Candace Cameron Bure finally got what she wanted for her birthday.

The "Fuller House" star celebrated her 40th birthday on April 6, and her husband Valeri Bure knew just what to get her for a present.

On Instagram, Candace showed off gold, Tiffany earrings and captioned the selfie, "My thoughtful husband bought me the earrings I've admired and wanted since I was 10 years old for my big 4-0! Tiffany gold mesh earrings. Thank you, baby. I'm so grateful and blessed."

A pair of Tiffany's Elsa Peretti Mesh Scarf earrings in gold retail for $2,100.

The added accessories were not the only highlight of her day though as she celebrated with her fellow co-hosts on "The View" and her family on set.

She shared a happy snap of the moment they brought out a cake that had photos of her as a child on it and wrote, "Amazing cake and an amazing family. I love them so much! Thankful my mom, dad, husband, kids, AND sister's family are here and celebrating my #40th. #Surprises #Family #Cake #candacesfabulous40."

And that was not the only surprise as Cameron's 17-year-old daughter Natasha and For King & Country performed the band's song "Priceless." As she watched while sitting in the audience, Candace covered her face and broke down in tears.

About the family's surprises for her mom, Natasha admitted, "We're good secret keepers."

In addition to her Tiffany earrings, "The View" surprise party was also what Candace had wanted. She knew it was going to happen but not to what extent.

"I've told them I really don't want to know anything because I love being surprised," she told People.

The weekend prior to her birthday, Valeri, Natasha and her sons Lev, 16, and Maksim, 14, threw her a surprise party in Napa Valley, California.

"I already feel like I celebrated my birthday," she said to People.

But the celebration only continued for Candace, who was happy about turning 40.

"Every year has seemed to have gotten better," she told the mag. "I feel better than I ever have, so I'm excited and I'm going to embrace it."