Looking for a party that’s ALL GIRL? You won’t want to miss this super cute American Girl Doll Themed Birthday Party submitted by Beverley Piacente out of Richmond, Virginia!
American Girl Doll Themed Birthday Party
Filled with the cutest dessert table and lots of fun props, doll stations, and toys for the girls to play with, this event is packed full of ideas that any little girl who loves playing dolls would thoroughly love!
Don’t miss these adorable details featured within this completely girly birthday bash:
- Cupcakes displayed on a doll bunk bed
- An American Girl dollhouse, dress-up station, salon and more for the party guests to play dolls with
- Hanging paper lanterns, tissue fans and star banners + decor
- American Girl – shopping favor bags with matching doll tees to go with them
- Star decals adorning banners, favors, decor, etc.
- An array of American Girl dolls out on display
- Plastic shirt favor containers filled with sixlets
- Red + white chevron dessert table cover
- Girl sized “doll box” photo booth
- And more!
Cupcakes – Desserts by Dawn
Photography – AmieKindall Photography
Cupcake Printable – Etsy
American Girl Doll Party Details:
This is what Beverley shared about the party- “This year for my daughter’s seventh birthday, we chose to do an American Girl Doll themed party. What girl doesn’t love American Girl Dolls?! Plus, my husband & I had just finished building our daughter an American Girl Doll dollhouse, so it was perfect timing.
We happily displayed my daughter’s growing collection of American Girl Dolls by dressing them up to match the party’s main color scheme – Red, Pink & White. I utilized other doll items and furniture we already owned and had also found some good pieces at the thrift store (the white hutch piece that I used on the dessert table and the doll bunk bed I freshened up to use as the cupcake stand, etc). One of my favorite party tips is to have my party favors double up as decor. I had ordered American Girl tees (doll size) on clearance around the holidays and then sewed up some matching skirts with coordinating fabric. I had also scored the perfect glittery red doll shoes on clearance and “re-packaged” them to match the theme better.
While my husband & I were busy building the dollhouse, we went ahead and constructed a girl sized “doll box” to use as a photo prop. I was fortunate that my good friend, who does vinyl lettering, added the logo to the box prop and some red favor bags I had gotten on sale.
The Play Room
My daughter’s playroom came in handy during the party. Not only did they have the dollhouse to play with, but I also had set up a “Doll Dress-Up” station and a “Salon Station” for the girls. Surprisingly, the room wasn’t too trashed by the end of the party!
Besides basic sandwiches, chips and fruit/veggie platters, we had a dessert table (one of my favorite things to set up for a party). On the dessert table, I had cupcakes, a “donut cake” requested by my daughter, candy dipped oreos, gumball favors and candy star lollipops. Oh yeah – I also had found clearance plastic shirt containers and filled them with sixlets for the party. I used my cricut to put the white vinyl stars on them.”
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