Gizelle Bryant‘s eldest daughter, Grace Bryant, just turned 16!
The Real Housewives of Potomac star celebrated the milestone occasion by sharing numerous photos of her firstborn to her Instagram, definitely going all-out for Grace’s special day.
Gizelle first shared a photo of Grace in a long-sleeved black mini dress and gleaming white feather crown as the 16-year-old kicked back over a gold-and-white throne.
Numerous silver, pink, and gold balloons were surrounding her as she smiled for the camera and held three large pink balloons in her hands.
“And just like that GRACE is SWEET 16! ????” Gizelle exclaimed. “I’m screaming HAPPY BIRTHDAY to my beautiful princess. ???? Grace has brought more joy to my life than I ever thought possible. My heart explodes with LOVE every time I look at her ❤️ #Sweet16 #1stBorn[.]”
The fun didn’t stop there as Grace switched outfits to sport an adorable white lace mini dress with a high collar — but she still kept her crown, of course.
“HAPPY BIRTHDAY GRACE! ???????? You taught me how to LOVE! ❤️ Thank you to @kalixtob •Creative Director @_jamesjones_ •photographer @an_elegant_xperience •set design,” Gizelle captioned the post.
Gizelle went on to post another shot of her and her daughter outside their renovated, ranch-style home with a gigantic “Happy Sweet 16! Grace” sign in front of them in pink and blue colors.
“Ok this is probably the last picture! Still celebrating my Grace!! ❤️ #Sweet16 @cardonyouryard,” Gizelle wrote, shouting out the company Card on Your Yard for the birthday sign.
To round out the celebration, the RHOP star shared a sweet photo with Grace and her 15-year-old twin daughters, Adore and Angel. The girls’ father and Gizelle’s current partner, Jamal Bryant, also joined the crew as the family posed outside Mastro’s Steakhouse for the event.
“#FamBam Ok this is really the last picture. ????,” Gizelle joked. “I have been so overwhelmed with this day. My little girl is all grown up. ❤️???? I thank God for my family, I would be a mess without them #FamilyOverEverything #Sweet16[.]”