Partying with the Party Girls

I had a wonderful time partying with the party girls at our Girls Night Out last week!
All photos courtesy of the magnificent
Hosts and Special Guests: Me, Kristyn, Laura of Laura Winslow Photography,Toni and Kim from The TomKat Studio, and Steph
We Partied it up at
SweetCakes Cafe in Mesa, AZ
And ate these amazing individual cakes/cupcakes from


I really can’t decide which is cuter, Joanna or her cakes!
We were treated to gift boxes full of fabulous goodies from our sponsors!
Chrissy G. Designs was our main event sponsor…
(Shown here with Destiny)
and she brought this gorgeous display of some of her products.


Not only were the ladies from TomKat Studios some of our special guests, but Kim provided these cupcake toppers as a fun make and take project for our guests!


Rebecca and Katie having a fabulous time with the make and take


Check back because I will be blogging about the cupcake-liner nametags, ruffled streamers, photobooth, banner, party hats, and all of the insanity that went into this event!


Thanks, Vannas! I mean Autie, and Kristy


I think my favorite part of the evening had to be the Photobooth, with photography by Jessica Sierra of
Sierra Studios Photography and chalkboard bubbles by Kammi @ No Biggie (you can buy your own set of chalkboard bubbles here!) Too fun!





I think it’s fair to say that everyone had a great time!
Love this, Rachele and Cindy!
Thanks to everyone who helped to make it such a fabulous night!
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