Emmy turns 3!
This weekend we celebrated my little girl turning three! I had already planned her birthday party (a Pinkalicious theme) and then she told me she really wanted an Elsa party! Luckily, her school has little birthday parties and her cousin Finley shared her family party, so Emmy got two frozen parties AND a Pinkalicious party. That’s a lot of celebrating for a three year old!
Her family party:
A little blurry – but her first Elsa doll!
Her school party had donuts! She picked them all out herself.
And her big party was her Pinkalicious one. We threw it at KJM Equestrian. They have a fun little play area for the kids and they all got to take a pony ride around the party area. She had an absolute blast and loved seeing all of her friends! My friend Jordan helped me set up and took pics the whole time. She was an awesome assistant, so if you are in Tulsa and would like a little extra help for your party, let me know and I will send you her info! (Also, comment below if you can’t see these pics…I am not sure if they will show since this storage area is set to private. If not, I will make it public so you can view!)
Meeting Cuddly, the pony:
And this guy is the biggest animal lover EVER!!! He fussed when he had to get off and did a little pony ride, too!
And the best family portrait we could get! Ha!
Some party details:
I made the invite myself with the Pinkalicious artwork provided on the Pinkalicious site. (See info below.)
Party location – KJM Equestrian
Plates – Oriental Trading
Glass Bottles – Oriental Trading
Cookie favors (Pinkalicious’ wand) and centerpieces (I love double duty!) – OKCookieMomster (delish) My mom painted the pots for me, I printed out pics from the Pinkalicious site and then bought the cookies wrapped up to look like Pinkalicious’ wand and just inserted them into floral foam.
Cupcakes – Reasors (30 for $20 – can’t beat that price!)
Items for the cupcake decorating – The cake decorating aisles at Walmart and Hobby Lobby
Banner – The Pinkalicious site has lots of really cute printables, party supplies and games. I just blew up a poster that was on the site and put it on banner paper.
The weather was perfect and we couldn’t have had a better day celebrating our sweet girl with all of her friends!