WINTER LALALOOPSY LAND PARTY DETAILS:
Amanda said this about planning the party- “My youngest daughter has strong opinions about what she likes (and doesn’t like) and as result decided that this year she would have a “Snowflake Lalaloopsy” party for her third birthday. If you are new to the world of Lalaloopsy I should tell you that they are these wonky sort of dolls that have buttons for eyes and wear brightly colored clothes. They are sort of a cross between Tim Burton’s “Coraline” and Rainbow Bright. Snowflake happens to be the name of their winter themed doll so it wasn’t a far stretch to fashion a party in January in honor of our very own little Snowflake.
What is wonderful about a winter themed party in January is that you can hit up all of the after Christmas sales and pretty much get everything you need for free! We used wrapping paper for our backdrop as well as decorations from Target and buttons/yarn from Michaels for our decor. My husband refinished an old T.V. cabinet so we could feature “Snowflake” in a winter scene complete with her very own snowman made out of a sock. Drinks were made to look like snowman, snowy knitting yarn was hung from the ceiling and pretty soon we had a pretty winter scene indoors.
We live in an area full of amazingly talented people which meant that we didn’t have to go far to get the cake made by the Bekahry (www.facebook.com/TheBekahry) or the cookies which were made by Sweet G’s (www.facebook.com/
All in all this was a very easy but fun party and our birthday girl was in heaven as we made top hats, and ate sweet treats made locally here in Nolensville.”
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