Girly Dora The Explorer Birthday Party

Posted on March 27th, 2012 by Kara
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This GIRLY DORA BIRTHDAY PARTY was submitted by Karolina Alcivar of Karo’s Fun Land. I love the creative spin on the ever popular dora the explorer girl themed party! The pastel color scheme is just darling and the pink polkadot print used throughout the party makes everything just pop.


Here is what Karolina had to say about the party- “I was beyond excited when my friend Sofia asked me to do her daughter Mia’s 2nd Birthday Party. Little Mia is an adventurous girl who loves Dora the Explorer, so that was definitely going to be the theme for her party.

My inspiration for this theme started with the printable colors which were Pink and Light Blue. From there, I knew that I wanted the party to be sweet and pretty like Mia so, I immediately thought of introducing some ruffles and flowers to the decor.

I used some streamers to create the ruffles on the bottle stand, the treat bags, and the banner. I also did tissue paper flowers for the popcorn boxes and the backdrop. I’ve got to say that I went a little crazy with the ruffles and the tissue paper flowers, but they just added that extra touch of cuteness.

For the party treats we served Rice Krispies, Popcorn, Pink Lemonade, and Mini Hershey’s. We just wanted to do some easy-to-eat party treats for those little hands. The kids went crazy over the treats and loved it!! Little Mia enjoyed her day playing, laughing and dancing Dora’s songs. All I can say is that she had a Sweet and Pretty Day!!”

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