This is our sweet version of a slumber party, without the sleepover! Rise and shine, it's do-nut time...just come in your pj's!
What People Ate
We had an array of glazed, chocolate iced and assorted do-nuts. Plus a jar full of do-nut holes! Bacon, sausage, and a fresh fruit tray were served as well.
What People Drank
Our drink station had milk, chocolate milk, and juice. And coffee for the grown ups!
The cake was a bundt cake, decorated to look like a do-nut with pink icing and sprinkles.
Kiddos took home a goodie box filled with surprises, like a donut yoyo, an inflatable donut and sixlet candies (since they look like giant sprinkles).
Activities / Games
For games and activities, we tried to stick with traditional slumber party games, made age appropriate for a younger group. We did Mad Libs, played "spin the bottle of nail polish," made sprinkle playdough, and took pics in the "donut shoppe" and giant inflatable donut. We really had fun with balloon pop truth or dare! Each balloon had a piece of paper inside it, one side truth, and the other side dare. Before you pop your balloon, choose truth or dare. Pop the balloon and see what it says! From doing the chicken dance to admitting if you're afraid of the dark, the game was lots of silly fun!
Shooting Star Parties
Do-nut invitations and cutout donut banner came from Shooting Star Parties at https://www.etsy.com/shop/ShootingStarsParties
Cherry Bon Bon Designs
Fabric garland, water bottle labels, favor tags, and other printables are available at Cherry Bon Bon Designs at https://www.etsy.com/shop/CherryBonBonDesigns