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