05 Jun

Playful Pink & Orange Girls Soccer Party

girl's soccer party stationary

Jen St. Clair of Little Sprout Creations whipped up this adorable Pink & Orange Girls Soccer Party for her daughter Leah. As always, Jen’s fabulous graphic design skills really shine throughout all of the details. Her parties always look so effortless, creative and fun… and with a day full of soccer games, themed temporary tattoos, birthday push cakes, the requisite orange slices & more, this one is no exception!

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

– A “trading card” of the Birthday Girl & Soccer Star herself!
– Push cakes with soccer players on them, displayed on a DIY “soccer field”
– A pink soccer birthday “jersey” for the birthday girl
– Adorable stationary details & printables in vibrant pink, orange & green

pink soccer party pushcakes

soccer star jersey card

soccer party water bottle labels

pink soccer party shirt

pink and green soccer party with fun food flags

soccer party invitation

soccer birthday party with jerseys

soccer party temporary tattoos

soccer & outdoor party food



PARTY DETAILS, as told by Jen

My daughter Leah started playing soccer this year, and one day out on the field, we realized it would be a really great place for her third birthday party!

To invite her friends, we designed a soccer field invitation with a removable, collectable trading card of our birthday star soccer player.  The front features a sweet picture of her in official “soccer stance” and the back includes some fun stats like her favorite snack and favorite song.

On her party day, we filled the field with kid-sized soccer goals and soccer balls.  Her guests were treated to sandwiches, chips, and the essential soccer game snack – orange slices!  They sipped Izze juice (in matching pink, orange and green colors) with coordinating striped straws.

For dessert, we served cake pops and cake push-up pops, dressed up as girl and boy soccer players on a mini soccer field.  This was easily my favorite part of the party to create AND enjoy!

To thank her friends for celebrating with her, Leah handed out bubbles (with custom birthday “thank you” stickers attached) to her friends.  She loved getting to hand them out, and it was a great way to teach her about being a great hostess and greeting and thanking each of her little guests.  We also had temporary tattoos for each guest and helped apply them during the party – another great way to spend a bit of extra time and love on every child.

As a family, we know that not all kids have an opportunity to have birthday parties like Leah did, and some don’t even have clean water to drink on their birthdays.  To help those kids, we donated funds (in honor of each of Leah’s friends) to contribute to clean water efforts in Burkina Fasa and Uganda.  We love the Living Water International ministry, and it was so fun to read together about each of the countries they help, and have Leah pick which places she wanted us to contribute to.



– Entire Party!: Jen St.Clair of Little Sprout Creations

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Audrey SAYS:

Love the trading card idea! Could work as a kid “calling card” too!

June 5, 2012 at 2:00 pm

Aneta SAYS:

Really cute party. All my kids play soccer, I would definitely suggest that theme for a party :) Also I love the idea of donating funds to charity supporting development of water resources in Burkina Fasa and Uganda. That really teaches kids a big lesson :)

June 5, 2012 at 7:56 pm

Michelle - I DO invitations by michelle SAYS:

This is beyond adorable!!! :)

June 6, 2012 at 5:51 am

belated birthday SAYS:

this is a great blog, so many cute ideas!

June 7, 2012 at 11:15 am

Danyell T Byrd SAYS:

What a great idea, I love it!!

June 8, 2012 at 12:26 pm

carisherlock SAYS:

So cute! My daughter is turning 8 and I’d love some of these labels! Where can I get them? I LOVE the idea to inform people about water in other parts of the world. Thanks for any information!
Love this site!!!

December 29, 2012 at 5:04 pm
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