When Stella told me she wanted a PJ party for her 5th birthday theme, I was SO excited. I totally thought she would've chosen a Frozen theme. My little girl has quite the sweet tooth, so I thought an Eat Cake for Breakfast theme was perfect!
I wanted our guests to feel they were floating in the clouds while wearing their comfiest pjs and eating lots of cake! We worked with a few amazing vendors for her party - Party et Cie, The Petite Party, The Sweetest Thing, Honeydoll Bakehouse and Yellow Cup Cafe. They all helped bring my vision to life and I'm excited to finally share it with you.
First things first, the balloon garland. I just love how much va va voom they add to any event. The Sweetest Thing did such a wonderful job with our balloons. I love how the colour palette matches all the iridescent details perfectly. We hung the garland over the island and used this space as a sweet table, as it's a focal point in our home. I printed the Eat Cake for Breakfast sign myself and framed it in an old frame I had at home.
We use Honeydoll Bakehouse for all of our events, and she never disappoints. She made us a pancake cake, with a buttercream and strawberry filling. Not only was it DELISH, she also nailed the colour of each layer! Her sugar cookies are my fav, especially the adorable eye masks. We had our parents over in the evening for birthday cake #2, which was a pink ombre sprinkle surprise cake. I didn't get a chance to snap a photo of the sprinkles inside, but it was a party favourite!
Now, lets talk about the party rentals - how stinking cute?! The white farmhouse table and acrylic chairs, as well as "Stella's Breakfast Bar" were supplied by The Petite Party. If you haven't already checked out their Insta, you need to - they know how to throw an epic kids party! We dressed the table with all the prettiest things from Party et Cie. I still can't get enough of the little star napkins with eyelids, and Stella LOVED all the iridescent details. I also love how the pink cutlery is reusable!
Aside from a delicious pancake cake, we also had a waffle bar, which I forgot to photograph, but check out the cute chef! Other breakfast favourites, such as croissants, bagels and yogurts, were provided by Yellow Cup Cafe and served on the breakfast bar. In the evening we hosted our parents for "party #2" and we transformed the breakfast bar into a sweet table.
Lastly, the entertainment! The kids loved the manicure and tattoo station. I also purchased white pillow cases for each child to decorate using these fabric markers. To top it all off we had a rainbow piñata filled with tons of goodies, such as poppers and squishies. The children went home with a cozy blanket, which I think is perfect considering the theme.
All the details came together perfectly, but most importantly, the birthday girl had the best time! I hope this blog post helps inspire you when planning your little ones birthday - or even your own! I mean how fun would an adult PJ party be?! I can just envision the mimosa bar as I speak.
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Stella's tutu is no longer available. I linked another white tutu above.