Recipe for one glamorous slumber party:
(7) great girls
(7) super cute matching tees
(1) "bed" table trimmed in hot pink, B&W, and zebra print
(1) karaoke machine w/fab "tween" pop tunes
(1) great mom to run the show!
Add in some boas, feathers, tull pom poms, glow-in-the-dark bracelets, pizza, and cake.
Mix together with giggles, fun, and games!
(Recipe guaranteed to make one night of fabulous fun! Sleep optional.)
Wish I could have attended this one! This job was just a design and set up for me, as I was on vacation the date of the party. So I set up the week before the party and photographed some of the details. The birthday girl thanked me about 10 times and said it was going to be her best birthday ever. Can't ask for a better compliment than that!
Milk bottles get a kick with striped paper straws from Greenmunch. Ribbon wrapped napkins were personalized with cute stickers from Chickabug.
Glama Pajama Party take home goodies! I had these tee shirts custom made by a great local place called ES Printwear. Thanks, Tricia, for such a great job!
Hand made tull pom pom and feather centerpieces adorned the table.
My inspiration for the bed table came from a few really cute ones I saw on Hostess With The Mostess. I just LOVE what they did and had to try it myself! Found this gorgeous twin head board and foot board at a local thrift store. Painted it, clamped it on my table, and TA-DA! Instant "bed". A fun table setting for any pajama or slumber party!
Bought zebra and hot pink bedding to make table cloths and matching pillow.
Zebra bunting and pom poms for the windows.
Continued the theme in the bedroom where the girls would be sleeping, too. I brought some extra pillow cases (some hot pink and some zebra) and zebra paper lanterns. I also set up a craft table in there with supplies to make their own pillow cases out of plain white pillow cases, stencils, & fabric markers.
I understand the karaoke machine was a big hit! There were plenty of water bottles on hand in case the rock stars got thirsty!
Bean bag chairs were set out for the girls in the "audience". Also made for a great chill-out area.
To make the water bottle labels, I wrapped zebra duct tape around them, then added cute custom stickers made by Heather over at Chickabug. I can't take credit for this fab idea. Found it here on Creative Party Buzz. Such a great idea!
A fun and glamorous night for 7 awesome girls. I understand it was a rockin' good time! So glad it was a great party for you, Sophia! You deserve it, ROCK STAR! :-)
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Custom stickers: Chickabug
Paper Straws: Greenmunch
Custom Tees: ES Printwear