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{Mystic Force} Pink Power Ranger Party

{Mystic Force} Pink Power Ranger Party

Are you ready for some GIRL POWER? Good… because this “Mystic Force” Pink Power Ranger Party by Marizette Paperie is fantastic! Zuesette took inspiration from the Magic Forest and the Pink “Wind” Rangers butterfly mask & cape to make this party extra magical for her daughter Zoë’s birthday.

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

– Pink “Wind” Ranger Mask cake with golden branches and flowers
– Gold-painted manzanita branches draped with crystals and butterflies to represent the Magic Forest
– Custom coloring books (made by Zuesette) with Zoe’s pictures as the actual coloring pages!
– Power Ranger t-shirts for guests to wear in the homemade photo booth
– Clever treats like “Mystical Rock” candy and gold shimmer “Element of Lighting” M&M’s

{Mystic Force} Pink Power Ranger Party

{Mystic Force} Pink Power Ranger Party

{Mystic Force} Pink Power Ranger Party

{Mystic Force} Pink Power Ranger Party

{Mystic Force} Pink Power Ranger Party

{Mystic Force} Pink Power Ranger Party

{Mystic Force} Pink Power Ranger Party

{Mystic Force} Pink Power Ranger Party

{Mystic Force} Pink Power Ranger Party

{Mystic Force} Pink Power Ranger Party

{Mystic Force} Pink Power Ranger Party

{Mystic Force} Pink Power Ranger Party

{Mystic Force} Pink Power Ranger Party

{Mystic Force} Pink Power Ranger Party

{Mystic Force} Pink Power Ranger Party

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PARTY DETAILS, as told by Zusette

THEME

I would have never imagined that my daughter, Zoë Reese (the girliest of all girls) would be into the Power Rangers! She told me her favorite series is the Power Ranger Mystic Foce Series and wanted this to be her birthday party theme. Having no clue what this series was all about, I decided to do research and came up with a collage to help me with the power ranger party theme. I watched the first show and it took place in a forest and all the rangers had mystical powers! Her favorite ranger is the Pink “Wind” Ranger with the butterfly mask and cape.

Trying to figure out how to make this theme work I knew I wanted this theme to take place in a forest but, Crystal Lequang from Amazae Special Events came up with the concept to use the butterfly from the Pink Ranger’s Mask and the colors pink, black, and gold as the whole theme to the party! This definitely made the whole party become girly!

DÉCOR

To create a dark forest, I went out and purchased Black Velvet Fabric to cover my garage walls. Jonathan & Linnae from Asiel Design provided beautiful gold painted manzanita trees and hanging crystals. We also added some fabric butterflies to continue with our theme.

DESSERT TABLE

Crystal did a fabulous job in designing the dessert table. She collaborated with Rachel Myers from Sweet Tooth Confections to create all the yummy treats. Butterfly Sugar Cookies, Pink Gold Dusted Macaroons, Evil Chocolate Caramel Bars, Passion Fruit “Potions”, and delicious cake pops. Crystal ordered Gold Shimmer “Element of Lighting” M&M’s, “Magical Source” Bubble Gum Coins, “Crystal Rock” Candies, and “Element of Salt Water” Taffy.

Crystal also ordered clear dessert boxes that had a pretty gold bottom to it and were used to take home the treats. I designed a matching label to fit the theme.

ACTIVITIES

– Coloring station: I made a custom coloring book with my daughter’s pictures as the actual coloring pages. I purchased Crayons from the Dollar Tree Store and just filled a spray painted black wooden box to hold them.

– Photo booth: “Go Go Zoë Ranger!” We created a back drop for the photo booth with the fabric, taller golden trees from Asiel Design and bought some masks, white gloves, and extra bubble wands as props.

FAVORS

I decided to create shirts for all the kids so everyone can be in “costume”. With the help of Mighty Thredz I was able to have shirts made in the same colors as the other Power Rangers! I purchased white kids gloves from Oriental Trading and found Bubble Wands at my local Michael’s Craft Store that looked just like swords and were in the same colors as the power rangers!

Thanks to Claudia Akers for capturing all the fine details of the décor and photobooth.

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VENDOR CREDITS & RESOURCES:

– Printables & Paper Goods: Marizette Paperie
– Event Coordination & Design: Amazae Special Events
– Photography: Claudia Akers
– Desserts: Sweet Tooth Confections
– Gold Manzanita Branches & Trees: Asiel Design
– T-Shirt Printing & Design: Mighty Thredz
–  Zoë’s Pink Ranger Costume: Ebay

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8Comments

1
JewelBoxCreativeStudios SAYS:

I love this!

Reply July 20, 2012 at 2:51 pm

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Windy City Novelties SAYS:

This is one of the best kids parties I have ever seen and were a party supplies company. You guys did a really great job!!!

Reply July 20, 2012 at 2:22 pm

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Marla SAYS:

This is perfect. My daughter said she wanted a Power Ranger Party I was was like no at first but after seeing this I know we can attempt this.

Reply January 30, 2013 at 11:51 am

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Kohern SAYS:

Yes, yes, yes!!! I’m so glad I found this. My daughter, Ava, wants a power ranger bday as well. I tried to change her mind but wasn’t successful. So now starts my journey to find ideas for a “girly” PR party. Amazing job!!! Love all the details!!!

Reply March 27, 2013 at 2:37 pm

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Mackenzie SAYS:

I would love that theme for my 14th birthday party. I would clearly dress up as Vida or Madison I think. I can’t wait to have a Mystic Force theme because Mystic Force is my favorite Power Rangers series. The Power Ranger color I like is pink because pink rangers are all girls. Since I’m a girl, I can have that my 14th Mystic Force themed birthday for real.

Reply April 26, 2013 at 6:15 pm

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JJ SAYS:

We are trying to figure out our daughter’s Power Ranger party for her 6th Birthday party. I am trying to find supplies that make it a bit more “girly” since she really likes the pink and yellow rangers. I LOVE these ideas. I’m going to check out the T shirt idea for party favors.
Thanks for all the wonderful ideas :o)

Reply February 17, 2014 at 9:28 pm

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Julie Cromie SAYS:

Hi there! Beautiful party by the looks of everything! Was the mask portion of the cake edible? Was it cake or rice crispie treats?

Reply March 31, 2014 at 8:33 am

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