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My daughter is in LOVE with Pinkalicious, so we set the entire party around the book. I made pink cupcake invitations, and decorated the entire house in pink, pink, PINK! The crafts and games also reflected different parts of the story, the buffet was all green food, and the Pinkalicious dessert table was sure to give everyone Pinkatitis!
This party is posted on my blog at: http://theshowerplanner.blogspot.com/2011/12/pinkalicious-birthday-party.html
Everyone, because everyone wore PINK!
A giant strawberry "cupcake" cake, strawberry cupcakes with strawberry whipped cream, cupcake pops, pink and white layered jello squares, oreo truffles, individual strawberry ice cream sundaes, individual strawberry shortcakes, fruit, and pink candy!
Activities / Games
We read the story of Pinkalicious before dinner, had an arts and crafts table where guests could make their own wand, crown, and cupcake bank, and we played "Pin the Cherry on the Cupcake".
Each guest left with their activities from the arts and crafts table (a cupcake bank, wand, and crown), "Pinktails" that I had made and each guest received, and each child had a Pinkalicious favor box that contained a wand, purse, jewelry, notepads, and other little toys.
Singing happy birthday to my little girl...ALWAYS the best moment.
What People Ate
Green food for dinner, and pink, pink, PINK dessert!
What People Drank
Pink lemonade, Pinkalicious water bottles, and pink "jelly" shots!
Watching my almost 90-year-old grandfather eat pink jelly shots while wearing pinktails!