Pink & Orange have caught my eye. Just this past weekend, I hosted my daughter’s 10th birthday party using this color scheme (more to come soon). Tangerine Tango is the color of the year, you know, so it seems only appropriate, right?
Moving onto this: Sugar cookie “short stacks”, edible “bunny slippers”, cheery shades of bright pink & orange… this bright Pancakes and Pajamas Party from Frog Prince Paperie featured on Hostess with the Mostess is so cute & clever you won’t be able to stop smiling! Styled with a “hotel room service inspired” vibe for a young girl’s birthday that even grown up would love… especially since it calls for such cozy attire!
PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:
– Edible “Bunny slippers” made from coconut-rolled brownies
– Yummy menu of fruit salad, cereal “push pops” & real pancakes of course!
– Sugar cookie “short stacks”, topped with a pat of “butter”
– Contemporary arrangements of bright pink carnations
– Monogrammed pink party shirts + PJ bottoms
PARTY DETAILS, as told by Paula…:
At the highly styled pancake and pajama party from our first issue of Festivities Magazine, coffee was definitely optional with all this eye popping color at breakfast. Hot pink and orange against a neutral white made color the star of the party and a big impression on our little guests.
The party was all about pancakes and pajamas, and with a bit of an upscale edge, we made a big nod to the birthday girl’s favorite thing: hotel room service. Hot pink melamine serving trays and a room service menu with the pancake selection for the morning were set for each girl along with a specially personalized place card.
There were lots of breakfast treats presented to the girls on the table and on the buffet. Donuts were served on a jewel-topped sticks, fuzzy little bunny slippers were made from candy-dipped and coconut rolled brownies, and sugar cookies set into “pancake stacks” to eat. There was also a selection of fresh fruits, cereals served from push up pops, and three different types of pancakes to choose from.
And to make the girls feel even more special, we used real champagne glasses — usually reserved for adults—to raise a breakfast toast.
Each girl received a specially-made pajama shirt with her initial as a party favor. They were all so excited about the new tops, they put them on over their pajamas when they got them!
The printables in this party are now available in my shop.
Hmmmm….I think I might have found some great inspiration for H’s December birthday party.