Madison’s Pink Party {Real Customer Party}

Posted on Wednesday, April 6th, 2011

Having a little girl who is about to turn four, I know all about Pinkalicious. When Lisa ordered the “Pink Party” Set from the etsy shop, she told me it was going to be for a Pinkalicious Party but I had no idea how many adorable pink and “Pinkalicious themed” DIY projects Lisa would do until I saw the photos!

We started with the birthday girls photos dressed Pretty In Pink for the invite, which Lisa framed as party of the decor {love that}. Lisa welcomed guests with a pink wreath made of CUPCAKE LINERS!! If you know the story of Pinkalicious, cupcakes play a big role! She then made cupcake streamers too! How perfect!

She set up a sweets table with an adorable polka dot cake, topped with a cute little personalized cake bunting from The TomKat Studio, and cupcake toppers and circle tags from the Paper & Pigtails Etsy Shop!

One of my favorite elements from the party was on the sweets table, like I said, in the book, Pinkalicious eats too many pink cupcakes, so when I saw these little “cupcake” cake pops, I thought that is was not only super cute, but a great fun project my little girl would LOVE trying to make!

Of course, there were lots of pink elements throughout the party.

And what’s a party without a favor? Better yet, what is a Pinkalicious Pink Party without cupcakes to take home? How cute are these pink cupcakes in a jar, and cupcake hair clips from Butternut Boutique for the girls to take home!

Thank you so much Lisa for letting me share the super sweet and pink party you gave your little girl! I hope everyone gets some inspiration from your ideas, just like I have!

0 thoughts on “Madison’s Pink Party {Real Customer Party}

  1. Kristin on said:

    Such a sweet, pretty party! I love the cupcake papers garland the most! Great job!

  2. Jill Carilli on said:

    Lisa, this was one of your best parties yet! AMAZING!!!! All the little details that came together in such a HUGE way for a BIG impact!!! LOVE IT

  3. Liza Davila on said:

    This is so beautiful! Is the first time that I hear about this book and I want to buy it for my daughter now. I especially love the wreath. Is that difficult to make? That would be so beautiful for my upcoming baby shower on Saturday. Thanks!

  4. ooooh I love the cupcake wreath and the ribbon topiary! LOVE

  5. Lisa F. on said:

    Check out a good cupcake liner wreath tutorial at tatertotsandjello.blogspot.com
    A great project while catching up on your favorite TV shows! 🙂

  6. Lisa G on said:

    Thank you everyone for the sweet comments!
    Jillian at Catch My Party asked me to write up a ribbon topiary tutorial and here it is!

    http://blog.catchmyparty.com/2011/04/11/diy-tutorial-from-a-catch-my-party-member-how-to-make-a-ribbon-topiary-2/

    A cupcake wreath liner one will be up later this week but the one on Tatertots and Jello is very similar!

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