Party Recap

My daughter picked this theme from a Zebra hairbow that I made her. She loves the Zebra design and she also loves Barbie. I spent a month and a half researching ideas and this is how it turned out. Enjoy!


Party Highlights

  • Best Dressed

    All the kids came in pink or zebra print.

  • Desserts

    Cake and Candy from the Pinata.

  • Activities / Games

    The Girls arrived and we first painted their nails a base color(pink, blue or white) and used a nail design kit to paint stripes on their nails to look like Zebra nails. I printed out Barbie and Zebra silhouettes and the kids decorated them using crayons, glitter glue, feather, pipe cleaners water color paint and sequins. "Pin the tail" on the Zebra. I traced and then hand painted the Zebra and baby. The tails were made of ribbon and stuck to the paper using double stick tape.

  • Budget

    I would say the budget in unknown. I bought here and there, but I did a lot of the construction myself.

  • Party Favors

    Silhouette Christmas ornaments, Bows, Barbie pencils and a bag full of candy from the Pinata.

  • Best Moment

    My little girl and her friends having such a good time!

  • What People Ate

    Pizza was ordered. Fruit and Veggie trays and Chips.

  • What People Drank

    Soda, Juice and water

  • Most Touching Moment

    After the party, her thanking me for doing so much hard work.

  • Funniest Moment

    The poses the girls made in the Barbie box.



  • Wonderland Party Props

    Wonderland Party Props wrote:

    This is the best most creative barbie photo booth I have seen. I LOVE IT ! Great job :)

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    Jenny B wrote:

    Hi. May I ask how did you made this? What are the materials and how you build it? Thanks.

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    Jennifer C wrote:

    my blog has some details about the box. Partyplannerjen.blogspot.com I used a large cardboard box and cut it into the shape of the opening in the front. I then taped it really good. Covered it in thick pink wrapping paper and you can modge podge the clip art to the front. Zebra wrapping paper for the back.

  • Keanna T

    Keanna T wrote:

    Looooooovvvvvveeee this. Where did u find such a large box?? Possibly a refrigerator box?? How to make it sturdy?

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    Jennifer C wrote:

    I found this box at work. It was hard to get into my car. I had to fully flatten it. I used a lot of clear box tape. I cover the box in thick pink wrapping paper found at Hobby Lobby. For more info visit: partyplannerjen.blogspot.com Thanks, Jen