Lyla’s Pink and Gold Jungle Safari Themed Party – 7th Birthday

Calling all party animals, care to join us as we explore this stylish safari shindig? A theme that is widely known for animal prints, greens and browns, the hip team of Bespoke Manila gutsily brings us to the other side of the jungle where everything looks chic and utterly gorgeous. Having a unique party doesn’t always mean that you need to have a unique theme, as perfectly shown in Lyla’s party, sometimes you just have to go against the flow and show people that it can be done. You’ll be surprised that even the simplest tweak can change the whole mood of the party!

For Lyla’s bash, I’m ecstatic to say that they gave this theme a complete makeover and it’s definitely swoon-worthy in our book. Going for the ultra-chic combination of pink + gold, they also got those little glittering deets that wonderfully add a bit of sparkle to the setup. From the golden animal silhouettes and delightful desserts, they even made the juice bar so stylishly cool. Are you ready to be inspired? I know I am. Keep on scrolling down for a whole dose of eye candy galore!

I’m a little biased when it comes to their choice of color combination. I simply adore anything pink and gold! For me it evokes fun, elegance and girlyness. And just how pretty is Lyla’s invites? The simplicity of the design makes it even lovelier.


The animals are ready to party! Using a very lovely pairing of wooden palette and moss backdrop gave these glittery animal silhouettes more of a pop. The rustic vibe instantly highlighted the animals beautifully. Oh…as partially seen in these photos, they used hanging vines and flowers as ceiling accent.

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A gorgeous alternative to pastel pretty, the bright and vibrant contrast of these floral blooms against the shimmery and gold details of their table setup makes it far more interesting and full of life.

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I’ve seen these animal neck pillows before but I never thought of using these as table centerpiece. See how awesome Bespoke Manila is? I love this idea. It’s an easy way to inject fun and playfulness to kiddie tables.

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To make sure that Lyla’s party is pretty to the core, check out her lovely cake and sweet treats! Capturing the whole pink + gold safari theme flawlessly, Sugarplum even got the sparkly thing incorporated to these desserts. Everything looks too darn pretty, it’ll be hard to eat them without feeling guilty of ruining the design.

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Aside from The Jive’s all out performance and some exciting games, the kids busied themselves doing crafty activities at the party. Check out those washi tapes, there were loads of them to choose from!

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Guests were treated to some scrumptious food and snacks! Even their buffet setup was tied perfectly to theme, too.

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Setting a whole new level when it comes to food carts, Bespoke Manila had done it once again. I just love the concept of their gourmet bars. I noticed that they also matched the type of snacks with the theme so it actually varies from party to party. That sausages and burger station looked extremely good!

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From Pink Elephant, Golden Sunset and Forest drink, four different juice drink were served for their guests to enjoy.

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These cute safari-themed throw pillows served as party giveaways. Lookie there, I think they even hired calligrapher to write the kids name to make it more personal. Clever much.

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These are some of my favorite photos of the family.

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Vendors who made it all happen:
Event coordinator: Bespoke Manila // Stage setup: Spark and Twinkle // Additional Props: Handicrafts Atbp. // Photo coverage: Joseph Gatz and Jervy Santiago // Cake, Cupcakes, Cookies and Cake pops: Sugarplum Pastries // Invitations: Amis Print // Catering: 8 Spoons // Lights and Sounds: Sensitivity // Host and Entertainment: The Jive // Venue: North Forbes

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