Party Recap

This game is a favorite in our house, and it lends itself to a really fun party theme. We had a Candy Buffet table, Gingerbread House Decorating, and made a Candy Castle out of an old refridgerator box that the children decorated. Candyland board games were on all the tables as centerpieces for the grown ups. We were able to make a candyland themed pinata by taping an uninflated mylar balloon to a plain pinata.


Party Highlights

  • Activities / Games

    Gingerbread House Decorating, Pinata, Decorating a Giant Candy Castle (fridge box)

  • Party Favors

    Candy Rings, Bubble Gum Lip Gloss

  • What People Ate

    Sandwiches, Fruit, and lots of CANDY!!!

  • Budget

    A great tip - purchase pre assembled gingerbread house kits after christmas (we didn't plan on eating ours, just using as an activity)


Party Helpers



  • no photo

    Steph G wrote:

    love this cake!! did you make it?

  • Heather T

    Heather T wrote:

    thanks Stephanie, my sister made it. Her website is listed on the main party page for this party.

  • no photo

    Steph G wrote:


  • Stephanie S

    Stephanie S wrote:

    where did u get these

  • Heather T

    Heather T wrote:

    Hi Stephanie, I found this set on ebay. It came with 4 cushion seats and the inflatable game board.

  • Heather L

    Heather L wrote:

    Love these... I have alot of work to get done for my daughters 1st bday in dec:)

  • no photo

    Ashley A wrote:

    These are soo cute!!! Where did u get them?!

  • no photo

    Ashley A wrote:

    Where did u get the gingerbread balloon??

  • no photo

    Michelle C wrote:

    DO you happen to still have this? Would you be interested in selling it? I am looking for some gently used Candyland decorations for my twins birthday party. Thanks.

  • Amy A

    Amy A wrote:

    I'm searching to buy this inflatable game too. Amy leads would be great! Amy