Christmas in July Birthday Party

Why not combine the two best days of the year into one fun party?
That’s exactly what we did!
We turned the A/C down, stayed inside & decked the halls for a Christmas in July Birthday Party.
Once I thought of the idea, I knew immediately I would pull out some of my favorite Christmas decor that I made last year & make the twins their favorite Christmas treats.  I spent zero money on decor.
The scrapbook paper loop trees are from my Christmas mantel last year.  I was so glad to bring those back out for the party.  They make me happy.
I got the idea for these snowmen & milk bottles from Pinterest via Bakerella.  I wouldn’t even compare my little guys to her adorable creations, but I still got tickled just making their faces.  Such a clever idea.  I used icing writing pens & these bottles to hold the milk.  Pure cuteness.
The snowflakes are from the dollar store last year.  I bought 2 packs & never used them.  Thank goodness I tend to hoard things. ;)  The poinsettia wreath was also a creation from last Christmas.  I love how it looks against my aqua walls as a fun contrast.
Here’s the birthday boy & girl.  Still can’t believe they turned 3.  I think this photo pretty much sums it all up.
Big brother, who totally “got” the theme of the party.  I think he was just as thrilled to be having a Christmas in July party, as I was.
This is how they looked when everybody starting singing Happy Birthday to them.  One of my favorites from the party.

This was by far the easiest party to put together.  The 2 themes, the pops of  color, the festive decor & decorating with things we already had made this a true party wonderland.  I still can’t believe we did this.  We never do anything to celebrate Christmas in July.  All I know, is that it was so much fun to put together & a great way to celebrate & remember the twins entering their third year.

Amazing how time goes by.


  1. What fun! I bet the kids had a blast.

    I especially like the colors used for the party. A nice twist for Christmas…er a Birthday party.

    xoxo Bunny Jean

  2. Love it! So much fun! And she looks just like you … oh the cuties they are.


  3. Oh… I forget to tell you about my “Bunny Hop Party”.

    Drop on by to see what’s “Hoppining”

  4. Such a fun party idea! I am loving the blue and red color combo right now. The snowman bottles are super cute!
    Jenn :)

  5. Kellie!! SOOOO fun! Your kids are so lucky to have you as their mom. You are always doing the best things and fun projects.
    I love the colors- my favorites.
    Thank you so much for your sweet sweet comments on my post last week. They meant the world to me. I am so glad I lucked out and sat next to you at the creative table at Blissdom.
    Can’t wait for our beach & chips date. xoxo

  6. Very cute idea! I love how you were able to lighten the heaviness of Christmas decorations for the summer.

    My favorite is their picture when everyone is singing….adorable! I can’t believe how big they are getting. Lisa~

  7. SOOO adorable Kellie!! I love the colors too!

  8. Love the color contrasts! Clever anf frugal to use what was in your stash! Stopping by from {tidy mom}.

  9. What an awesome party!
    I don’t think I would ever do this theme though, living in ND, we only get about 4 months of nice weather. Don’t need to be reminded of snow :)

  10. I believe that every day needs a little Christmas in it! I think your idea is fabulous! And from the smiles I see on those darling faces, the kids agree! Great job!

  11. kellie!!

    This is such a cute idea. I bet you all had a blast. Absolutely adorable!!!


  12. to fun, great idea. luvs it. jen

  13. OH how I love this!!! Kellie you inspire me constantly! And yes, your kiddos are so blessed that you are their momma! :) xo

  14. that is super cute! Feels nice to look at snowflakes in all this heat also!

  15. Great idea…what a beautiful party! They sure grow quick…. and are so precious!!! Great photos.

  16. Such a cute party! :)

    Can I ask what paint color that is?

  17. What a cute theme for a birthday party!

  18. What a cute idea … and your table was beautiful!

  19. This is so cute! What a fun & creative birthday party theme & you table looks fantastic.

  20. Awesome party theme! Love it and love, love, love the aqua! Thanks for all the fun links, too!

  21. How FUN!! Love the theme :) Looks like it was a blast, especially since I’m sure the heat was cranking in your part of the U.S. So creative!

  22. Love this. I am a July baby & never ever thought to do a Xmas in July party.

  23. Kellie, Everything looks so cute! Great idea! Your kiddos look so cute too! Lorena

  24. Thanks so much for linking up Kellie!! I featured your post in my wrap up!

    Have a great weekend!

  25. I have always wanted to celebrate Christmas in July…some day. Great idea and thanks for sharing!


    I start planning for Christmas today….so this was the perfect thing for me to find!

  27. ADORABLE! My daughter’s b-day is 3 days after Christmas and I am SO stealing this idea. I pinned it Pinterest, so I will remember. It’s amazing. You did such a very nice job. How fun!~

  28. I am visiting via Today’s Creative Blog.

    This is a fantastic project! Thank you for sharing.

    Happy Tuesday!

  29. This is so pretty! I LOVE those Christmas trees… I have tons of Christmas scrapbook paper and haven’t scrapbooked in a few years, so this would be a great use of it!

  30. This is just such a precious party! I love it! I have thought about doing this theme for Emily’s party some day (she also has a July birthday). Those snowmen are A-DORABLE!!! Great job!

  31. Such a cute idea … and I happen to love red & aqua. ;)

  32. very fun! I am a july baby, and that never occured to me as a birthday theme;)

  33. This is so cute! Love the colors and all the detail! Thanks so much for sharing!

  34. How adorable! I love that you were able to use so much of your own decor…my favorite has to be the wreath…thanks for sharing!

  35. Hi! I love all these great ideas! I’d especially like to know how to make the snowmen and the trees. Do you have tutorials on these? Thanks!

  36. I’m not ready for Christmas, but very cute!

  37. adorable! such a cute idea. really fun and different.


  38. Merry christmas 2011 more info visit :::finger food brisbane party event…….

  39. Could you please tell me the name of your wall color?

  40. Precious! Love this idea. :)

  41. As a July baby myself always wanted something like this rather the independence Day I got. You twins are absolutely precious. God bless them.


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