White cake with buttercream frosting..um, yes please...
the little teacup and teapot on the cake are from
an antique playset.
My little one got Peppa and
her little brother George for her birthday
each little girl got to have a Peppa Pig of her very own to take home.
Isn't Peppa cute?!
I placed a little chipboard initial on each tag so the girls could keep track of their Peppa Pigs during the party. We couldn't have a bunch of pigs running amuck now could we?
Fresh roses from the garden...in a teapot of course.
These bowls were great to help hold the
little plush bums upright.
Pink lemonade too.
We played a game that involved each of the girls being blindfolded with part of Peppa's body..an eye, her tail, an arm, etc. and they had to put Peppa together.
Here is Peppa BEFORE. I cut her out of construction paper and glued her to a piece of foam board that I purchased at our local discount store.
I used tape on all of the parts that would be taken off and placed back on (like pin the tail on the donkey) and that way each girl could stick her part on Peppa's body form.
Peppa and George joined us.
It was a very fine party indeed.
Happy Birthday to my little darling.
Looking for Peppa Pig items yourself?
You can find the stuffed plush HERE.
and I ordered the little outfit which included
the bow, another bow that you can pin onto a shirt or jacket or use however you like, the shirt and tutu from a very lovely lady on Etsy: