In honor of Quinn’s half birthday, I’m sharing the pics that I took 6 months ago from her 3rd birthday – better late than never, right? Since it was her last “before she starts school” party, I opted to keep it small and only invited close family for a little brunch birthday soiree. The theme was sprinkles so I kept the color palette to bright, rainbow-y sprinkle colors. Here are the deets:
Long John donuts with sprinkles on top + milk
Homemade white chocolate covered sprinkle pretzels (super easy, kids can help!)
Easy DIY crepe paper banner
Here are all the details of this sweet little birthday bash:
A birthday donut and candle for the birthday girl. I made a sprinkle “3” for decoration (in the background) but it was a total Pinterest fail so not recommending that as a decoration. 🙂
Who doesn’t like sprinkle donuts?! I bought plain vanilla long johns and added the sprinkles at home.
The whole sprinkle birthday theme may or may not have been inspired by this donut gift bag… I also did a window backdrop of crepe paper. Really easy and cheap – get a couple rolls of crepe paper and a string (I used twine) and tie the long strips of crepe paper at the string/twine and just let them hang down.
These little favors were super easy to make – white chocolate covered pretzels drizzled with sprinkles. Yum.
Got these cute little sprinkle invites from an Etsy seller.
Crepe paper doesn’t have to be cheesy! I used alternating sprinkle colors attached to a string tied behind our window treatments for a bright “backdrop”. And then left it up for 2 weeks to get my energy’s worth. 🙂
Like this party? Follow my Kids Party Board on Pinterest for more cute party themes.
What are your favorite birthday party themes for little ones?