Real Events


Posh Tot Events Valentines Day Party

Would you like some Tea?

Love is in the air and we are ready to celebrate at Posh Tot Events! Join us at our brand new event venue in Roswell, GA for a very special Valentine’s Day Tea Party, complete with all the special touches Posh Tot Events is known for. There will be games, prizes and crafts galore and the piece de resistance….an ultra-POSH sweets buffet filled with delectable goodies that will make you swoon. Tickets are limited to just 20 Posh kids so grab your tickets before they sell out!


Bert’s Big Birthday Bash at Midtown Bowl

Our most recent Birthday Bash took place at the Midtown Bowl on August 28, 2011 and it was fantastic!


As usual it was so much fun to see all the BBA kids smiling and having fun. Everyone participated in the bowling and (of course) the cupcake eating!


We went with a pallet of turquoise and lavender with a bowling ball accent. The cheery colors went with the cheery atmosphere and coordinated well with the venue. We can’t wait to create a whole new theme and design for our next Bert’s Big Adventure Birthday Bash! And of course we’ll share the finished product with you!


Photography: Rustic White Photography

Bert’s Big Adventure Birthday Bash!

Thanks for hanging in there! We promised more pictures and they are finally here. Lauren Nicole Studios took some fabulous photos of our very first Bert’s Big Adventure Birthday Bash. Take a look!

The party had a carnival theme with blue, white and red as the main colors, with yellow as an accent color for party hats, place cards, and cups. We are so proud of this party and had so much fun with all of the kids. They loved the freshly popped popcorn, hot dogs, lollipops and yummy cupcakes we had for the birthday boys and girls and all of their friends and family. Everyone was also able to enjoy face painting, games and one fabulous furry pup.

These birthday bashes are so much fun that we’ll be having one every month for each child that was a part Bert’s Big Adventure! Every day is special for these kids and we’re so happy that we can make their birthdays even more memorable. Thank you again to everyone that helped make this party a success. We can’t wait until the next one!


Photography: Lauren Nicole Studios

Planning & Design: Posh Tot Events

Balloon Art: Holland Muscio for Balloonacy

Happy Birthday!

Here is a sneak peek of our very first Bert’s Big Adventure Birthday Bash!

A big thank you to everyone that helped make this big bash happen. We couldn’t have pulled it off with out everyone’s effort.

The event was wonderful and we can’t wait to show and tell you more. Stay tuned!

Real Events: Bert’s Big Adventure Send Off Party

Several years ago I was approached by one of my favorite clients, Stacey Weiss, to get involved in a nonprofit that she runs – Bert’s Big Adventure. Bert’s Big Adventure is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization designed to take children with a chronic or terminal illness and their families on an all-expense paid, red carpet treatment trip to Walt Disney World each year. It’s a chance for these families to escape, for just a few days, the endless hospital visits and treatments and have a few days of magic.  As a mom of small children, this is a cause that is close to my heart and I was more than happy to get involved. They asked us to help them make the Send off event a true red carpet experience to really set the stage for the magical adventure the families are about to embark upon. Each year we have added more touches and made it just a little better and this year was my
favorite yet.  The show is broadcast live from the event at the Sheraton Gateway Atlanta and it is an exciting begining to this magical trip.
This year a Mardi Gras theme was chosen and we used a bright and festive color scheme of purple, gold and green. We designed invitations
and signage using a Mardi Gras mask as the element we carried throughout. The familes were greeted with welcome baskets containing our
signature themed water bottles and gorgeous brightly colored mask sugar cookies.
Our vision was to create a mini “Bourbon Street” in the hotel ballroom. Each vendor was set up as a mini “shop” with fun. New Olreans themed
names. We made our Posh Tot Events shop “Camille’s Costume Emporium” and helped the children to dress up in fun costumes. We had street
lights and signage to mark the path and the entrance was marked with a huge balloon mask arch.
The food station area was  dubbed “Crescent Street Cafe”, and we set up small bistro size tables with umbrellas around them to help create the
feel of a street side cafe. Carters, a major sponsor of Bert’s Big Adventure, enlisted our help to create their booth – the “Bourbon Street Art Studio”.
We filled it with area rugs, arts supplies and brightly colored tables and chairs set up as art stations at which the children decorated journals
to take with them on their trip. 


