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I made everything for the party myself, with the exception of the cupcakes that my mother in law made. I didn't have my cricut machine back then or a working printer, so many of the things were totally hand-done. We had fun coming up with pink foods for the party! My husband read the pinkalicious book to the kids, and they all got bags of green things (squinkies, hot wheels for the boys, parachute men, bracelets, green gum and ring pops and sour skittles) to cure the pinkititis. My step mom was in charge of the camera, so some of the photos are blurry.. sorry! We bought Zoelie the pinkalicious outfit, down to the shoes.. and she took it off right when the party started to trade in for a purple party dress. :) Favors were wands and crowns and glow bracelets, along with the green food bags. We had so much fun!
My father wearing a tiara and Zoelie calling him Princess Pop-pop!
Zoelie, of course! All the girls made wonderful princesses though!
What People Ate
Pink, Pink, Pink foods, of course! Cranberry & Turkey mini croissants, princess shaped pb & strawberry jelly sandwiches, strawberry yogurt with sprinkles, roasted red pepper hummus with tortillas, watermelon, white chocolate covered strawberries. Some green foods too to counteract the pink.. pickles, olives, grapes, and other "yucky" things :D
What People Drank
Activities / Games
read the pinkalicious book! and then play time!
200.00 - feeding 30 people.
Green goodie bags, crowns, wands & glow bracelets