Hee hee oink oink. Everyone loves muddy puddles and everyone loves Peppa Pig, especially our Barrett!
So when it came time to plan her third birthday party, we had our theme ready. Erica Pye of Pye Papers put ideas to paper designing the cutest invitation to set the tone and color scheme for the event. She also made coordinating favor tags.
A bouncing party is more elevated with the white bounce house from Cola Bounce House creating a blank slate to add your own creativity. A whimsical and colorful balloon arch by Rainbows and Sprinkles was the perfect addition to make our Peppa party come alive.
Since Eloise’s first birthday Wright Lettering Co. has created delightful welcome signs for our birthday parties using the invitation and theme as a guide.
Bouncing was certainly the highlight of the party for Barrett and her friends, and we also offered some Peppa themed crafts and activities.
Flower arrangements by Cola Blooms accented our pink topped tables along with piggy headbands and Peppa wands. I was so excited to find a wellies vase to tie into our theme.
The menu was simple since it was an early party, pb&j pinwheel sandwiches, fruit kebabs, snacks, muddy puddle cups of dirt and piggy pink lemonade.
The birthday cake by Cake LAB was a showstopper and delicious as it was beautiful. Everyone also enjoyed the Peppa cookies.
It was a lovely morning full of giggles, jumping and sweets. Three is such a magical age where little ones are coming into their own, and we can’t wait to see the big things that our spunky little sister will do this year.