Last month, we celebrated my beautiful niece’s 100 days of birth. In Korean culture, this special day is celebrated with food, family, and friends.
Nora June was spoiled with 2 parties. My BIL’s family hosted one for his extended family and we hosted another small gathering for family and friends.
I made a simple strawberry cake and piped it with some homemade whipped cream. Jules told me to frost, “100” on it and I placed a little gold banner on top.
Nora June and her parents
Nora June gets a lot of love from both sides of the family.
The Park Clan
My brother John came in town!
Ahhhh love my little niece so much! We had another intimate gathering the next night with friends at our place.
Nora June looking quite regal don’t you think? I kept it pretty simple in the dining room with minimal decorations.
Is it bedtime yet?
I decorated with mason jars filled with tulips and mint from the garden. I’ll share the tutorial for the burlap banner tomorrow.
I placed some fresh roses, silk peonies, and mint on the table. I made a 4 layered chocolate cake with a chocolate cream cheese frosting.
Look, the same mini banner again. I recycle party decor all the time.
Lots of kisses!
One of the sweetest things has been watching my sister become a mother.
I love you, Nora! I’m so thankful to have 3 nephews from Jimmy’s side of the family and now a niece. Auntie love is a special kind of love.
Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength. Mark 12:30