At this Luau Party there was a hurricane, hence the leaning Tiki Hut and Pineapple tree. 🙂 No, really we had an issue with our cake. We actually had to prop it up with plates and candles. A few days later I showed our Publix bakery manager and she gave me a full refund, so would I still recommend Publix? YES! This is the first issue I have had out of the 30 plus cakes I bought over the years.
I picked up these pineapple cups from the Dollar Store. I thought they were the perfect favor for this Hawaiian party.
I also picked up a few fun Luau Costume Props from the Dollar Store, for a fun photo booth.
Here’s my first pineapple tree. Super easy to make, all you need is three to four pineapples and eight to ten skewers sticks. If you plan in advance you can pick up some tree foliage to add to the top. It gives it a better look.
Abuelo working his magic to take this Tiki Hut apart. It was very serious business!
My Cubanita drinking her espresso while opening gifts 🙂
Thanks Aunt CC for the cake in the face!
*If you live in the Central Florida area and are looking for something exciting to add to your party, I highly recommend Leaping to Fun. We have used them over six years for all of our kids parties. They have bounce houses, wet slides, food machines and more. For more information click here and make sure to tell them Bethany Boy sent you.
From a doctor telling us she wouldn’t make it through the pregnancy. To being born at 2 lbs and 1 oz! You have more than survived sweet girl, you have flourished into a beautiful, caring, thoughtful, God loving, artistic young lady. And we are so proud of you!!!