Children's Parties

Pretty in Pink Pajama Party

My daughter turned five this weekend and we celebrated with a small at-home party with all her best pals.  Being the girlie girl she is, we picked the feminine theme of a Pretty in Pink Pajama Party. Just to be clear I did not have 11 five year-olds sleep at my house. I’m not totally insane!

Kim of The TomKat Studio, and one of my fellow PN bloggers, helped me style the most gorgeous party decor.  She whipped up an adorably sweet design for banners, tags, cupcake toppers and place cards which matched the tableware in pink damask.

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner I lucked out and it was so easy to find a ton of different pink candies.

In keeping things sweet and feminine I used pink and white roses as the center piece along with whirly pops, chocolates and giant pink and white marshmallows (those were a huge hit!)

My favorite thing was the cupcake toppers, also from TomKat, used on our homemade heart shaped cupcakes.  We used reusable cupcake wrappers from Michaels and heart toppings for the perfect pink touch. And of course here’s Stella in her pink cupcake PJs!

4 Comments

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    At 34, I don’t think that I’d EVER get over my love for anything pink. With two boys and a girl who’s turning 1 on the 28th, I can’t wait to splurge on the pink for her party. Thank you for the ideas here! If only I could put them all together in one big PINK party to celebrate both my daughter’s birthday and Valentines, I would :)

  2. 3

    This is just what I was looking for! Creating a fun party for my Leana and she’s all crazy about pink!!! Thank you for sharing your ideas here and sharing the pictures. I think that even a DIY-idiot like me would be able to pull this together. Where did you get those plates???

  3. 4

    Sweet and feminine! And a pajama party’s so fun. Someday, when my little one’s a bit older, I’d host a pajama party for her.

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