Pink Flower Party

pink flower girls party

Aww! This Pink Flower Party was such a darling party for one lucky 4 year old! Kori from Paper and Pigtails put together this sweet party for her daughter who really wanted to have a Pink Flower Party. Kori says, “After she decided she wanted a Pink Flower Party I thought it would be fun to make flowers with her….we ended up making almost every DIY flower we could find a tutorial for from cupcake liner flowers, to crepe paper flowers, to flowers with the printable pattern paper, to several styles of fabric flowers….and here is the party that evolved!”  Take a look at the end result!

pink flower Breakfast Brunch

Kori had a wonderful game plan for this party: They started with a lovely brunch inside. Then the kids went on a nature hike and finished outside with desserts and a home-made pinata.

girls breakfast party

They did a great job with their flower making!

little girls pink dessert brunch ideas

waffle flower girls party

These are my favorite flowers from the brunch: Waffle Flowers! Kori used Pastry Pedastals to creatively display the waffles.

Crepe Paper Rose Ball

bug catcher

After brunch the kids went on a nature hike with nifty bug catchers.

girls party dessert buffet


fondant covered rice crispies Fondant covered rice krispie treats

pink pom flower pinata

Kori made her own pinata using a 36″ balloon, some paper mache and some pre-made poms. It looks terrific!

Kori says, “My husband is such a great sport, so when I couldn’t find a good place to hang the pinata…..he volunteered to hold it! We joked that he may end up on America’s Funniest Home Video, but luckily he didn’t get hit at all!”


This is such a darling party, Kori! To see more details, check out her blog, Paper and Pigtails.


Posted on February 7, 2013
Categories: dessert tables, fabulous parties, girl parties, party tips and ideas, shabby chic

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