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Gingerbread Birthday Party


For my daughter’s 3rd birthday, I decided upon a gingerbread party theme since her birthday is early January. Kids decorated mini gingerbread houses to take home and families also received homemade chocolate covered graham crackers as a favor. Our menu consisted of warm-up, comfort foods: blazin’ hot chili, winter white chili, cheesy potatoes, veggie pizza and mac-n-cheese. Sweet treats included white and dark chocolate covered strawberries and fluffy filled cupcakes with snow covered (coconut) ice cream balls. Tasty drinks offered were a variety of hot teas, pink hot chocolate, pineapple punch and juice boxes. For games, we played “Snowball Scoop” with cotton balls and “Snow Dig”.

Project Details

Color palette for the party was hot pink, red, lime green and brown.

Red cupcake stand:

Custom "Baleigh" felt crown:

Fabric pennant banner & cake stand (take home boxes):

Gingerbread graphic on invitation:


Tuesday 11th of May 2010

Awwww. A gingerbread party. I find it really nostalgic. I really thought people now are way too cool and modern for gingerbread themes.


Thursday 29th of April 2010

This looks so fun! I love the colors, too. I have always thought that hot pink and lime green is a very great combination. Cute and adorable decorations, too. Just the type of party theme young girls get excited about.