Allen and I cannot believe that Casey is already over 100 days old. Many of you have asked what the significance of celebrating 100 days is. It comes from a Korean tradition when back in the day in Korea, many babies did not live past the 100 day mark because of extreme poor living conditions. To reach 100 days was a major reason for celebration and although it’s an old tradition, people still celebrate it today. Because Allen and I are both Korean, we wanted to celebrate this with Casey as we did with Joey when she turned 100 days. We had a small get together with the girls’ grandparents, auntie and uncle at our home and celebrated with traditional Korean rice cakes.
A special thank you to these amazing creatives for putting this together for us within just days.
Plan, design, styling: Simply Sera Events
Floral: Hana by Hannah
Cake Topper: Letterstou
Casey’s Flower headband: Roses and Polk Dots
Casey’s Dress: Found here.
Photography & Videography: Myself