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Party Recap

When I asked my oldest daughter what kind of party she wanted for her 6th Birthday, she said "Pink! Pink, Pink, Pink!" Anyone with a daughter will enjoy this fun theme based on the "pinkeriffic" book series by Victoria Kann. My daughter isn't quite ready for a sleepover but she wanted to do a pajama party so we went with a Pinkalicious Pajama Party. The kids were encouraged to wear pajamas (pink ones if they have them). We enjoyed a pink dinner, played "pinkatastic" games, did several perfectly pink crafts, had "purplicious" pedicures, feasted on pink cupcakes and had fun with a cupcake shaped pinata. The best part, at the end of the night, the kids were already in their pj's and ready for bed when their parents came to pick them up! We all agreed this was our favorite party yet!

Idea

Party Highlights

  • Best Dressed

    Everyone wins a prize here. They all embraced the pink theme and showed up in pink pajamas

  • Desserts

    Guests decorated their own pink cupcakes

  • Activities / Games

    Picture Frame decorating, "Pin the Cherry on the Cupcake", Pedicures, Gingerbread Decorating, Pinata

  • Budget

    $150

  • Party Favors

    Purplicious nail polish and purple or pink flip flops, cupcake picture frames, pink gingerbread house, pinata goodies (candy, notepads, pencils, etc)

  • Best Moment

    My favorite moment was seeing the looks of excitement and fun on each guests face as they worked on their crafts and played games

  • What People Ate

    Guests enjoyed pizza, carrots with pink ranch dip, and fruit with pink fruit dip

  • What People Drank

    Shirley Temples and pink lemonade

  • Funniest Moment

    After pedicures were over, the guests put on princess crowns and pink feather boas and posed for a true diva picture. Pinkalicious would have been proud!

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