We just celebrated our daughter’s First Holy Communion with a garden themed party at home. In keeping with the theme’s rustic feel, I decided to take my hands to glue to craft a few of the party details.
This birdcage was a thought since the inception of party planning. I wanted to get a birdcage as a focal point of the day. On a trip to a local floral supply store, where I was going for a birdcage, my sister and I spent three hours looking for a birdcage an associate said was in stock..but when we got to check out were told there was a birdcage although broken. I still wanted to see it. The cashier pulled out this perfectly aged birdcage just without a bottom. I bought it because it was perfect, even without the bottom, and he gave me an insane price for it. hah
This is what I came up with….
My husband will be making a base for this sometime, so I will have a fun birdcage to use wherever I would like in the house or for other parties. Like the Harry Potter themed one for the girls this year. I think a Hedwig replica will look great in there! 😉
Check out the other crafts from her party here!
Burlap and Lace Votives
Cake Pop Stand and Donut Hole Topiary