Annyeonghaseyo! It’s been like a month since I last posted something. I have been meaning to share with you guys some new stuff I've worked on or the new Korean dramas I have watched, but work and other personal stuff seems to get in the way. I really appreciate those who've been leaving comments and sending me messages, despite the scarcity of blog posts. *kisses*
Anyway, just to break off the silence that has fallen into my blog these past weeks, here are photos from Alan’s first birthday party. I recently became a Godmother to one of the most charming little boys I have ever met. I had so much fun during the party. Alan got over 500 plus photos during that event, but I doubt I’d be able to share them all to you here. *grin*
Mommy Carol, Alan’s Mom has been planning about this party for months. Just like any other Mom, she wants the best for her son. When she told us about it, we knew exactly what she wanted. Donna, Anna and I designed those animal-printed letters in Styrofoam to fit in with Alan’s birthday theme. I’d say I have to pat myself on the back for this one. *wink*
The beautiful backdrop Carol had behind the cake and gift table are by a small company which I forgot the name. Sorry! The beautiful cakes and yummy goodies were made to match Alan’s birthday theme. It’s made by Miss Cecil, our Boss’s friend. I will post her complete information later.
The party was held at Best Western Plus Antel Hotel. The food was catered by the hotel's in-house restaurant. I’d say the food was exceptional and the children were catered for with the utmost respect.
Games weren't the best, but still, we had so much fun. We were like kiddos during the party.
We all had so much fun having our faces painted. lol It shows in our smile, right? Hehe
And finally, here's our little gift for Alan. It's not the most expensive one, but it's something well thought about. We bought it with the thought that he'd be able to still use this one until he gets 50 years old! haha
The goal for Alan's Party was to have something for everyone. Sure he's just 1 and will probably not remember it, and yes it’s a celebration for the parents as well of getting through the first year but Alan really enjoyed himself and had a good time. But he spent most of the time sleeping on my shoulder though. Haha! I love this boy so much. :)