07 Feb

Sparkly Pink Star Party {Backyard Birthday}

Sparkly Pink Star Party {Backyard Birthday}

I’m seeing stars for this gingham covered Sparkly Pink Star Party {Backyard Birthday} by Jenny Raulli of Bloom Designs Online! For her daughter, Audrey’s 11th birthday, she took inspiration from her girly and glam personality and celebrated with a spa treatment, super star photo booth and more 5-star party ideas!

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

– Shooting Stars, “Star”berry cakes, cloud donuts, star bars, star shaped marshmallows & “Milky Way” milk jars!
– Outdoor Movie with Star Grazing Snacks (chips, popcorn, packaged candy & gum ball tubes)
– Strands of twinkle “stars” over the silver and pink decorated dinner table
– Seeing Stars Activity: the girls decorated telescopes with washi tape and pink jewels

Sparkly Pink Star Party {Backyard Birthday}

Sparkly Pink Star Party {Backyard Birthday}

Sparkly Pink Star Party {Backyard Birthday}

Sparkly Pink Star Party {Backyard Birthday}

Sparkly Pink Star Party {Backyard Birthday}

Sparkly Pink Star Party {Backyard Birthday}

Sparkly Pink Star Party {Backyard Birthday}

Sparkly Pink Star Party {Backyard Birthday}

Sparkly Pink Star Party {Backyard Birthday}

Sparkly Pink Star Party {Backyard Birthday}

Sparkly Pink Star Party {Backyard Birthday}

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PARTY DETAILS, as told by Jenny
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I styled this party for my daughter, Audrey’s 11th birthday. She brings so much sparkle to our lives and her personality really shines so a star party was just the perfect theme. Since she is getting older, I wanted to keep the party as girly and sweet as possible while she will still let me. We used several shades of pink, silver and a lot of sparkle in all of the printables and decorations. Everything at the party dealt with stars!

DINNER TABLE

We set the dinner table under an over hang in the back of our yard. I draped over a dozen strands of twinkle lights over the table and down the wall to create a beautiful, star like mood. Once the sun set, the area truly sparkled. The table was covered with ruffled tablecloth and I used glittered scrapbook paper for the placemats. Each place setting had a takeout box with dinner inside. I glittered wooden utensils and attached them to the box. For the backs of the chairs, I cut out pink stars and used my Cameo Silhouette machine to cut out the girls’ names. I made pedestals out of wooden star cutouts and round boxes for the candles. Pink pompoms in two shades of pink hung over the table.

DESSERT TABLE

The backdrop of the dessert table was a plywood board that I painted with chalkboard paint. I then traced a star that matched the invitation and filled it in with pink colored chalk. Ruffled curtains framed the backdrop. The centerpiece of the table was a two tiered chocolate cake decorated with gingham ribbon and star toppers that matched the other printables. The dessert table consisted of a Milky Way, which was milk bottles decorated with stars that I also cut from my Cameo machine. There were shooting stars, stars in jars with wooden spoons decorated with star jewels, “star”berry cakes in mason jars, clouds (donuts), cupcakes with star suckers, star bars, star marshmallows, star dust and cups of star cookies.

ACTIVITIES

The girls did many activities including:

Shoot for the stars: Using marshmallow guns, the girls shot at stars hanging on a frame I made out of PVC. Each girl got 6 marshmallows and received points for hitting different sized stars.

Seeing stars: The girls decorated telescopes with washi tape and pink jewels.

Star treatment: the girls did their nails in pink polish of course.

I’m a Star: Photo booth.

MOVIE AREA

Once the sun went down, the girls watched a movie on a big screen set up in the yard. We moved our couch outside and I sewed a bunch of pillows in pink fabrics for the girls to lie on. I made the “star grazing” table for the movie area out of old palates. The candy boxes were wrapped to match the party printables. We had mini cellophane bags of Star Bursts, like a diamond, and little star candies. The girls also snacked on popcorn and chips and took home tubes of pink colored gumballs.

DRINK STATION

The drinks were set up on an old wagon that we had. Luckily, it had pink wheel rims. The girls picked from “star”berry soda, sparkling soda, lemonade and personalized water bottles.

SINGING HAPPY BIRTHDAY

I always make a mini “smash cake” for my kids- a tradition from their first birthday. For this party, I did a mini pink ombre cake with star bunting. The girls all had big sparklers that held while we sang.

FAVORS

I made star t-shirts with the word shine on them for each of the girls again using my Cameo. A framed signed told that girls that Audrey thanked her lucky stars for having them as friends.

Audrey had such a fun birthday- it was beautiful, girlie and a little bit of glam- just like her. All of the printable were done with patterns and shades of pink. Invitations, food labels, water bottle wraps, candy box covers, and more can be found here

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VENDOR CREDITS:

– Party design and styling: Bloom Designs Online
– Invitations, printables, pompoms, gumball tubes, cupcake holders, cookie boxes, take out boxes, wooden utensils- Bloom Designs Online
– Sparklers: Sparkle

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1
Wendy SAYS:

This party is just perfect for tweens! I love every detail, beautiful job!!!

Reply February 7, 2013 at 10:40 am

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lisa-sweet pop studio SAYS:

I LOVE this party!! LOVE parties with endless details and this one has ‘em all!
Fun! Fun! Fun!!

Reply February 7, 2013 at 12:18 pm

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Event Manager SAYS:

I really hope this page is a useful ideas tool for many Mum’s and Dad’s to create a fun filled and memorable party for your little one!

Reply February 8, 2013 at 4:49 am

4
Kate SAYS:

Where did you get the balloons? I’m looking for those shades of pink!

Reply February 15, 2013 at 2:56 pm

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SKINNY WRAP GIRL! SAYS:

This is gorgeous and I’m actually kind of jealous LOL!

Reply February 15, 2013 at 7:16 pm

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Veronica pray SAYS:

Where did you get the telescopes to decorate?

Reply July 13, 2013 at 2:41 pm

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