Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Pink Poodle in Paris Party


A few months before Jane's 4th birthday, I asked her what kind of birthday party she would like to have. She replied, "A puppy party." After much brainstorming and research on the internet, I decided that a Pink Poodle in Paris party was the way to go...and Jane agreed! I started with pink poodle invitations, pink poodle partyware, and made pink poodle skirts for all of the guests!

The party table was set with pink poodle partyware complete with Eiffel Tower cups. The centerpieces were a variety of Eiffel Towers in paper, metal, and even cookie form, pink poodles, and a tower of treats.


The Birthday Girl was ready to go!



First the guests were treated to doggy face painting, doggy ear placement, and fluffy poodle bracelets before they moved onto making sparkly doggy collars.




Next was a sock hop of freeze dancing.





The girls danced like Eiffel Towers, poodles, robots, birds, and so much more. They absolutely loved strutting their stuff!














After wearing themselves out dancing, the girls were refreshed with doggy bone sugar cookies, chocolate covered strawberries, chocolate dipped graham cracker bones, doggy kibble (muddy buddy chex mix), and punch.

Next was poodle boutique activity. Each girl got their own pink poodle and some clothes to dress their new doggy up in.








Then it was time for presents. The girls played hot dog and passed a poodle around a circle to music to decide which lucky girl got to give Jane their present.



The girl of honor then blew out her 4 candles and then the girls tore after the poodle pinata.



All the girls had so much fun and so did I! A huge thanks is due to Jane's uncle Zack for his dedicated photography of the party, and to her aunts Shannon and Michelle for so much help planning and facilitating the party fun!

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6 comments:

Ivens Events said...

this is so cute, you really went all out!

Laura said...

Great job Stephanie! As I said before Jane is very lucky to have such a dedicated and crafty momma. :)

Courtney said...

You are insane! So cute, and unbelievable! I think you missed your calling in life...you need to become a party planner!

dougandcheryl said...

I LOVE it! This has got to be one of the cutest (and prettiest) parties I have ever seen. You are so talented.

Carissa Mason said...

AWESOME party! Why didn't I think of the mini cotton balls on the poodle!? So stinkin' cute!!

Jocelyn said...

You could definately give you know who a run for her money! This is so adorable and all out fantastic!