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Party Recap

We had a great time at Reagan's party. Everything was centered around the Lalaloopsy characters and their world. We used bright colors and buttons for decorations. We had different stations themed around some of the main characters. Reagan was even dressed like her favorite Lalaloopsy, Blossom Flowerpot. It was a wonderful day.

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Party Highlights

  • Party Favors

    Lalaloopsy coloring book, button flower headband, button hair clip, bottle cap necklace, sucker, blower, gumballs, sixlets, cupcake egg with jelly beans

  • Activities / Games

    All games and crafts were centered around the characters: "Crumbs sugar cookie bakery" - food table, "Peanut Big Tops" hook and hoop ring toss, "Blossom Flower Pot" planting station, "Sunny side up" pet adoption - make a bunny pet, "Spot splatter splash art wall, "Bea spells a lot" story time, "Tippy Tumbelina" dance time, "Marina Anchors" fishing pond, pin the crown on "Jewel Sparkles", also button ring making and Lalaloopsy pinata

  • Budget

    $250

  • Best Moment

    Seeing Reagan's face when she came down and saw the party set up. She was very excited. She also loved her cake so much.

  • Funniest Moment

    Seeing the pictures on the art wall. The kids love this activity. They can come to it anytime they are finished with an activity and they are waiting for the others to finish. I do this at every party. I just change the theme name for the activity. Last year it was Repunzel's art wall.

  • Most Touching Moment

    When Reagan hugged me and said thank you and that she had the best mommy!

  • Best Dressed

    Reagan...she was wearing a dress I handmade, that looked like her favorite character, Blossom Flowerpot.

  • What People Ate

    Trix marshmallow treats, popcorn, cotton candy, crackers (buttons), pretzel rods (sewing hooks), sixlets, jellybeans, taffy, cupcake marshmallows, dum dum suckers.

  • What People Drank

    pink lemonade from cute Mason Jars

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5 comments

  • Jillian L

    Jillian L wrote:

    Great detail!

  • Jillian L

    Jillian L wrote:

    I love letting the kids write on the walls! :)

  • Nora A

    Nora A wrote:

    LOVE THIS PARTY!! How did you connect and hang the plates?

  • Missy M

    Missy M wrote:

    Thanks, it was a fun party! I used the colored sticker labels from the dollar store. I used a length of yarn/string the length of the door. I turfed the plates upside down and taped the yarn on the back. We then have a curtain rod hung there, so I tied it onto that. I then taped the yarn to the floor, so the plates wouldn't move.

  • Missy M

    Missy M wrote:

    *turned*

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