Sabrina Carpenter's birthday dress pays tribute to rom-com icon

Sabrina Carpenter has been booked recently and is busy. In addition to being the new face of Marc Jacobs' summer 2024 campaign and debuting boyfriend Barry Keoghan at the Met Gala, she just celebrated a major milestone — her 25th birthday! Carpenter proved she can juggle a hot career with having fun by throwing an epic party at Brooklyn's DUMBO House on Saturday night.

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Surrounded by friends, family and some A-listers, the party was an all-out bash. Rapper Ice Spice, a Disney Channel alum supporter, showed up in an all-black, barely-there fishnet look, paired with her signature curls and a diamond necklace. The unlikely duo is certainly generating buzz, with some fans already comparing their friendship to Ice Spice's friendship with Taylor Swift.

Sabrina's bright yellow look

Carpenter is a vision of buttery yellow – the color of the season! — Mini dress with back and side slits. According to designer Jared Ellner, the dress was inspired by Kate Hudson's character in the classic film "A Man in Ten Days." The singer also accessorized with an elegant white Hermès Kelly bag, a yellow teardrop diamond necklace and a pair of gold strappy heels.



Perhaps the real highlight, though, was Carpenter’s birthday cake. The dessert was decorated with yellow roses and sparkling gold candles (perfectly matching her look), and there was a hilarious surprise: a Leonardo DiCaprio meme titled, "No, don't Turning 25. You’re so hot, haha,” jokingly admitting the actor’s (alleged) predilection for younger women. Needless to say, the star and her crew clearly know how to joke around, proving they can have fun and celebrate getting older in style.



Really, what better way to celebrate than with karaoke? Carpenter shared a photo of a screen with lyrics from Mario's 2004 R&B jam "Let Me Love You" to capture the night's festivities. Sabrina Carpenter's 25th birthday celebration was an unforgettable evening with show-stopping costumes, top-notch company and just the right amount of self-deprecating humor.