I’m smiling from ear to ear over the adorable details displayed in this American Girl Doll Inspired Birthday Party submitted by Alyssa Crocker of Just a little Sparkle!
American Girl Doll Inspired Birthday Party
Featuring a gorgeous dessert table filled with the sweetest desserts, and set up amongst the trees, this party encompasses every bit of magic and fun a little girl would feel while playing with her doll!
The details I simply can’t resist from this charming birthday celebration include:
- An adorable 2-tiered pink + white washed cake
- Super cute sweets + treats i.e. pink mini cakes, covered Oreos, Madeleine cookies, etc.
- Pink monochromatic sweet labels
- Doll house snack + water stand
- Pink watercolor dessert table cover
- Custom plates
- Pink American Girl-inspired gabel favor boxes
- Pink monochromatic bookmarks favors
- Stacked American Girl Books
- Custom party hats for the girls in attendance and their dolls
- And more!
Styling + Printables: Just a little Sparkle
Photography: Mandy Oliver Photography
Doll Shirt + Birthday girl shirt: Greatstitch
Custom Plates: Create UR Plate
Cake: Kima Konfections
Oreos + Cakeballs + Mini cakes + mini cookies: Sweets by Gigi
Macaroons: Lil Darz Sweetz
Madeleines: Sparkling Sweets Boutique
Candy Kabobs: Sweets from Heaven
Cupcakes: Susie Cakes
Chocolate stars: Rosebud Chocolates
Prop Rental Package: Sweet Jelly Parties
Lanterns + Honeycombs + Paper Straws: Just Artifacts
Pink Watercolor linen: QTsPrettyLilThings
American Girl Doll Party Details:
This is what Alyssa shared about the party- “This was for my daughter’s 7th Birthday and she is really into American Girl dolls. So with keeping to what she likes, we went with the Dollie and Me theme. I pulled coloring in from the American Girl brand, but added some blue (that’s her favorite color).
I didn’t want to have just all dessert for the kids, so I set up a snack section. I set up this doll house. I embellished it to have it coordinate with the theme, added the water bottles, gold fish and fruit cups. By the way, goldfish came out with some pink ones, called “Princess” so these were perfect for the colors of the party!
Each child had their own place setting. Plates, Party hats and necklaces were waiting for each kid. I made party hats using the Silhouette Machine. I also purchase these clear plastic sleeves to add a fun element for the necklaces. I covered the ends with some tissue fringe and a star. It was an easy and inexpensive party favor.
For the favors, I made each child’s doll a tutu and party hat. The tutus were put into tiny gable boxes. I designed a favor tag, cut a star out and added those to the outside. I also made bookmarks. I laminated those and set them up in a pretty vase. Note, I don’t have a laminating machine and found “Self laminating” sheets at a local office store. They were great for these bookmarks.”
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