Entertaining : Host A Pink Party For Breast Cancer Awareness

pink party ideas for breast cancer awareness

A couple of months ago I was contracted by Estroven to create ideas for those who want to host a pink party for breast cancer awareness. The project is called SleepPink and the idea is to have a “GIRLS NIGHT IN” Pink Party to promote awareness and raise money for research.

Working with clients and projects like this is one of the things I love about my job, and I’m excited to share the design details with you. If you’ve been affected by breast cancer {directly or indirectly} I hope this speaks to you, and maybe you’ll even host your own SleepPink Party.
Pink place settingpink flowers and name cardsleep pink party fooddesserts-Pinkpink sign and cupcake topperssleep pink popcorn sacks sleep pink doughnuts & pink drink sleep pink dessertpink party drinks sleep pink favors

Here are some highlights of the design:

  • The pink ribbon symbol is a key design element here, found in the bunting, the napkins, the bows on the favor boxes, the cupcake toppers, and tied around serving pieces.
  • “Pink” food is served in the form of pink salmon, rosy pink watermelon-basil salad, pink chocolate drizzled popcorn mix, and pink drinks.
  • Since this is a “sleep pink” party, I thought donuts and milk {actually a pink cocktail} were essential to the sweets table.
  • Pink favors complement the overall theme: a sleep mask, note cards, and a pocket planner to remind everyone of their monthly self examination.

Please visit the Estroven Sleep Pink site to see all the details and recipes, plus FREE printables for this party.  Also, I need to give a shout out to Nancy of A to Zebra Celebrations for the fabulous ribbon banner used here.  I love that the ribbon ties into the pink ribbon that is a symbol of breast cancer awareness.

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