So another year has gone by and it's time to start planning her next party.
How about a Hello Kitty birthday party? This is a tried and true favorite, and
we get so many requests for a Hello Kitty tutu and top outfit. I remember as
a kid being obsessed with Hello Kitty. If I had been given a Hello Kitty party,
I would have probably really freaked out. Decades later, I'm surprised
how much little girls still love her and that the fad hasn't worn off.
There are actually quite a few variations to the iconic Hello Kitty this day
and age. I've seen her with different colored hair bows, eye glasses, flower
in lieu of bow, etc. I think if you want to keep the party's colors uniform,
you'd be safe with using white and pink, or white, pink and red as the main
Here are 5 Hello Kitty Parties for Girls I've found that will rock
1. Our friends over at Bird's Party have a great blog post about this super
cool Hello Kitty inspired party. I couldn't help but initially being drawn the
tutu table skirt for the cake. Simply attach a white tutu to a cake stand and
tie a pretty red ribbon around the top or you can hot glue a ribbon in place
if need be. Bird's Party also offers some pretty awesome party printables, including
labels and food tags that will really make the tablescape come to life. Your
little party guests will love reading all the labeled goodies on the table.
2. MKR Creations created a fabulous Hello Kitty party including the rice krispies,
marshallow and cake pops, chocolate covered caramel apples, goody bags and printed
3. I’m loving the party Frosted Events created for this theme. Aren’t
those cake pops incredible?
4. “Hello Hazel” from Catch My Party put together probably one
of the most stunning Hello Kitty parties I’ve seen. I love how she put
the unexpected blue into the theme, and those floating tissue pom poms are divine!
5. Simply Iced C put a different twist on Hello Kitty with colors in pastel
pink and yellow. Again, a bit unexpected but I simply adore this look. It’s
really light and airy and would be super sweet for a spring or summer party
or even a first birthday. I can see the birthday girl sporting a ballet pink
and lemon yellow tutu – oooh so pretty!
It's easy to tell how much attention to detail was put into all the lovely
parties. I think first things first... pick a color theme or certain look you're
going for (light and airy, bold and modern, or classic and traditional). Once
you get that part figured out, start looking around the internet for ideas.
Pinterest is a great site to look at for party ideas. Gather up all your supplies,
including plates, dishes, cake plates, etc. that will enhance the party. Don't
forgot to dress up the main table to display all the goodies, including some great printables that will show all your guests how much
thought was put into the party planning.
Then comes her outfit - a Hello
Kitty top and tutu
would be ideal or a nice skirt. Take lots of pictures before the party starts
when everything is neat and perfectly arranged, and when your girl is totally
clean and manicured. When the guests arrive, relax and have fun. Be prepared
to get loads of compliments on all your hard work. Then you'll know how much
everything paid off.