Lalaloopsy Themed Birthday Party {Guest Feature}

This week I’m trying to catch up on some party submissions that have been piling up. Today’s adorable feature comes from Miranda of Whimsical Printables and is FULL of details. She created this Lalaloopsy themed party for her daughter’s 3rd birthday and it couldn’t be sweeter. The pink and green color scheme is carried through in fabric swags, button embellishments, sweet treats, and more. See all the creative touches below, and read what Miranda has to say…

“My daughter has loved Lalaloopsy since it first came out! I loved it because it had my baby’s name in it! We call her LaLa and I had to get the Jewel Sparkles doll when I saw the name!! So since my baby is a princess to us, and she loves Lalaloopsy, and the first doll she received was the Jewel Sparkles, I decided to combine it all! I wanted to stick with the softer colors to make it simple and sweet. And glitter as well!

I used the big 36″ balloons on the dessert table to give it more of a pop! I purchased two of the large foam boards from Hobby Lobby and hot glued them together and added white fabric to the front. From there I used the wider ribbon and buttons to make the backdrop. The fabric bunting was also something I made. I used pink satin fabric from Hobby Lobby for the tablecloth. They are actually my daughters curtains that I made but used on the table first.

I was so lucky to find Fairytale Jubilee for my LaLa’s headpiece and dress. I wanted a Jewel Sparkles dress and she did an amazing job!! The other outfit was an aproness by Aimee Broussard. She actually saw my invitation and created it from that.  I fell in love with it and just had to have it for the party!”

“The cute painted berry boxes came from Cute Kids Food Box and were a perfect addition.  My wonderful fondant pieces came from Lynlee’s Petite Cakes. She never ceases to amaze me!!

I wanted a cake that looked like the Jewel Sparkles dress but in the color scheme I went with and the crown on top! I really enjoy the way it turned out!

I always place a door wreath up to welcome the guests and Natalie from The Knock-Knock Factory always makes mine. I like the simple additions added to lots of the items. I did glitter on the ends of the silverware, doilies on the mini mason jars, buttons added on a lot of the items. I also used the larger doilies for the table place mats. One of the thank you gifts were mini button boxes by Piggy Bank Parties created just for the party and filled with mini button cookies. Each child went home with lots of goodies: bubbles, gumball necklaces, cookies, candy and much more!”


Styling, Printables, & Balloons – Whimsical Printables / Photography – Sandra Bludau Photography / CookiesDandy Delights / CakesCupcake Couture / Fondant Cake Topper & Lalaloopsy necklacesBonehead Studios / FondantLynlee’s Petite Cakes / Chocolate CookiesSweet Temptations / Cake PopsEvie & Mallow Cake Pops & Party Shoppe / Berry baskets & Milk bottlesCute Kids Food Box / Button Favor boxes Piggy Bank Parties / Door Wreath & CrownKnock Knock Factory / Lalaloopsy Hair Clips – Dapper Duckling Design / Hair Piece & DressFairytale Jubilee / Fabric Wreath at Drink stationSweet Georgia Sweet / Cake BuntingThe Purple Pug  /  Aproness – Aimee Broussard


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  1. says

    This is absolutely adorable. I’ve been in love with Hello Kitty for a LONG time. (shhh).
    When I saw Lalaloopsy in the stores…I found a new obsession.
    I’m hoping my three year old, Ella, will love them too so I can use her as an excuse to buy them. *wink*

    Every detail in the party is SO adorable. It was beautifully executed in every way.
    The cake pops are AMAZiNG!!! Wonderful job!!