It’s been five years since 1989, the album dedicated to Taylor Swift’s year of birth was released — and if you do the math, that means it’s been 30 years since the star was born. True Swifites will know that Taylor always throws a huge party, and this milestone birthday was no exception. Everyone from Camila Cabello to Gigi Hadid came out to celebrate her “thirTayith.”

After performing at the Z100 Jingle Ball at Madison Square Garden in New York City, Swift headed to Oscar Wilde, a restaurant in NoMad, to celebrate. Guests in attendance included her frequent musical collaborator Jack Antonoff along with Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds, Halsey, Gigi Hadid and Queer Eye’s Antoni Porowski and Jonathan Van Ness.

Swift tweeted to her fans and followers:“Honestly spending my 30th with the fans who have made my life what it is at jingle ball, then throwing the most aggressive holiday party known to womankind… I just.. seriously feel so lucky and will spend forever trying to find ways to say thank you. *cries in Christmas tree*”

The theme of the party seems to be a mix of Christmas (Swift’s birthday was on the 13th, but as we know, the Christmas season is unofficially a two-month long celebration) with undertones of, you guessed it, cats.

She captioned a photo of her birthday cake, featuring icing in the shape of her three cats, with, “Fur real guys, this was my cake.”

The celebrations were a continuation of a big month for Swift. Last week, she took home the Woman of the Decade award at the inaugural edition of the Billboard Women In Music Awards. In her acceptance speech, she reflected on gender inequality in the music industry, her ongoing feud with Scooter Braun and how her personal and professional lives have been intertwined over the past 10 years.

It has also just been announced that she will headline the 50th anniversary of U.K. music festival Glastonbury in 2020.

Of course, she will also star as Bombalurina in the upcoming movie version of Cats, in theatres this Friday.

Earlier this year, she reflected on “30 Things I Learned Before Turning 30” for ELLE US, which you can read here.