I am in the process of moving some of my favorite posts (like my daughter’s Pinkalicious Birthday party!) from my old blog to this one. So here is a favorite one from the archives!

Pinkalicious Birthday Party

We are huge fans of Pinkalicious in this house, so naturally a Pinkalicious birthday party was fitting for my daughter’s third birthday.

If you aren’t familiar with the story, Pinkalicious eats too many pink cupcakes and turns pink.  The only way to be herself again is to eat a steady diet of green food (yuck)!

We also wanted to incorporate her unicorn, Goldilicious, so KJM Equestrian was a natural location.  They have a great outdoor playground area for the kids and the rental included an hour of pony rides! I love locations that have tons of activities for kids. Mine need love to run around, so it’s a total win.

Meeting Cuddly, the pony.

And this guy is the biggest animal lover EVER!!! He fussed when he had to get off and did a little pony ride, too!

Pinkalicious Party Details

I made the invite and banner myself with the Pinkalicious artwork provided on the Pinkalicious site. (See info below.)


I had the centerpieces do double duty as favors. The cookies looked like Pinkalicious’s wand (I mean so cute, right?).

My daughter is OBSESSED with these plates (they are actually paint palettes!) from Oriental Trading.  We have used them at every single birthday since this one.

Cupcake Tray

I just used store bought cupcakes and then bought candy/sprinkles for the kids to decorate them. Huge hit.

We served pink lemonade out of glass milk bottles (also from Oriental Trading). What I loved about these is that they also come with a clear lid. Because you know I am all about sanitation. Ha!

She really had the best day!


Party location – KJM Equestrian

Plates – Oriental Trading

Glass Bottles – Oriental Trading

Cookie favors (Pinkalicious’ wand) and centerpieces (I love double duty!) – OKCookieMomster (delish) My mom painted the pots for me, I printed out pics from the Pinkalicious site and then bought the cookies wrapped up to look like Pinkalicious’ wand and just inserted them into floral foam.

Cupcakes – Reasors (30 for $20 – can’t beat that price!)

Banner – The Pinkalicious site has lots of really cute printables, party supplies and games. I just blew up a poster that was on the site and put it on banner paper.

The weather was perfect and we couldn’t have had a better day celebrating our sweet girl with all of her friends!

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2 thoughts on “Pinkalicious Birthday Party”

  1. Can u personalize your pinkalicious invitefor me? I don’t know how to do it. How much for just a digital image? Thanks!

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