Thursday, February 27, 2014


Here is the second part of my little doll's Lalaloopsy Birthday Party.  This nice big banner came with the backdrop.  I hung it on the wall so everyone saw it when they came in.

The livingroom was done all in Lalaloopsy Buttons, they were my daughter-in-laws idea.  Colourful paper plates from the Dollar Store and construction paper for the dots.  I put them everywhere and what a great, inexpensive way to decorate.  The Happy Birthday Banner was from the local Party Store.

I found some really cute Lalaloopsy twirly things to hang from the ceiling and of course balloons.  It is hard to tell but there are 12 helium balloons floating on the cieling.

We had one large very special balloon just for the Birthday Girl.  I think every child held that balloon at one time or another through the day including our little baby Sebastian with the help of his Pa.


The sweets table turned out really nice.  I loved making the Button Cookies, the dough resembled Play Dough, there were not too sweet because they were made with cream cheese as well as butter.  I had Lalaloopsy Confetti, which I am still picking up.  I got some cute Valentine Jelly Beans and decorated the containers with Lalaloopsy stickers.  Unbelievable one whole jar got eaten the other one is doing double duty at the Girls Night Out Fundraiser for Rescue Dogs Match on Saturday.  Whoever gets closest to the count wins.  The Cupcakes were cute with Rice Paper Lalaloopsy transfers.  I don't know if I would use them again you put them on wet, soft icing and they are suppose to soften but my stiffened and curled but they still looked cut.

It was a lot of fun putting this party together but the best part was seeing the smile on my little sweethearts face when she came through the door.


  1. OMG... your decorations and goodies are amazing. I love it all. I have been looking at that doll and I just might have to buy one for myself. A great character.
    Should be fun to draw. I hope the party goes well. It should with all you've put into this. Happy Birthday to the birthday girl.

  2. WOW!!! So the last post was only a tease to this super mega blow-out? I think you really have a calling here. Seriously. This is truly gorgeous and so creative, Sue. I LOVE LOVE LOVE it. Warmest hugs, Mina

  3. Absolutely amazing LaLa party!!
    It reminded me of all the different themed birthday parties I had growing up.
    Thanks so much

  4. Thankful to you for sharing these photographs of this birthday bash! Will like to use these ideas for my niece’s birthday party. Last year we had celebrated her birthday at a destination event venue Chicago but this year planning to arrange it in our backyard.