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My daughter, Lily, loves Doc McStuffin's! She asked to have it at the park so that's what we did. I did all the decor, crafts, & food myself. I focused mainly on pink & purple. I was lucky to find a lot of cute hearts that tied into the party since it was close to Valentine's day.

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Party Highlights

  • Best Moment

    The best moment was all the kids playing the check up game! They were all bandaging up their toys and LOVING it! They were all so cute!

  • Funniest Moment

    My daughter ran away from her cake because she was embarrassed that everyone was looking at her!

  • Most Touching Moment

    Was when my daughter immediately put on the Stompeez that her Nana bought for her! She was so happy with the gift!

  • Best Dressed

    My little one, of course! She was in a handmade dress from BBCB Boutique (on Etsy & Ebay). We love the dress!

  • Desserts

    Cake!

  • Party Favors

    I made Doc McStuffin's doctor bag for each child. Inside I made a big book of boo-boo's (I bought tiny composition books at Walmart, covered them with purple felt, and added a sparkly pink heart. Sparkly paper was found at hobby lobby) There was also a pack of tissues, band-aids, handmade hospital bracelet (with each child's name on it), a hospital bracelet for their toy, and a doctor rubber ducky (found on oriental trading)

  • Activities / Games

    We played "Time for your check-up" and we had a coloring activity. We also had balls, jump ropes, and a playground for the kids to play on.

  • Budget

    Budget?? haha I tried to keep track at the beginning but I soon fell off the wagon. I think we spent somewhere near $900-$1,000 for this party. That is including the outfit, all the crafts, decorations, activities, etc.

  • What People Ate

    We had a lot of sweet treats! There was cake, cupcakes, wafer sticks, band-aid cookies (sugar wafers w/ chocolate hearts), apples, chocolate kisses, chips, cheez-it party mix, gumballs, strawberries, grapes, chocolate pretzels.

  • What People Drank

    Juicy juice for the kids. We got the fruit punch & grape flavor to keep with the color theme. For the adults we had pink & purple gatorade, and strawberry & grape soda. We also had water.

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19 comments

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    Shashonda T wrote:

    Love the party! I was thinking about making gable boxes similar to these? Where did you order your boxes? I see them on Oriental Trading, but wasn't sure about the size.

  • Shaunna T

    Shaunna T wrote:

    Hi! I got mine from oriental trading. They are the perfect size for a Doc McStuffin's doctor bag! Good luck!

  • Carla P

    Carla P wrote:

    Hi there, where did you get that dress from? it's very nice!!!

  • Carla P

    Carla P wrote:

    how about this favor boxes? where did you get them from? thanks so much!

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    Angee K wrote:

    I adore this!

  • Kyra K

    Kyra K wrote:

    Love your party. I plan on having a Doc party as well. Can you tell me how you made your party favor boxes? Im pretty crafty myself. Thanks!

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    Sheila R wrote:

    Very nice I am trying to host my grandaughters 5th birthday party very difficult finding party supplies please help. thank you

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    Dee G wrote:

    The party was adorable!!! How did you get the pink glitter at the top of the boxes. Thanks!

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    Rolanda H wrote:

    Did you buy them with the pink glitter on them or did you do it yourself?

  • Shaunna T

    Shaunna T wrote:

    Hi Carla, I bought this dress from a boutique that sells on Ebay. I believe it was called Blue Birds Boutique.

  • Shaunna T

    Shaunna T wrote:

    I bought the purple boxes from orientaltrading.com and then I bought pink glitter paper from Hobby Lobby. I think it was around $1.00 per sheet. I traced the top of the box and then I used that as my template to cut out the glitter tops. I used hot glue to attach them to the gable boxes. The band aids are made from tan foam sheets (also purchased at Hobby Lobby) and I cut hearts out of the leftover pink glitter paper. Everything is hot glued to the gable boxes. Good luck with your parties!! :)

  • Shaunna T

    Shaunna T wrote:

    I bought the tiny pink boxes and the pink/purple snack cups from www.orientaltrading.com. They have tons of party supplies for great prices! I also bought the table runner (white/pink polka dot) from there. I bought the glass jar from the dollar store. The ribbon on the boxes is from walmart ($.50 per roll) and I found the purple hearts in the dollar section at Target. Good luck with your party!

  • Shaunna T

    Shaunna T wrote:

    Thank you!

  • Shaunna T

    Shaunna T wrote:

    Handmade wrapping paper made by wrapping the gift in white wrapping paper and then printing large characters & a quote. This was a hit!

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    Renee O wrote:

    Hi, I am in love with your party!!! Also thank you so much for explaining how u made everything. I was curious what type candy u used on the pretzel. Thanks again.

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    Renee O wrote:

    How did you make your cupcake toppers? Thanks

  • Shaunna T

    Shaunna T wrote:

    I bought a personalized printable from etsy then I printed them on cardstock, cut them out, glued a tooth pick to them. :)

  • Shaunna T

    Shaunna T wrote:

    Thank you, Renee!! I used melting chocolate and M&M's on the pretzels. You can buy the colored chocolate at pretty much any craft store. I put the melting chocolate on top of the pretzels (grid type pretzels) and then I put them in the oven for 2 minutes on 350 degrees. Take them out and while the melting chocolate disk is still soft place a M&M on top. Let them cool and then you can store them in a big ziplock bag until you are ready to display them. Beware...these are SOOO yummy and super addictive! My guests were in love with them!

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    Chrissy H wrote:

    VERY CUTE!!!!! LOVE IT!!! I went to the site picmonkey to do the cards but how do I write on them.

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