19 September 2010

Pinkalicious Party

We had the birthday party today, and it was magical! 15 adorable little girls, and 5 adults! Pinkalicious is one of our favorite books. I got the girls a tutu and wand from Halo Heaven, and then used die cuts to cut out the star on glitter paper and hot glued it to the wand, so they could be just like Pinkalicious!
We had cupcakes ordered just like the cupcakes from Pinkalicious!
For lunch we served pink punch, star shaped sandwiches with strawberry cream cheese in the middle, pink rice crispy bites, celery, grapes, strawberries, raspberries, strawberry jello, circus cookies and pink whoppers! I got the pinkalicious stickers on the cups from Big Day Creations
I loved decorating for this party, I made the tissue pom poms following this tuturioal
When the girls first came they signed their name on the inside cover of a new Pinkalicious book for my little girl, then they got their wand and tutu and we danced to Pinkalicious the musical music. After dancing we had printed coloring pages from the pinkalicious publishers website and gave the girls each a pink, purple and dark pink crayon, (pinkalicious loves to paint)
then we read the pinkalicious book, ate lunch, read Goldielicious (one of the sequels), played I have a little "Goldie" (goldie is pinkaliciouses imaginary pet unicorn), ate cupcakes and opened presents and then danced again!
The middle tissue ball is one like this: I love the arch decorated pink on my porch! (and a look at our staircase progress...)
and the pink treat bag I made, I got the plain white bags at walmart, hot glued a little hot pink tulle to the inside, and a flower on the outside:


  1. Wow!! It look like the party was a lot of fun!!! Also, those costumes you made in previuos post are just adorable!!!!

  2. Oh...I agree with Ariane, WOW! How fun was that???

  3. OOOOHHHH! Those cupcakes look divine! You are amazing!

  4. What a delightful birthday party and all the cute decorations. Thanks for inviting us out to see how nice everything looked.