Pink Cheerios 1st Birthday Party

Posted on January 17th, 2013 by Kara
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Oh my goodness, how darling is this CHEERIOS THEMED 1ST BIRTHDAY PARTY submitted by Jenna Sefkow! SUCH a fun and unique party theme for a one year old! What toddler doesn’t love cheerios! So many cute ideas here…

Jenna said this about planning the party- “My daughter LOVES Cheerios, so for her first birthday party, I threw her a pink Cheerios party! What I loved most about this was that most of my details were inexpensive and used Cheerios themselves!

The invitations were made using the Silhouette Cameo machine (paper purchased from Archivers).

I made the cake and all the treats with the help of my friend Kelly.

Party favors were individual Cheerios boxes (donated from General Mills), and pink spoons with white chocolate/Cheerios. Guests also got to take their milk bottles home with them too!”

Claire’s 1 Year shirt- Say it N Stiches

Photography- Snapberry Photographs

Items used in this party available in Kara’s Party Ideas Shop:

Paper Straws

Glass Milk Bottles

Square Plastic Milk Bottles

Pom Poms

Ribbon

Clear Cellophane Bags

Decorative Shred

Plastic Spoons


 

Items used in this party available in Kara’s Party Ideas Shop:

Paper Straws

Glass Milk Bottles

Square Plastic Milk Bottles

Pom Poms

Ribbon

Clear Cellophane Bags

Decorative Shred

Plastic Spoons

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16 thoughts on “Pink Cheerios 1st Birthday Party

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    1. Amy

      Hi Jenna!
      I am thinking of doing this theme for my son’s first birthday next month… how did you get General Mills to donate the Cheerios boxes?

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  1. Olivia

    So cute love the cheerios boxes idea…I think I am going to do this a favor for my son’s 1st. What size clear favor bags did you use for the cheerios boxes?

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  2. Shanequa

    Hi Jenna! Iloooooove what you did with Claire’s party! I would also love to know how you got the boxes donated as well as getting a copy of the printables/”nutrition” facts card. Thanks!

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    1. Kristine

      Hi I am interested in how you had General Mills donate Cheerio Boxes. Also can you let me know what font you used to print your food labels. I love the set up you create- what an excellent job!

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  3. tachiana

    love love love this idea. will be using this for my daughter’s birthday party. wanted to know how did you get General Mills to donate?

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  4. Kristine

    I am going to do a Cheerio theme birthday in 2 months and have been looking for the cereal boxes for months. How did you get General Mills to donate the Cheerios boxes?

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  5. Yasmin

    I love what you did with Claire’s party! I would also love to know how you got the boxes donated from General Mills as well as get a copy of the printables/”nutrition” facts card. Thank you so much!

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    1. Anonymous

      Hi Yasmin! I was waiting on a response for the printable nutrition facts as well, but my little one’s birthday is on December 13th so I went ahead and made my own on excel. I’d be more than happy to share. Just email me at dasherbooks@gmail.com.

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