Saturday, August 8, 2015

Sarah's Surprise Going Away Party | August 2015

I know I've mentioned Sarah plenty of times on my blog, but she is my closest friend. She's always there when I need someone and we have an insane amount of stuff in common. There definitely aren't many people in the world like her! Not sure if I have mentioned or not, but she is doing the Disney College Program, for which I'm insanely proud of her! She will be working at Disney World from August - January. I'm sooo excited for her, but I will miss her something fierce! I wanted to do something for her so she would know how important she is! Now I've never thrown a surprise party before, so this was all new territory for me. Sometimes Sarah's mom, Sarah, and I will get together and scrapbook, so that was the excuse we used for both of them coming to my house. When she got there her cousins and some friends were waiting for her. 

Probably my favorite part of the party was the cake I got from Publix, because it was adorable, and the Disney themed photo booth.
I think the party was a success and it was a lot of fun. Have you ever thrown a surprise party before?

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6 lovely notes:

Kimmy said...

This looks amazing!! And it's been a long running joke with my work colleague (we're children's entertainers) that we should work at Disney World... maybe we should! x

Jessica said...

Thank you, Kimmy!! And maybe you should!! Haha, it seems like a magical place to work. I'd love to have that opportunity some day!! :) So good to hear from you, by the way!!

Laura Darling said...

This is so sweet of you and looks like so much fun!

Lacey said...

Looks sooo fun! I love throwing surprise parties! It's such a fun way to show your friend how much you care about them. Looks like it turned out really well, LOVE the photo booth photos. You can really pull off the witch look from Snow White... LOL! j/k :)

Victoria said...

You did a great job!!!! Seriously...I love it!!!! That cake and the photo booth were the perfect ideas! :)

I've never thrown a surprise party by myself before. I helped my Dad organize one for my Mom's 40th. And I'd like to throw one for my friend who is turning 30 in the spring, but I haven't decided if I could make it work or not yet! :)

Laura said...

I am personally against surprise parties lol. I hate them. I had two different people throw my a surprise party in the past and both times I ran and hid for a while. I do not like them haha. But others do! And your friend is lucky to have someone like you who is willing to celebrate her. :)