My daughter loves Lalaloopsy! When she was having her 4th birthday, we knew this was the theme we would be going with! This party was super fun to plan and the kids has a blast! Here are some of the ideas that we used to turn our house into a Lalaloopsy wonderland:
Use what you have! I used all my daughter’s dolls to help add to the decorations, it was an easy way and the kids liked playing with them.
Button garland! Color dots on paper plates to look like garland. Hot glue on ribbon and hang vertical or horizontal.
Simple utensil holders: hot glue ribbon and a big button on clean soup cans to make a pretty and super cheap way to hold forks, knives and spoons.
Door decorations: Hot glue buttons onto card stock to make a pretty button initial for the birthday girl!
Using a simple pink table cloth and some Lalaloopsy streamers, the food table was ready to impress! We set out a few different snacks to munch on and then ordered pizzas for the main food.
I cut red, yellow and green peppers and placed them with orange carrot sticks for a “rainbow” veggie tray. Use Dixie cups for individual serving of ranch or dip. We also set out a bowl of clementines, pre-peeled, for the kiddies to munch on.
This “pink party punch” was a big hit. Made with 7up, cranberry juice and raspberry sherbet, it was a simple and very yummy treat! We also had pink lemonade in a jar and then water, soda and capri suns in a cooler outside.
We has a separate table for the desserts. This table had a Lalaloopsy table cloth.
The homemade cake was the centerpiece. It had a polka dot theme on the buttercream icing and inside using cake balls! I used one of my daughter’s Mini Lalaloopsy’s for the top to keep it simple.
I made a batch of cupcakes with a simple cream cheese icing on top. I used some heart sprinkles and a big plastic button for decoration. Make sure the kids know they aren’t edible!
Homemade oreo truffle cake pops dipped in pink and purple chocolate and displayed in mason jars filled with mini-marshmallows had all the kids drooling!! We also has some simple homemade rice krispy treats with sprinkles as well.
As one of the favors, the kids got to decorate a foam frame with foam stickies and felt buttons. I took pictures of all the kids and placed them later in the frames for the families to take home later.
Photo booth fun! This photo booth was so fun! I bought checkered fabric and hung it on a bookshelf. I made a “Lalaloopsy cloud” by making it out of felt and hot gluing it together. I stuffed it with quilting batting and then hot glued it close. I cut out the letters of my daughter’s name and hot glued them on. I also make some fun “props” for the kids to hold: a flower, bee, heart, pirate mask for the boys and a few of the Lalaloopsy pets.
My daughter’s loved taking their pictures in the photo area! It was a big hit! We also had a Lalaloopsy piñata and then a jumping castle for the kids to play with and then bubbles and side walk chalk. Most of the decorations I made myself and nothing was too challenging. This was a great party theme and I received SO many compliments from other mommies on how cute everything was! It was a blast!!
If you are planning a Lalaloopsy party soon, I hope these ideas help you! I love party planning and can’t wait till the next event comes around!