One of Princess’ favorite books is Pinkalicious.
My daughter has always loved the color pink, I wasn’t a fan of the color until she was born, I have since been converted.
Her 2 requirements for her 7th birthday party were pink and pink.
So, I was thrilled when I found this invitation on my favorite card making site:
She wanted a pink and purple swirly cake with sparkling pink frosting. CHECK
There is of course proper etiquette for eating a cake this pretty at a pinkalicious party
Each of the girls got to let their inner decorating diva shine with the decorate your own cupcake portion of the evening
When you walked into the house party central, each girl got to choose from an array of tiaras and feathers and boas (oh my!)
She declared it the most Perfect Pinkalicious Party ever.
Thanks, ma’am 😉 It was super simple and so much fun.
That cake looks nothing short of FABULOUS. What a lucky girl! (Rachel your site is looking gorgeous!)
AWW Thanks, Amy 😉 it’s a work in progress! 😉
Thank you! She helped decorate it. She wanted simple. PINK. PINK. and sparkly 😉 I think we achieved it 😉
Thank you, my dear!
I totally see one of these parties in my future. Thanks for providing a manual!
Kim, it was SOOO easy! and fun! I have a disco ball too and the kids turned off the lights and danced and sang..
You know I’m always here if ya have questions or need ideas 😉 🙂
Looks like a wonderful night!
Love the cake!
It was. They had a blast and so did I. I laughed myself silly when they were all covering their faces with cake and icing 😉
If I am blessed with a daughter, I’ll have to keep the Pinkalicious theme in mind!
You are the Cake Master. Truly!
I’m so not. But, thank you darlin’ 🙂
Pinkalicious is on my list of Christmas gift ideas for my pink-loving girl. Your cake is dreamy.
She’s going to loooove!
Purple-licious and Goldilicious are just as fun!
I’m a pink girl myself so I sort of want this party to be MY next birthday party! Never mind that I’ll be 29! Age schm-age, right? Did the color in the cake turn out after it was baked? Adorable. Your daughter is one lucky little lady!
Age-Schmage 😉 exactly 😉
Yes, the colors totally turn out after baked! It gives it a fun tie-dye swirl-rainbow effect.
I did them last year cupcake style for her birthday and ended up making them for 6 other birthday girls at her school, too 😉
It’s so fun and so easy.
Thank you 😉 I think I’m lucky to have her.
Lucky little Princess. You did a fantastic job with everything. I love her invitations (sweet photo) and very smart of you to make note that the parents were invited only from 5-8p.m. 🙂
Don’t you just love how the kids love to use a little bit of everything when they decorate cookies and/or cupcakes 🙂
Ugh, I never liked pink either…but you just can’t help it when you’ve got girls!! Looks like an amazing party!! Awesome!!
Let it be said again, “YOU ROCK” what an awesome pretty cake! I love the decorate your cupcake idea too. Lucky little lady. Great job mamma!