Pink Ballerina 4th Birthday Party

Posted on February 15th, 2013 by Kara
Comments 5

This sweet PINK BALLERINA FOURTH BIRTHDAY PARTY was submitted by Ana of Alma de Fiesta. I absolutely love how pink and girly this party is!

Some of my favorite parts of this darling pink ballerina / ballet party are:

The white favor bags that are wearing tutus!

The stunning ballet slipper cake

The pink tulle topiary

and MORE!

Here’s what Ana said about the party- “This party was for a little ballerina called Daniela who was having her fourth birthday! She´s completely in love with the coulour pink so we were very sure about the colour scheme, just PINK and more PINK!!!

The cake was all edible. White and pink tutus were the main theme of the dessert table. There were marshmallows, chocolates, tutu bags with candies on them, decorated cookies in different sizes and cupcakes.”

Graphics and cake- Ana from Alma de Fiesta

Cookies and cupcakes- María from SUGARCAKES

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

White Paper Doilies

Ribbon

White Nut / Candy Cups

Glass Bottles with Corks

Apothecary Jars

Paper Favor Bags

     

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

White Paper Doilies

Ribbon

White Nut / Candy Cups

Glass Bottles with Corks

Apothecary Jars

Paper Favor Bags

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5 thoughts on “Pink Ballerina 4th Birthday Party

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  1. Lynn H

    This party is so adorable!! The tutu cookie on a stick with the tulle is absolutely precious – the whole party is!!

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  2. Blanca

    Oh.my.

    It is the most adorable party ever from a little girl!

    The cookies with the tutus are incredible, the muffins are too. It’s just perfect, every tiny little detail!!

    Stunning!

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