Piper loves pigs! So instead of a farm theme, we decided to "girlie-it-up" and put a crown on the pig's head and make everything PINK! Her dress and pants were designed by Dizzy Dragonfly. Her cake and cookies were made by Tami Garmany of Newnan, GA, and the printables were designed by Party On! Designs. A special guest arrived right after we cut the cake (my brother dressed in a pig mascot costume). By the way, I will sell the pig costume if anyone wants it, we dont need it now that the party is over. We put a crown and a tutu on the pig mascot to make her a girl and to match the party. The pig did not talk (just like they do at DisneyWorld). Piper loved the piggie visitor. We already knew she was not scared of large mascot characters because she wants to hug and kiss them whenever she sees one. My other daughter Paisley, made the pig poster on the present table using flat pink and silver glitter foam. The party favors were pig beanie babies with crown stickers stuck on, and I made a castle area for them to rest on. This whole party started with the outfit for Piper, and the cake lady used the picture of the outfit to make the cake and cookies match exactly. I also sent a picture of the outfit to Party On! Designs, and Amber made the printables to fit the exact theme of the party. Photography by A. Kent Photography.