Party Recap

Pink! Pink! Pink! For my daughter's 6th birthday, we used the Pinkalicious literary series to create a cupcake filled, pinktastic party!


Party Highlights

  • Best Dressed

    Our Pinkalicious pajama clad birthday girl

  • Desserts

    Pink cupcakes

  • Activities / Games

    Pillow fight, reading of Pinkalicious and Silverlicious, make a hair accessory craft, pigtails and pink hair spraying station, and hand stamping

  • Best Moment

    Pillow fight!

  • What People Ate

    We ate Pink foods: PB & strawberry J sandwiches cut into flowers shapes, bagels with strawberry cream cheese, pink fruit tray with strawberry yogurt, "pink" vegie tray, asiago bread, grilled chicken marinated in raspberry vinegarette dressing tossed with baby spinach, craisins, carmelized almonds, and gorgonzola cheese. On the green table, we had homemade gucamole and chips, pickles, olives, green fruit tray, green vegie tray, spinach dip, and spinach tortellini with bacon and brocolli.

  • What People Drank

    Pinkalicious Passion Punch, Pink Lemonade, pink fuit punch, and pink champagne



  • Ricca C

    Ricca C wrote:

    Love it <3 (armyprincess from cafemom)

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    Donyell W wrote:

    This party is the best party i have ever seen!

  • Scherrie F

    Scherrie F wrote:

    Awesome party! I hope everyone had a nice time

  • Christina P

    Christina P wrote:

    Thanks so much Scherrie! They had a blast!!!

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    Ricka D wrote:

    Did you do this balloon wall on your own? If so, can you tell me how or link me up to a tutorial? Thanks!

  • Christina P

    Christina P wrote:

    Hi! I did not make this wall. I actually got it for FREE at our local grocery store. Giant Eagle used it for a Valentine's Day display. My daughter's birthday was the Saturday after Valentine's Day. The store was just going to pop the balloons when they took it down, so they allowed me to come in and remove it in large pieces. It was created by balloon designer, Jeff Reed, of Many Faces of Entertainment. You can contact Jeff at ph: 440-259-3433 for suggestions on how to make it at home. Thanks for asking!

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    Liza D wrote:

    Hi! Everything is very pretty. Where did you find the great party favors?

  • Christina P

    Christina P wrote:

    Hi Liza! The Pinkalicious dolls, hair clips, and wands were from Burger King. They were given away with their kids meals. I just went to my local Burger Kings and bought them for 99 cents each. The cupcake socks, cupcake journals, cupcake favor bags, and pink puffy pens were purchased in the dollar section at Target. The cupcake cookies were made by my friend Cheryl. She is the owner of 2 Bubbies Cookies. Her contact information is listed under party helpers. Thank you for your kind comment and question. Have a Pinkerific day! Christina

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    Liza D wrote:

    Thanks a lot for the info Christina! Too bad I missed the Burger King toys, they look so cute!!! Take Care!!

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    Sonia M wrote:

    Hi, would you share where did you get the favors? Thanks a lot!

  • Christina P

    Christina P wrote:

    Hi Sonia! The cupcake bags, notebook, socks, and pen came from the Target dollar section. The Pinkalicious toys were Burger King kids' toys purchased for $1.00 from participating area Burger Kings. You may be able to find them on eBay. Happy hunting!

  • Christina P

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