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