For party decor I chose a bright pink and lime green colour palette. It just seemed younger and more girly then the traditional red and green. So, with a few colour coordinated balloons, streamers, tablecloths, dinnerware and a handmade Strawberry banner (of course) the Strawberry themed party came to life!
I even made a tissue paper #1 for the front door. Check back later for a full tutorial on how you can make your own. They make a great wall hanging for a childs room too.
Parties are never a party without some munchies so besides having a boatload of strawberries to munch on, we also had a veggie patch (veggie tray), strawberry and grape shish-kebobs, chips and queso, popcorn chicken, fries and wings and a few strawberry flavoured candies.
For dessert I made strawberry cupcakes for the party attendees and a strawberry smash cake for the birthday girl.
Thanks to Jill, the treats were decorated beautifully, and obviously from Taylor's reaction to her cake,
And just because there weren't already enough sweet treats for the kids, we had strawberry ice cream cones as well. :)
Pin the Tail on the Donkey is always a hit with the kids so I made up a Pin the Stem on the Strawberry game.
We always like to send our guests home with a little treat to say thank you, so in sticking with the strawberry theme, I made chocolate covered strawberries for all of our attendees. Yummy!!
All in all the party was a huge success and even though she couldn't exactly tell me herself, I know she had an absolute blast!!
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