Bright and cheery 30th birthday party
Turning the big dirtay 30 is the best time to throw yourself a radtastic party. Edyta Szyszlo, also one of our fave photographers, well she’s been known to cut a rug at house parties and just about everywhere she goes, so it was a must to have a dance party for her birthday. And well, homegirl knows how to throw a party! Just take a look at that invitation, designed by Hello!Lucky. Hang-on-the-wall-like-a-piece-of-art-worthy! With an invite like that, for a girl who loves mixing opposites together (chic & glam, rustic & quirky), and would put a white sheepskin rug out in the middle of the desert, aren’t you curious to see how she rang in the start of her third decade?
So where did it all go down? The Workshop SF. It was the perfect mix of quirky, DIY details, creative, unique and comfy size (not to mention just a few blocks away from where I live) so it was the perfect spot to host the event. And they teach some amazing DIY classes for anyone to take!
No cake or cupcakes here! I wanted a variety of cakepop flavors to make it easy to appease everyone’s tastes and provide easy munching on the dance floor!
Happy 30th Edyta!!
venue: The Workshop SF / photography: Edyta Szyszlo / photobooth & photobooth backdrop design: Tomfoolery SF / balloons, birthday hats, party poms, wine labels, drink signage handcrafted by: Edyta Szyszlo / invitations: designed, letterpress printed and airbrush edging by Hello!Lucky, handpainted by Edyta / party Styling: Kaella Lynn Events / Edyta and her besties party makeup: Julie Dy / cakepops and cakepop display: Sweet Lauren Cakes / music: DJ Solo / late night snack, hot dog cart: Annie’s Hot Dogs