• Team Kramer had a party last Sunday, June 26, to celebrate the 7th birthday of Kendra, the eldest daughter of Doug and Chesca Kramer. And boy, was it fit for a superstar. Scratch that--fit for royalty. #KendraSuperstar’s birthday party had a princess ball theme with the most royal of color pairings--purple and gold. No detail was spared as everything looked amazing, from the decoration to the cake. 


    Here’s The Blue Leaf Events Pavilion in Taguig City all dressed up for the party. Decorations were done by sought-after events stylist Gideon Hermosa.

    Earlier in the day, doting dad Doug gave the birthday girl her first bouquet of seven red flowers. "I didn't want Scarlett to feel left out even if it was her ate's special day, so I got her four roses as well!" says the photo's caption. What a sweet papa!

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    The center table pieces are mix of flowers and, yes, balloons, a detail event stylist Gideon liked. 

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    Here's a closer look at the ceiling deco. We love how the fairy lights made the venue even more magical.

    Finally, the birthday girl arrives! The stage is set in gold with touches of purple. Kendra poses for pictures next to her "throne." 

    Kendra's red Spanish Lace ballgown was made by Mimi Ferrera Lazaro from Bumble Bee and Company. It's adorned with Swarovski and glass beads, and the bottom two layers of the gown are detachable, transforming it from a long gown to a shorter one. Perfect for playing around in!

    Little sister Scarlett also wore a ball gown in pretty blush pink, also made by Bumblebee and Company.

     Team Kramer mom Chesca looked stunning in her Sasha Bridals gown also by Mimi Lazaro. The back has beautiful cascading ruffles and a draped train.

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    Here's the whole crew with dad Doug and little Gavin looking dashing in their suits.

    Kendra was ushered into the event venue by none other than her favorite Disney princesses--Cinderella, Belle, and Frozen's Anna and Elsa (who were played by lovely ladies from party specialist Clowning Around).

    They danced, and they sang! And Doug even sang along with them. Hear him singing along to "Let It Go" in the video below. If you can tell from the video, the guests were also encouraged to come in their best prince and princess outfits.

    The most touching moment of the celebration had to be when Doug sang for sang for Kendra, which was the little girl's birthday wish. Doug wrote in his Instagram post, "No, I don't sing, I'm not a singer. But I will sing for you baby coz you asked me to! I love you!" Aww!

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    Nice Print Photography took the pictures above. They were also the official photographers for the event.

    And, what's a birtdhay without a cake, right? Here's Kendra's 7-layer cake made by Red Ribbon. We're in love with the cushion inspiration. It makes us think of the fairy tale story The Princess and the Pea (and Tangled because of the colors)!

    Here's Team Kramer enjoying the candy buffet table arranged by One Sweet Day Events who were also responsible for the spread at Zion's, son of Richard Gutierrez and Sarah Lahbati, third birthday party last May. 

    Here's the photo op area with the event hashtag #KendraSuperStarAt7 in glitters at the background. Doesn't the decoration make you think of Disney's Tangled?

    Adorable (and very useful) crown-shaped bookmarks with silver tassels at the end were one of the giveaways from the party provided by souvenir shop Knotville Favors.

    We hope you had fun at your party, Princess Kendra! Happy birthday!

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