Something new we added this year was an event stage for the performers. We had a magician and several musicians and entertainers that
had time on the stage to perform. We arranged the tables around the stage so everyone could get a good view of the fun and adorned
them with beautiful organza overlays in green and purple. We topped them with floating balloon centerpieces with feather boas and
table names that gave a nod to famous New Orleans places and phrases. Each table was also sprinkled with brightly colored coins
for good luck.


Something we have been doing every year is a pampering area for the parents. We have enlisted the help of hair and makeup artists
and massage therapists to provide services to the very deserving parents of these children and this year they were setup in their own mini “suites”.

To view more pictures from this event and learn more about the organization, visit Bert’s Big Adventure.

Vendor Credits

Entertainers:  Curtains Up, Turner Magic, Imagine It Children’s Museum

Face Painting: Fancy Faces 4 U

Linens: I Do Linens

Draping: Unique Event Management

Makeup and Hair: Balance Salon and Aura Hair and Makeup

Inflatable and pop up tents: Jumptastic

Massage Therapy: Victoria Kramer Massage

Balloon Design: Balloonacy

Welcome Basket Cookies: Yummy Delicious Cookies

Embroidered backpacks for the children: The Monogrammed Marketplace

Real Events: Cooks in the Kitchen – A Baking Themed 6th Birthday Party

We love it when clients come back year after year, although it can present a challenge in the theme department. We have to kick the creativity up a notch so that each event feels fresh and new. This year one of our favorite Posh Kids, Parker Bella, turned 6 and her mom and I devised a girly, baking theme to keep the girls entertained.

We used a fun color palette of Parker’s favorite colors – lavender and turquoise adding a little yellow for accent. The tables took on a whimsical
feel with centerpieces that used baking supplies and mini “cookbooks”.  We kept it girly by adding  jewels to the place cards and goblets and little cupcake charms to the napkin holders. The water bottles were dressed up with mini wisks fashioned out of ribbon.


The party started with an apron decorating activity that the girls really enjoyed. Personalized aprons were embellished with glitter glue,
felt shapes and letters.

The cake was created to coordinate with the invitations and featured baking supplies made from fondant and finished with a satin sheen.

Each girl got her very own cloth chef hat to wear (and take home!) before we got to work on the food. Three stations were set up for the
girls to rotate through and they each made fruit skewers, tea sandwiches and best of all cookies!  The girls were able to immediately enjoy
the fruits of their labor as they sat down to eat the treats they had prepared. After the cake was served each guest received a set of mini
cooking tools to take home along with their chef hats. It was a delicious day of fun for Parker Bella and her friends.

Vendor Credits

Apron Decorating Kits: Sew Plain Jane

Chef Hats: Growing Cooks

Cake: Dot’s Delights

Event Planning and Design: Posh Tot Events

Real Events: A New Orleans Inspired 4th Birthday

Using the Disney Movie “Princess and the Frog’s New Orleans setting as inspiration, we created this fun and colorful party for Imani’s
3rd birthday.  Her favorite color is lavender so we made sure to use that throughout the table settings with soft satin overlays and
sashes on the chairs.  2 playful jumping frogs showed up on all the printed items from the invitations to the favor tags.

To keep the little ones busy and happy, we set up a donut decorating activity that tasted as good as it looked!

Personalized favor bags were made for each guest and contained pralines direct from New Orleans.  The family served a traditional
gumbo for lunch in keeping with the theme and delicious cake for dessert.  The mom requested cupcakes with fresh strawberries for
the kids and they were a hit! A certain frog princess made an appearance and delighted the little ones with face painting and
magic tricks.

Vendor Credits

Event Design & Coordination: Posh Tot Events

Invitations: Whimsical Originals

Cake and Cupcakes: Sugarplum Visions

Favor Bags: Paper Nook

Photography by Kristen Alexander Photographer