Oona's birthday invite from Tiny Prints, designed by her mom Romy, no less!
You guys remember our adorable dwellbaby Oona right?? Well...Romy just sent us these pics of Oona's first birthday party and I must share them. We literally cannot stop looking at them. Here's a quick description of the traditional Korean first birthday party from Romy:
"Dol is a Korean tradition that celebrates the birthday of a one-year-old baby. This ceremony blesses the child with a prosperous future and has taken on great significance in Korea. The birthday babies wear a hanbok and a traditional hat. Part of the Dol is a ritual where the child is placed in front of objects such as string, money and pencils. The child is then urged to pick up an object. It is believed the one selected will foretell the child's future (string=long life, money=wealth, pencil=scholar). The Dol table has food stacked high to symbolize a life of prosperity for the baby."
Oona at her Dol table...food stacked high to sybolize a life of prosperity.
Oona chose the money!
A very big happy birthday to the gorgeous Oona from all your friends at DwellStudio...we adore you!