This fabulous PRINCESS PEPPA’S PICNIC PARTY was submitted by Justine Oh of Pretty Little Vintage.
What a cute party theme! I especially love the soft color pallet used in this party; it’s so fitting for a little girl turning two! I also love the cute puzzle invitation; it’s so fun! This party has so many cute ideas that would be perfect for a Peppa Pig party or just a regular picnic.
The Princess Peppa’s Picnic party ideas and elements that I like best from this darling second birthday celebration are:
- The darling Peppa Pig puzzle invitation
- The Peppa Pig cake
- The cute Peppa Pig banner
- The fun Peppa Pig sandwiches
- The chalkboaord signs
- The mason jars used as flower vases
- The cute Princess Peppa gable boxes
- and MORE!
Styling, Prop hire & Printables: PLV
Photography: Shawn Litruthe
Cake: Glorious Delights
Peppa Macarons: Crumbs by Aleena
Cookies: Baked by Belle
3D cupcakes: Jenny Lee
Mini cupcakes & Tarts: The Cake Box Lalor
“As with most 2 year olds, Jacqueline absolutely adores Peppa and loves going to the park so a Peppa Pig styled picnic was the perfect way to celebrate her 2nd birthday amongst family and friends.
There was no real contigency plan so we were really blessed with perfect picnic weather!
The party was held under a beautiful oak tree at the Heide Museum of Modern Art. When designing her party, I wanted to incorporate hints of gingham to portray a picnic feel and use various elements of the cartoon whilst maintaining a pastel and pretty style.
I designed all of the printables myself including the personalised gable box resembling Peppa’s house.
The party featured a vintage dresser Peppa pig dessert table, vintage drink cart station, a savouries picnic buffet, a kid’s picnic table and a Peppa & Friends kids pavillion play area.
Kid’s Picnic table:
True to every PLV styled party, we setup a kid’s picnic table using milk crates and a wooden board which featured a “Muddy Puddle” gumboot centrepiece. Each kid had a personalised “Peppa’s house” gable box to take home, placed on colouring sheet placeholders. The table was adorned with crayons and mini Peppa Pig books to keep the kids entertained.
Peppa & Friends Pavillion:
I fell in love with the Pavillion when I saw it online (Win Green) and thought it made a perfect picnic play area for the kids. This was also a birthday gift for our little one, something she will grow up with for the years to come.
For her invites, I wanted to incorporate one of Jacqueline’s favourite things- Puzzles! So I decided to print them as toddler sized puzzles, I was delighted to find a company in Australia that made personalised 9-piece wooden puzzles and I was so pleased how they turned out to be, especially loved giving these out to her friends who enjoyed putting them together.
Dessert table and menu:
Desserts included a delicious two tier Peppa pig citrus cake, hand piped Peppa-shaped macarons that were as delicious as they looked, 2D Peppa & friends white chocolate cupcakes, mini vanilla cupcakes, candy, chocolate coins and Peppa pig iced biscuits.
For savouries, we served an array of sandwiches, Cafe Vue picnic lunch boxes, fruit platters, bread and more. A basket of red apples resembled “Grandpa Pig’s orchard apples” and a bunting of cartoon scenes from the show adorned the table.
We ordered a personalised “Peppa goes to Jacqueline’s birthday party” book and used that as a guest signature book. It’s her favourite book at the moment!”
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