First let's talk food! Indee's Birthday cake was a six inch, 3 layer, Pillsbury Funfetti cake with vanilla buttercream frosting! And the rainbow sprinkled and coconut cake donuts were from Days market.
2 sticks salted butter, softened
5-6 cups powdered sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
1-3 tablespoons milk(to get to good spreading consistency)
Whip the softened butter until it is fluffy and pale yellow using a stand mixer or handheld. Add the powdered sugar 1 cup at a time to make sure it incorporates well. Add vanilla. Then add milk a tiny bit at a time while mixing until you get a creamy and spreadable consistency.
The burgers were equal parts ground chuck to ground sirloin at 20% fat. I used 3 pounds of chuck and 3 pounds of sirloin. We made the patties slightly bigger than golf ball size and flattened them out. We sprinkled both sides of the patty with Lawry's seasoned salt and coarsely ground black pepper. They went on a hot grill for roughly 3-4 minutes per side.
In order to shorten an already lengthy post I have decided to break them up into 2. This post shows the fabric flower headbands worn by the little girls and the fabric flowers in general. I will be doing a follow up post to show you how I made them!
All of the wonderful pictures are courtesy of the talented Breanna of www.bemephotography.blogspot.com
The ideas for the flowers came from www.natalienortonblog.com