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Faith’s 5th Birthday Lalaloopsy Party! August 15, 2011

Today I am so excited to share with you some amazing party photos! Thank you so much Shawnique for sharing these with us and also giving us some fantastic ideas for a Lalaloopsy party! Shawnique’s shop on Etsy is called One Love Designs and she has some adorable printables! Including the Lalaloopsy ones in these photos! She even has printable coloring pages and activity sheets!

Shawnique made the cake pops! Can you believe that? She made the edible buttons using this Wilton fabric fondant and gum paste mold. Shawnique said that she’d never make cake pops again!!! I made some cake balls a few months back- as a gift for my Mother in Law- and I am in complete agreement with Shawnique- never again!!! ha ha ha! Maybe I’ll post about the cake ball experience a bit later this week! There are lots of Etsy venders selling cake pops. Check out these from Cake Pop Fusion! And I totally love the Rainbow cake pops from Simply Posh by Mel.

I love the sweet tables with the button and heart cookies. Shawnique bought the mini heart cookies from an Etsy vender but she said they tasted horrible. You could probably whip up a batch of these using ready made sugar cookie dough and a mini cookie cutter. I found a 2 inch heart shaped cookie cutter at Karen’s Cookies. Let us know if you find an even smaller cookie cutter in the comment section!

Shawnique also had a drinks tables with lemonade in a self-serve dispense and small water bottles. These of course were decorated with the beverage wrappers. The food table had a fruit tray, veggie tray and crackers. She bought the small cake and cupcakes from Safeway. She asked the bakers there to only decorate them with icing, icing ribbons and confetti so that she could add the cake topper and the cupcake toppers.

I love the balloon wreath with the mini Lalaloopsy dolls! If you’ve been following my blog, you know that I LOVE welcome door signs and I think the ribbon and button wreath is also a fabulous way to greet guests when they first arrive at the party! And it makes a great keepsake!

So, what was the biggest hit at this incredible Lalaloopsy party? The coloring pages and activity sheets! As well as the favors! Shawnique had the children grab a bag and fill it with a mini Lalaloopsy doll, large lollipop, sixlet filled plastic tube favor, and favor box (filled with stickers, fun flavored chapsticks, and fruit snacks). They also pulled items out of the treasure box. This box was filled to the brim with pencils with Lalaloopsy pencil toppers, silly bands, chocolate gold coins, and fancy gem rings from Target. Shawnique found the treasure chest at Joann Fabrics.

Looks like a fun party! I especially love the actual dolls sitting around the party! So cute πŸ™‚ Happy 5th Birthday Faith!!! You are so lucky to have such a creative and caring mommy! Looks like your party was a huge hit.

Never heard of Lalaloopsy dolls? Check out my previous blog post! And don’t forget to LIKE us on Facebook!

 

21 Responses to “Faith’s 5th Birthday Lalaloopsy Party!”

  1. Berenice Rios Says:

    I would like to know where you can buy the table cover that is shown in the pictures. If you can let me know I will greatly appriciate it. Thanx

  2. Laura Gordon Says:

    How can I order? I am interested in Lalaloopsy birthday banner, saw it on etsy, but now I cannot find it. Absolutely love it, got to have it, please email me lauragordn@yahoo.com

  3. apartystudio Says:

    Shopping guide:
    Tablecloth: Target- it was a Valentine’s theme
    Bowls and matching platters: Party City- their hawaiian luau theme
    Tins: Target and Michaels Crafts
    Bags: Target and customized with print outs from One Love Designs on Etsy
    Party Boxes: One Love Designs

    Check out One Love Designs on Etsy! She has lots of awesome lalaloopsy party supplies that are personalized! Here’s the link: http://www.etsy.com/shop/onelovedesignsllc

    Also, another tip, when you are searching online, try typing “button dolls” in your search engine!

  4. Analilia R Says:

    I would like to know how the greeting wreath was made. I am decorating my daughter’s room with a lalaloopsy theme, and think that the wreath would be a great idea for her door.

  5. Just darling. My little gal has asked for a similar party. Thanks for the great ideas.

  6. apartystudio Says:

    Ok, I have found a tutorial online with step by step instructions on how to make a ribbon wreath, like the one at Faith’s party. Here is the link:
    http://familycrafts.about.com/od/wreaths/ss/ribbonwreath.htm
    If anyone makes this wreath, let me know!!! I would love to post pictures on my blog for us all to see πŸ™‚

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  8. Lysandra Says:

    hi, I think its adorable but where can I find the plastic tubes for the candy?

  9. I am currently planning my soon to be 5 year old and soon to be 4 year old daughters birthday party with a LaLaLoopsy theme….we’ll be copying a lot of yours πŸ™‚

  10. Franchezka Says:

    What did You use to hold the lalaloopsy doll ON the table?

  11. Paula Soriano Says:

    I absolutely love the LalaLoopsy wreath. Can I email me the instructions on how to make please?

    • Anne wright Says:

      Hi I’m trying to do that same wreath for my daughters bday. Did she ever email you the instructions?

  12. I absolutely LOVE your ideas!! It’s so hard to find Lalaloopsy dolls in the UK let alone anything else so I’m so glad I came across your page. My twins are gonna be 6 in October and you’ve given me a lot of inspiration!! Thanks x

  13. […] often get questions on my Facebook page and recently Jennifer contacted me regarding a blog post. She saw the Lalaloopsy party photos that Faith’s mom had sent me a while back. She asked me for […]

  14. Yulaidy lopez Says:

    I would like to contact someone for a bithday lala loopse

  15. Grace Says:

    Wonderful ideas! Where’d you find the large paper doll that’s on the table? I hope you can reply asap. Thanks!

  16. tania2atee Says:

    My daughter’s birthday is a Lalaloopsie theme too! What great ideas!

  17. Anne wright Says:

    How did you do the ribbons around the wreath ? Did you just make them into bows and arranged them onto the wreath?

  18. apartystudio Says:

    Hi guys! Here’s how to do the ribbon wreath:
    I used a wire floral frame, wrapped it in ribbon (this is what your are going to stitch the loops too), use whatever you like your only going to see it from the back so if it is going on the wall it really doesn’t matter, but if you are putting it on a door with a window, you may want it to look nice. Then I cut all the ribbon to make the loops between 3 and 4 inches, and stitched the loops onto the frame. I tried premaking the loops and then stitching them but it was much easier just to do it right on the frame that way you could manipulate the ribbon how you wanted it. Once all that was done, I added the buttons and the dolls. I just looped thread around the necks of the dolls so you couldn’t see the thread and I did it very loose, so that could take them off easily for when my daughter wanted to play with them. I can add more buttons or just leave it, but it is completly safe to put in her room for a decoration.

  19. Laurel Says:

    I LOVE the ribbon wreath with the buttons & dolls! So very cute. Where did you get the mini dolls? I might have to try this one next. I made a Minnie Mouse wreath recently and would love to make another one, adding the cute dolls will make it so adorable. I’ll let you know if I make it for next years party! Thanks for the great idea. Here’s the Minnie Wreath: http://laurellanecrafts.com/2013/09/02/minnie-mouse-ribbon-wreath/


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