Preston’s Magical 1st Birthday was staged by Smitten Events and we were invited along as their North Vancouver event photographers. Of course, Smitten thought of everything from carnival popcorn & magic wands, to little bunnies in every corner!
Preston’s grandparents’ home was dressed up like a magic show, complete with a balloonist. The living room soon filled with super cute balloon animals, and bunny quickly became Presto’s fave. And, that nickname, Presto! It was so fitting.
It was finally time for cake, so we got in there to capture some real-life moments. Presto’s cake was brilliant – a magical top hat with bunny ears poking out the top. He was a wee bit cautious with his first cake.
Who could blame the little guy? They set it on fire and then encouraged him to eat it with his hands. In the end, he preferred to eat it with a spoon – just like momma taught him! But, once his cousin got in there and showed him how, he was totally into it.
We love photographing events with Smitten. Every detail is covered and they create an atmosphere that’s amazingly fun to capture. It was fun for everyone, the kids and the parentals. It was so sweet that they hadn’t forgotten it was Dad’s birthday the same week. He got a matching cupcake with a dirt biker name tag – super cool!
Happy Birthday, Presto! (and Mike too!)
No matter how big or small your event might be, Family Creative Imagery loves to capture all of your favourite moments. Whatever the occasion, we’d love to be there! Call us for your milestone or just because…fun!!!
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