Princess Charlotte

“Jess was 27. Just over a year ago she was diagnosed with a rare form of cervical cancer. She had a radical hysterectomy, radiation and chemotherapy. After all her treatment, things were starting to look a little positive for a few months… and then drs discovered a tumour in her liver. In Feb 2016 she lost all movement from the waist down and moved into her mother’s home who was caring for her. Jess was given till about July to live. She was happy she would see her daughter turn 3 in June, and wanted to create a super special party for her. Sadly Jess didn’t have her wish of seeing her daughter turn 3.  Jess was a single mum, dad is not in the picture so Charlotte will be under the care of her maternal grandma. Jess’s best friend wanted to see Charlotte have the best 3rd bday ever as she knows this is what mum wanted for her and she asked for our help.”


Charlotte’s birthday was a huge success. We are so grateful to all our stars who supported us to make this day truly magical. A special mention to Mary Ronis from Scribble and Style and Mary Nehme from Hope Creations who donated so much time in coordinating and styling this beautiful princess themed party. Charlotte lost her mother just before her 3rd birthday to cancer, we had amazing support from the community in creating her a truly special and memorable day.

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